Central Virginia Housing started in August of 1988 when a group of resolute individuals decided there was a need for a fund to help those that were residing in hotels/motels and struggling financially and could not save enough money to get the security deposit they needed to rent a permanent house or apartment. For 35 years Central Virginia Housing has been dedicated to the mission of affordable housing.
Our mission and service to our community
Central Virginia Housing improves the regional quality of life by providing affordable housing opportunities through coalition, education, counseling, and financial assistance.
Central Virginia Housing’s mission-focused team
- Certified HUD Counselor on staff providing one on one counseling and classes
- Virginia Housing services over 1,900 HCVP participants in our region
- Central Virginia Housing owns and manages affordable rental property portfolio with over sixty-five units offered at below market rental rates
- Working closely with other nonprofits in our region to better support the affordable housing needs of our communities
Communities we serve
Central Virginia Housing is 501c (3) non-profit organization servicing planning district 16 Stafford, Spotsylvania Fredericksburg, King George, Caroline, and Fauquier Counties
More About Central Virginia Housing
HUD Certified Housing Counseling Department
Central Virginia Housing has an active HUD Certified Housing Counseling Department primarily funded by a Housing Counseling Grant through Virginia Housing and HUD. This Department offers the first time Homebuyer Education Class, Financial Stability classes and provides free housing counseling services to individuals/families within the community.
Virginia Housing Administration of HCVP
Currently Central Virginia Housing department administers almost 2000 vouchers and employs 11 HCVP full time Agents and three full time HQS inspectors. In 2021 we took over more vouchers in Fauquier County & the City of Culpeper. We opened our Remington office on a full-time basis with two Housing Agents.
Key Central Virginia Housing Property Projects
Central Virginia Housing purchased an old apartment building at the corner of Dixon and Charles Street–Colonial Heights Apartments in downtown Fredericksburg. The scope of the project was a renovation of the existing apartment building, and new construction to add additional affordable apartment capacity. Due to the renovation and construction five of the apartments are now ADA accessible units. There is a total of fourteen units offered at below market rent. As a Tax Credit project combining renovation/new construction, this was made possible with a construction loan through PNC Bank and permanent financing through VH and DHCD. Virginia Community Development Corporation (VCDC) assisted with the Tax Credit portion of the process.
We proudly serve the City of Fredericksburg and the counties of Caroline, King George, Spotsylvania, and Stafford.
2300 Charles St.
Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Hours of operation:
Monday - Thursday: 7:30am-4:30pm
Closed for lunch between 12:00pm-1:00pm