Greenville News article — Greenville Housing Fund to allocate $4 million to housing for service, health care workers

The Greenville News has published an article about a new “impact fund” from the Greenville Housing Fund, $4 million in private investment dollars that will contribute towards workforce housing in the Upstate.

“The impact fund is designed to help service and health care workers find affordable housing, said Bryan Brown, GHF president and CEO.

This sector of renters includes households making between 50% and 80% of Greenville County’s area median income, which according to the latest U.S. Census data is about $60,000.”

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Photo copyright: Genna Contino, The Greenville News

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