We’re proud to partner with Real Life Rentals, Inclusion Saskatchewan and the Canadian Mental Health Association Saskatoon to manage some of the best affordable and supportive independent living rental housing options in Saskatchewan for people with unique housing needs.
Our mission is to help all Canadians find a great home that’s affordable in their community.
Rental demand is increasing across Canada. More people are now renting longer because economic factors and federal rule changes have made it harder for first-time homebuyers to get a mortgage. Our goal is to develop the best affordable rental projects possible in desirable, family-friendly neighbourhoods. We welcome partnerships of all types, including individual, private sector, non-profit and government investment. Together we can deliver healthy, safe and affordable rentals that benefit families in our communities for years to come.
We work with other non-profit organizations to also help tenants with housing challenges that require additional supports and services. Many of the non-profit organizations we partner with have clients in need of affordable housing but have gaps in their ability to plan, finance, build and operate their own affordable housing. We help fill those gaps.
We work with organizations to give them access to units in our own affordable housing projects. This helps ensure people in even greater need of affordable housing can access quality, affordable rentals in safe locations.
Working with the NAHC to support vulnerable individuals through access to our affordable rental housing is easy and has a lower risk than trying to build your own housing. We're always looking for partnerships with other reputable organizations. Contact us for more information.
The National Affordable Housing Corporation (NAHC) is a non-profit organization based in Saskatoon, Sask. We’re part of a network of non-profits across Canada that help communities address affordable housing challenges. We’re proud to help low-to-moderate income individuals, couples and families by building and improving access to good quality affordable housing.