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NRHA on the Air

Posted on Wednesday, June, 22nd 2016
Our Executive Director, John Kownack, and Vice Chair, Don Musacchio, were featured on the Norfolk Perspectives talk show to discuss ongoing initiatives of the authority.
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NRHA Seeks Additional Landlords for Housing Choice Voucher Program

Posted on Tuesday, June, 14th 2016
Interested in renting out a home or apartment? The Housing Choice Voucher program can help you earn market rate rents, plus all potential tenants go through criminal background screening.  Additionally, your property will be inspected yearly as a protection on your investment.
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June Homeownership Event

Posted on Friday, June, 10th 2016
In celebration of Homeownership Month NRHA continued our tradition of sponsoring an annual homeownership event to connect residents with opportunities and resources to achieve homeownership. Last night participants from both our Public Housing and Housing Choice Voucher programs came to Grandy Village Learning Center to learn about Homeownership...
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NRHA Headquarters Moving

Posted on Tuesday, June, 7th 2016
Norfolk, VA (June 7, 2016) – Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority (NRHA) is relocating its headquarters office from 201 Granby St to 555 East Main St, Norfolk, VA effective June 27.  Approximately 120 employees will occupy 42,500 square feet, including the ground floor and top three floors of the building, which is anchored by PNC...

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