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Physical Address:

 

825 NE 20th Ave, Suite 225, Portland, OR 97232 (map)

(Inside The Oregon Plaza Building)

 

9am-6pm Monday thru Friday

 

Mailing Address:

 

PO Box 11531 Portland, OR 97211

 

Phone: 503-595-3517 Fax: 503-595-3519

 

Email:

 

info@aaah.org

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"Our mission is to increase homeownership and economic stability for

African Americans and other underserved individuals."

PROGRAMS
PRE-PURCHASING
COUNCELING

AAAH is now offering online Homebuyer Education Classes through eHome America

UPCOMING EVENTS

Homeownership Asset Preservation Program Webinar: ESTATE PLANNING 101

June 22 at 6pm, July 27 at 6pm, and August 24 at 12pm

Zoom Registration Link: https://bit.ly/AAAH_EP101

Join AAAH and Commons Law Center to learn about the tools to preserving generational wealth in the African American Community. We'll discuss the basics of Estate Planning (Wills, Trusts, and Powers of Attorneys) and the opportunity available for N/NE Portland residents to receive a Free Estate Plan.

Power to the People Webinar: SOLAR 101 - COSTS AND BENEFITS OF SOLAR

July 7, 2021 at 12pm - 1pm

Zoom Registration Link: https://bit.ly/3gcUKYp

Join AAAH and Solar Oregon to discuss the basics of solar energy. Learn how solar energy can help African American homeowners save on your utility bills, build climate resilience, and promote sustainability within our community. Our Zoom webinar will give you the opportunity to learn how solar energy works and how Power to the People PDX can help you afford solar panel installation for your home.

Power to the People PDX Webinar: IS SOLAR RIGHT FOR ME?

September 1, 2021 at 12pm - 1pm

Zoom Registration Link: https://bit.ly/2Sph87F

Join AAAH and Solar Oregon to discuss if solar energy is right for your home. Learn about the steps you can take today to ensure your home can realize the full benefits of green, solar energy. This workshop will identify and discuss the challenges and opportunities of solar installation unique to the African American homeowner community and how Power to the People PDX can help homeowners plan for an affordable installation project.