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In 1975, the New Mexico State Legislature created the New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority to distribute low interest rate mortgage money to low-and moderate-income families throughout the state. Funds were generated through the sale of tax-exempt mortgage revenue bonds. Through the 80s and early 90s, MFA steadily expanded its financing portfolio from mortgage loans to include down payment assistance, rental housing construction and in-house loan servicing.
In 1997, MFA became the state government’s designated housing agency, bringing all of New Mexico’s housing departments together under one roof. All state and federal housing programs are now administered by MFA, including Section 8 housing and the Department of Energy's weatherization programs. MFA also provides oversight of New Mexico's regional housing authorities.
Today, MFA's staff of 77 provides housing services to approximately 18,000 New Mexico families each year. The agency works with more than 150 agencies to provide affordable housing including nonprofit organizations, governmental entities and tribal communities. MFA also partners with lenders and REALTORS across the state to bring its homeownership programs to New Mexicans.