Phone: (954) 587-0160 Address: 4700 SW 64th Avenue, Suite C, Davie, Florida 33314

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Community Stabilization Initiative
Affordable Housing Options in South Florida
Foreclosure Prevention
Free Foreclosure Prevention Counseling
First Time Homebuyers Club
Free Monthly Meetings for First Time Homebuyers in South Florida
Homes for Sale
Find an Array of Affordable Homes in South Florida
Principal Reduction
Help for homeowners with “underwater” mortgages
Florida's Hardest Hit
Mortgage Assistance for Qualified Homeowners
Our Programs

Crisis Housing Solutions provides a variety of temporary & permanent housing support services in Broward, Palm Beach and Miami-Dade Counties. Whether you are looking for a new home or looking for ways to keep from losing your existing homes, CHS has a variety of programs to help.

Our History

For over 10 years, Crisis Housing Solutions has provided temporary & permanent housing solutions for those made homeless or in danger of becoming homeless due to natural, manmade or economic disasters.

Homes for Sale

Crisis Housing Solutions has teamed with local banks and HUD to rehabilitate foreclosure properties.  The homes are offered exclusively to low- to moderate-income individuals/families at fair market value to help them find an affordable and secure place to call home.

Ways To Give

A donation to Crisis Housing Solutions helps your neighbors in South Florida rebuild after a devastating hurricane, recover from an economic disaster, avoid foreclosure, or fulfill the American dream of home ownership.

In The News

7 Essential Tip for VA Homebuyers

7 Essential Tips for VA Homebuyers

Nov 11 2015

Veterans and military members understand the power of preparation better than most. That’s good news considering most home buyers still lack a solid grasp of what it takes today to land a home loan. VA loans tend to feature more flexible and forgiving requirements than other loan types. But this no-down payment program is alsoREAD MORE

Carpenter Carlos Diaz gets a hug from Lissette Ference and her children Zach, 17, and Alannah, 13. The Ference family’s kitchen cabinets were lowered with help from Wish Book readers. CHARLES TRAINOR JR MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Miami Herald Wish Book: Stories That Open Hearts

Sep 08 2015

This time last year, Traivon Paris was spending his days in his wheelchair in a stiflingly hot Brownsville home — the early and most painful months after a dirt bike accident left him with a traumatic brain injury, barely able to walk and uncertain about his future. Last year, Miami Herald readers gave cash and gifts toREAD MORE

Upcoming Seminars

november, 2015

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18nov6:00 pm- 8:00 pmH2H First Time Homebuyers Club