1 Affordable Housing as a Tool for Community Development and Revitalization JENNIFER L. MILLIKEN, AICP APA-INDIANA OCTOBER 20, 2011
2 Summary Want to make a tangible difference in your community? Wishing someone would fix up that old building downtown? Affordable housing can be a catalyst in community development and revitalization, and your city or town can play a role. Learn about projects funded by the State Housing Authority and proven partnerships including local units of government.
3 Learning Objectives 1. Recognize the role of the State housing authority in bringing affordable housing to Indiana communities, including the types of projects funded and the strategic funding priorities of the agency. 2. Understand the roles that cities and towns can play in affordable housing development, and different structures for partnerships between public, not-for-profit, and for-profit organizations. 3. Generate ideas for how affordable housing development can help spark community development and revitalization efforts in their communities.
4 Presentation Outline 1. Role of the State housing authority. 2. Example of projects with significant Local Government participation. 3. Benefits and Challenges 4. Next Steps
5 Part 1: Role of the State Housing Authority
6 Part 1: Overview IHCDA Overview Types of Projects Funded Strategic Investment Priorities of the Agency Available Funding Sources Eligible Costs
7 Framework: National Affordable Housing Policy Federal Role Makes programs/funding available; administers some programs (HUD). State Role Allocates funding/administers programs (IHCDA).
8 IHCDA Major Functions
9 Affordable Housing Programs for Real Estate Development Rental Housing New Construction & Rehab Home Ownership New Construction & Buy/Rehab/Resell Owner-Occupied Rehabilitation LIHTC HOME CDBG
10 Examples of Rental Housing (Attached)
11 Examples of Rental Housing (Detached)
12 Example of Ownership New Construction (Habitat)
13 Example of Owner-Occupied Rehab
14 LIHTC U.S. Dept. of Treasury gives each state authority to allocate a set amount in tax credits each year. Indiana 2012 is $14,000,000 The credit is good for 10 years, projects must be sustained for 15 years. In 2012 IHCDA will allocate the $14,000,000 among approx. 20 approx. $700,000 each. Since it s good for 10 years, it s worth $700,000 x 10 or $7,000,000. The project developers will then sell the tax credit to investors at approx. 80 cents on the dollar, thereby generating $5,600,000 in equity to construct the project.
15 LIHTC Within a project, at least 40% of the apartments or homes must be rented to households making less than 60% of the Area Median Income (AMI). Must follow established maximum rents per income level. Projects must meet the requirements of the state s Qualified Allocation Plan (QAP), including threshold requirements and competitive scoring. State s QAP is our way to set policy regarding affordability, clients served, and sustainability. Also require a market study and must pass our financial analysis.
16 IHCDA s Strategic Investment Process IHCDA allocates our other funding sources (HOME, CDBG, Development Fund) through the SIP. Types of projects include rental housing (new & rehab), home ownership (new & buy/rehab/resell) and owneroccupied rehab. Priorities are: Aging in Place Ending Homelessness Comprehensive Community Development High Performance Building Some limited ability to fund non-housing components of projects that meet our priorities.
17 Comprehensive Community Development: City of New Albany
18 Aging in Place: The Villas of Guerin Woods
19 Ending Homelessness: Middle Way House (adaptive reuse)
20 High Performance Building: 16 Park, Indianapolis
21 HOME & CDBG HOME - Home Investments Partnership Program - $ granted from HUD directly to IHCDA based on state formula allocation. Larger cities are also Participating Jurisdictions. CDBG Community Development Block grant - $ granted from HUD to states based on state formula allocation. In Indiana, CDBG $ goes to the Office of Community & Rural Affairs (OCRA), who grants a portion of it for housing to IHCDA, and keeps the rest to do infrastructure and economic development projects. Larger cities are also CDBG Entitlement Communities.
