P.O. Box 1623
Columbia, SC  29202

Welcome to the

Affordable Housing Coalition

of South Carolina!

The Affordable Housing Coalition of South Carolina is a policy and advocacy group dedicated to the creation, preservation and improvement of affordable/workforce housing for all South Carolinians.  Founded in 1991 as a 501(c)(3) organization, we are the primary advocates for affordable housing for all South Carolina residents, providing a forum for communication, education, and action among our members to create and improve affordable housing for working families, special needs groups, and individuals.  We are the only professional association in South Carolina representing ALL aspects of the affordable/workforce housing industry.  


The AHC of SC is not a direct service provider.  That means we do not lease or sell housing units, provide funds for emergency housing, or assist with down payments.  If you need help in those areas please begin your search at www.schousing.com


SC Housing Profile

Are you looking for South Carolina specific housing information?  This link will provide data on ELI housing in South Carolina.  General housing statistics can be found here.

Year 15 Issues

Do you have a property approaching Year 15?  If so, this article contains a lot of good information on issues to take into consideration.  

NLIHC Is Moving!

NLIHC is moving up the street!  Effective Monday, March 30, the new address will be 1000 Vermont Avenue, NW, Suite 500, Washington, DC 20005. The phone numbers and email addresses will remain the same. Only our street address is changing. If you attempt to reach NLIHC  by phone after hours on Friday, March 27 or over the weekend March 28-29 and experience a problem getting through to leave a message, please try again on the morning of March 30. All systems should be up and running on the Monday, March 30.  

​March 2015 MHTF Developers Survey  

The Midlands Housing Trust Fund periodically surveys developers to determine how much demand exists for its affordable housing loan products and what affordable housing development activity is planned in its service area (Calhoun, Fairfield, Kershaw, Lexington, Newberry, Orangeburg, and Richland counties). This particular survey also inquires if there are other counties to which the Midlands Housing Trust Fund should consider expanding its lending activities.
The MHTF  would be grateful if you would complete the survey available at:



The 2015 Palmetto Affordable Housing Forum will be April 21 and 22 at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center.  If you are interested in being a sponsor or exhibitor, please click here for the sponsorship brochure.   Please go to our 2015 PAHF page for set up and event details for exhibitors and sponsors.

To register as an attendee, please go to www.schousingforum.com