The deals will release £68.7m in Government funding under the Affordable Housing Programme and take the total value of contracts signed so far passed £300m.
Ultimately, 146 housing associations and developers will share funding of £1.8bn to build 80,000 homes.
Accord signed the largest of the funding deals worth £30m to build 1,290 homes in London and a further 172 in the south west.
Also in London, housing association Genesis can now go ahead with plans to build 285 homes after securing its £9.7m funding, while Wandle housing association has secured £6.5m for 320 homes.
The other big deal was signed off with Radian Housing Group’s Wayfarer Partnership for £20.5m to build up to 1,600 homes, mainly in the south west.
Manningham Housing Association will get £2.1m funding for 76 units in the north east for £2.1m, and
the Wirral Partnership Homes will build 400 units in the north west.