22 HOME & CDBG HOME - Can make grants or no/low-interest loans to local governments, non-profits, and for-profit developers. CDBG Local governments only, except for our disaster allocation. Amount and type of funding depends on type of organization and financial analysis. Apartments or homes must be occupied by households making less than 60% AMI for HOME or 80% AMI for CDBG (preference for lower income levels). Must follow established maximum rents per income level. IHCDA can set policy by creating additional requirements
23 Stellar Communities Program First of its kind collaboration between: Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA) Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) Objectives: Stellar Communities embodies collaborative government partnerships to successfully leverage state and federal funding from multiple agencies to undertake large-scale comprehensive community revitalization projects. Through this program, Indiana is achieving more with combined resources, making an enduring impact on communities. Timeline: Year one projects are coming online Shovels will hit the ground in the Spring of 2012 Year two projects are in preliminary review A second round of Stellar Communities is planned for Winter/Spring 2012
24 Eligible Expenses Land Acquisition Demolition Rehabilitation/New Construction Administration/Program Delivery/Developer Fees
25 Part 2: Example of Projects with Significant Local Government Participation
26 Town of Walkerton Orchard Park (Walkterton Sr. Hsg.)/HOME/2008 Subgrantee Flaherty & Collins Consultant Housing Assistance Office Homebuyer Rehab/HOME/2009 Subgrantee HAO West York Redevelopment/LIHTC/2010 Grantee Town of Walkerton Owner - West York Redevelopment LP Consultant Neighborhood Development Associates NSP Projects
27 Walkerton NSP Example
28 Town of Paoli OOR/CDBG/2009 College Hill Apts./NSP & HOME/2009 Homebuyer Rehab/NSP & HOME/2009 Comprehensive Revitalization Project/Multiple Funding Sources/Pending Private LIHTC Projects
29 Collage Hill Apartments, Paoli For more info see:
30 City of Washington Rental Rehab/CDBG/2005 OOR/CDBG/2011 NSP Private LIHTC Projects For more info see:
31 Other Linton OOR/CDBG & HOME/2003, 2007, 2009 NORC Project Crothersville OOR/CDBG/2001, 2011 New Albany OOR/CDBG & HOME/2000, 2003, 2011 NSP Projects NAHA Projects
32 North Vernon North Vernon Sr. Citizen Housing/Rental Rehab/CDBG/2002 OOR/CDBG/2008 & 2009 Stellar Communities/multiple projects & funding sources/2011 For more info:
33 City of North Vernon Stellar Communities Project Arvin Redevelopment site Acre Brownfield site, clearing the way for private investment Carnegie Library Restoration Depot Events Center Renovation Downtown Streetscapes Historic Uptown Streetscape improvements near Irish Hill neighborhood Close Short Street to construct pedestrianfriendly plaza space Main Street Development - mixed use for both commercial and residential development
34 City of Greencastle Stellar Communities Project Revitalize courthouse square and central business district Create pedestrian friendly residential areas Enhance housing options - second story loft housing in commercial district and new construction in South Court neighborhood Community health initiatives, including new community health center and new trail linking community to recreational area Partnership with Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Technology hub/wi-fi bubble in commercial district
35 Greencastle Stellar Communities Project
36 Part 3: Benefits & Challenges
37 Framework: Housing Demand National Housing Policy: Rent/Mortgage burden should equal approximately 30% of your gross household income. More or less for certain household circumstances. Lack of housing available at those levels for some low- income households. Elderly Disabled Homeless Other (Note: SSI income $600/mo.)
38 Framework: Housing Supply I see lots of vacant homes, so why isn t there affordable housing available? Who owns/controls? Housing characteristics Housing conditions Obsolesence Accessibility Location Cost to develop and operate
39 Challenge: Future of Affordable Housing Programs? How sustainable are the current programs in light of the government budget concerns and political sentiment in Congress? Some Congressmen don t believe there should be any National Housing Policy. If we are to be sustainable as a nation & as communities, what housing needs must we ensure are met?
