Fresno Housing Authority director appointed to state housing agency board

Posted by BoNhia Lee on December 26, 2013 

Preston Prince, executive director of the Fresno Housing Authority.

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California Gov. Edmund Brown has appointed the Fresno Housing Authority’s executive director to the California Housing Finance Agency’s board of directors.

Preston Prince, 49, of Fresno has been director of the housing authority since 2007 and was previously director of the Aurora Housing Authority in Colorado. He currently serves as president of the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials.

The housing finance agency provides financial help and administers programs to help low- and moderate-income renters and homeowners across California. It also runs Keep Your Home California, a $2 billion federally funded program that helps people save their homes from foreclosure.

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