2022 Year in Review: Highlighting Accomplishments

January 4, 2023

Today, we are releasing our 2022 Year in Review — outlining our noteworthy accomplishments this year. 

It was a banner year for the Louisiana Housing Corporation. Our dedicated team of 145 public servants pressed forward in our mission to provide safe, affordable, energy-efficient housing for all Louisianans. Their dedication and collaboration created housing that supported economic development, more job opportunities, and strengthened our communities.

I am proud of our team’s accomplishments this year and look forward to supporting new homeowners, funding multifamily projects, and developing more affordable housing units in 2023. Through transparency, accountability, competency, and productivity, we are building this corporation with resilience by implementing our strategic plan, increasing partnerships, expanding housing stock in rural communities, and much more.

Scroll down to watch a recap of this year's accomplishments and view our highlights by the numbers. 

A Message from Executive Director, Joshua G. Hollins:

HubSpot Video



Homeownership Stats:


New Homeowners 


New Loans 


Certified First-Time Homebuyers 


Real Estate Professionals in Continuing Education


Low-Income Housing Development Stats:


Low-Income Housing Tax Credits


Affordable Housing Developments


New Units into Commerce Statewide


New Affordable Housing Units


Rural Housing Development Stats:


Invested in Rural Louisiana Communities


 Housing Developments


Energy ASSISTANCE Stats:


Distributed in Heating & Cooling Benefits


households statewide


Homelessness Stats:


Housing vouchers


Households Provided Rental Assistance


Individuals in Emergency Shelters


Disaster Recovery Stats:


Created a Disaster Recovery Unit to Assist Louisianans Impacted By Natural Disasters


Disaster Recovery Funds Released for Parishes Impacted By Hurricanes Laura and Delta


Completed Louisiana's First Fortified Design Projects:

  • Bottle Art Lofts Phase II in Lafayette Parish
  • The Burrow in Tangipahoa Parish,
  • Byers Estates V in Ouachita Parish
  • Hammond Station Apartments in Tangipahoa Parish
  • The Lemann Building in Ascension Parish
  • Mabry Place Townhomes in Tangipahoa Parish
  • Les Maisons de Bayou in Lafourche Parish
  • The Reserve at Juban Lakes in Livingston Parish


LHC POlicy:

  • Created a Developer Assistance Plan to Navigate Inflation, Fluctuating Interest Rates, and Rising Insurance Costs
  • Developed New Code of Ethics and Sexual Harassment Policies


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