National Affordable Housing Trust (“NAHT”) was founded in 1986 by two non-profit housing providers, National Church Residences and Retirement Housing Foundation. Both organizations were interested in working with a financial intermediary that understood and focused on the mission and needs of non-profit housing developers, owners and operators.
With additional financial support provided by the Ford Foundation, NAHT was formed as a member-based organization with the sole purpose of providing member partners with the capital and development expertise necessary to support their affordable housing missions.
NAHT has provided more than $1 Billion in investment equity to help create and preserve more than 18,000 places for seniors and families to call home.
NAHT is an affiliate of Stewards for Affordable Housing for the Future (“SAHF”) and provides Low Income Housing Tax Credit equity to all eleven of SAHF's members: BRIDGE Housing Corporation, The Community Builders, The Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society, Homes for America, Mercy Housing, National Church Residences, National Housing Trust, NHP Foundation, Preservation of Affordable Housing, Retirement Housing Foundation and Volunteers of America.