North Carolina Indian
Housing Authority

2125 Sapona Rd.
Fayetteville, NC 28312
(910) 483-5073
(800) 619-3339

Making dreams of Home Ownership a reality



Eagles Nest Apartments
Coharie Village
Elliott Properties
Mutual Self Help
Down Payment Assistance
Red Springs Office

Parrish Place

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Eagles Nest Apartments

Eagle Nest Apartment Complex
2200 Indian Creek Road

Fayetteville, NC 28312
Phone :  (910)  483-9562
Fax:       (910)  483-6850

Eagle Nest Apartments are located in Fayetteville, NC and has 40 one-bedroom units,
30 two-bedroom units and 22 three -bedroom units. The complex opened for occupancy
in January 1989.

Site Manager:
Timothy Maynor

Applications Accepted
9:00 a.m. to 12;00 p.m. 

Eagles Nest Application
Documents Required With Completed Application

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Coharie Village Apartments

Coharie Village
610 Royal Lane
Clinton, NC 28328
Phone: (910) 592-1507
Fax:     (910) 592-4619

Coharie Village Apartments are located in Clinton, NC and has
14 –3 bedrooms and 6 –4 bedrooms. Coharie Village was constructed
and opened in 1993.

Site Manager :
Timothy Maynor

Applications Accepted
 Wednesday's Only
 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Coharie Application
Documents Required With Completed Application

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Elliott Properties

Elliott Properties
1019 Elliott Circle
Fayetteville, NC 28301
Phone: (910) 488-1869
Fax:     (910)  488-6149

Elliott Properties Apartments are located in northwest Fayetteville, NC
and has 12 one-bedrooms units and 98 two-bedroom units.

Site Manager:
James Locklear

Applications Accepted:
Monday - Thursday
10:00am to 2:00pm

Elliott Application
Documents Required with Completed Application

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Mutual Self Help Housing Program

The Mutual Self Help Housing Program is about offering home ownership to First Time Homebuyers with low and very low income (80% of the median income or below).  You will need to be credit worthy (credit counseling available), meet USDA-RD loan requirements, and have a reliable source of income.  You will be working with several families helping each other in the process of building each families house.  Participation in the building process is required but no experience necessary.  The program takes hard work, commitment, and willingness to work as a group on each others home.  The best part of the program is your loan payment.  Your loan payment is lower than other home loan payments as it is based on your income and not the current interest rate.  Your lender is the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Housing Service.  The North Carolina Indian Housing Authority is paid through this grant not by you to assist you in loan process, first time home buyers education, the entire construction process itself and post home ownership education to help you keep your home.

Listed below is a link to a  powerpoint of the qualifications for the program and pictures of some of the homes we have built.

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All of our Self Help Houses are ENERGY STAR Qualified
An ENERGY STAR qualified new home performs better for the homeowner and the environment thanks to a variety of energy-efficient features. For details and benefits check out the following links;

        Insulation.pdf        Ductsystems.pdf


The North Carolina Indian Housing Authority does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, familial status, or disability.

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<Authorization to obtain Consumer credit Report >
<Authorization to Release Information>
<Request for Free Annual Credit Report>
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<Subsidy Repayment Fact Sheet>

Down Payment Assistance

This project is sponsored and supported by the North Carolina Housing Finance Agency and provides down payment assistance of 20% up to $25,000 (whichever is less) to low and very-low income families who need extra money to obtain a home mortgage.  The $25,000 is a deferred second mortgage. The minimum loan amount is $7,500. Except for the minumum loan amount requirement all loan amounts should reflect the borrower's actual assistance needed to make the home affordable. All borrowers must invest a minimum of $750.00 of their personal funds into the transaction. In addition, borrowers should have accessible assets equal to one months's total house payment remaining on deposit after loan closing.

The funds received from NCHFA is a deferred 2nd mortgage. After the first mortgage is paid, then you start making payments on the 2nd mortgage. The 2nd mortgage is interest free during the payoff of the 1st mortgage. 

Families must be a first time homebuyer or have not owned a home as their principal residence during the past three years. 

For more information click on the following link:

Red Springs Office
206 East 6th Street
Red Springs, NC 28377
Phone:(910) 843-1398
FAX: (910) 843-1410
The North Carolina Indian Housing Authority has 5 duplexs and 26 houses that are rented out in Red Springs.

Site Manager:
Chad Harris

Office hours in Red Springs
Monday's, Wednesday's & Friday's from 8:30 a.m.-5:00p.m.

Applications accepted:
Monday's, Wednesday's and Friday's from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Redsprings Rental Application
Documents Required With Completed Application


Parrish Place
Parish Place is located in Red Springs, NC
These apartments for handicapped or disabled applicants only.
The North Carolina Indian Housing Authority is not responsible for the selection of these applicants. Outside agencies maintain the waiting lists and help determine the selection of the applicants.


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