Neighborhood Housing Corporation Of Greenville

Low Income Housing
Greenville, SC
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P.O. Box 10763
Greenville, SC - 29603

864-235-9399 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one Website

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About Neighborhood Housing Corporation Of Greenville



Neighborhood Housing Corporation Of Greenville Is A Nonprofit Organization Which Was Founded In 1989 To Provide Affordable New Housing For Low To Moderate Income Families In Greenville County.

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