40 Future of Affordable Housing Programs? Likely to maintain programs that leverage private funds. LIHTC benefit to higher income individuals in terms of tax savings; strong leverage; creates jobs. Likely to maintain programs that assist our most vulnerable citizens. Disabled Veterans Elderly Homeless (many have mental/substance abuse issues)
41 Benefit: Providing quality, affordable housing for low income persons Disabled home modifications & new development Elderly home modifications & new development Homeless/Permanent Supportive Housing/Housing First Veterans (5-year plan through 2013) Substance Abuse Issues Severe Mental Illness LIHTC Apartments for general low income families most important for these groups to have access to jobs/education/training/resources which will improve their income over time.
42 Challenge: Need for Partnership
43 Partnership Structures Local Unit of Government can be owner, developer or sponsor of a development project. Local Unit of Government as grantee can also have: Sub-grantee: Non-profit Grant Administrator/Consultant: Non-profit or For-profit (procured) Grantee can be an LP or LLC with various member partners, For-profit and Non-profit. Local Unit of Government can show its sponsorship through matching grants, land donations, etc.
44 Challenge: Design for Affordable Housing
45 Design for Individual Needs: Noblesville Senior Apartments
46 Design for Community Needs: Central School, Anderson
47 Benefit: Subsidizing the preservation/revitalization of structures important to the community
48 Benefit: Subsidizing the preservation/revitalization of structures important to the community
49 Benefit: Bringing people back into downtowns and urban neighborhoods.
50 Part 4: Next Steps
51 Next Steps Access this presentation when it s available on-line. Follow the links to learn more about some of the projects. Contact some of the cities and towns mentioned, and ask them about their experiences. Get together the people in your community who would be interested in such a project. Check out IHCDA s website and learn more about what s required to submit an application. Contact the IHCDA Production Analyst for your region, to discuss potential projects. Contact IACED for project development assistance. Check out OCRA s website for CDBG grant administrators.
52 About the speaker Jennifer Milliken earned her BUPD from Ball State in 1994, and a Master of Public Administration from Florida Atlantic University in She has worked as a local government planner and as a planning consultant, and has taught courses at Ball State s Department of Urban Planning as an Adjunct Instructor. But the majority of her career (12 years+) has been specialized in housing. She currently works for the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority and has certifications in the CDBG, HOME and LIHTC housing programs. Jennifer has belonged to APA since 1990 and is a member of AICP. She is an experienced speaker at APA and other events. She also is a member of the Urban Land Institute and is board member of ULI-Indiana, and manages that organization s annual Real Estate Trends in Indiana project.
CHAPTER 7 Funding Sources for Housing Development Conway Pines, Conway Although funding is not the only solution to housing issues in New Hampshire, it is part of the answer. The production of new affordable
City of West Palm Beach Community Needs Assessment Workshop FY 2014-2015 Annual Action Plan Presented By: Community Redevelopment Associates of FL Gaines Park Community Center April 2, 2014 6:00 p.m. PRESENTATION
Michigan State Housing Development Authority Office of Community Development MSHDA MISSION The Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA) provides financial and technical assistance through public
FUNDING SOURCES WITH POTENTIAL APPLICABILITY TO AFFORDABLE HOUSING AT HUNTING TOWERS REHABILITATION There are a variety of funding sources that can be used for the rehabilitation (with or without acquisition)
FY 2013 CONSOLIDATED PLAN CONFERENCE CALL The New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA) has scheduled a conference call to obtain public input on the housing and community development needs throughout
MOELIS INSTITUTE FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING POLICY BRIEF OCTOBER 2012 What Can We Learn about the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program by Looking at the Tenants? WWW.FURMANCENTER.ORG I. Introduction While
Preface: Chapel Hill residents value an inclusive community and want to support a broad range of housing options affordable by all. Those unable to find affordable rental housing in Chapel Hill include
$97 00 Government Deal Funding for Real Estate Investors and Developers with Sean Carpenter -- -- Program Guide to Profits The US Government Has Set Aside Literally BILLIONS For Savvy Real Estate Investors.
- 1 - Neighborhood Stabilization Program Information Summary Sheet Eligible Uses: Purchase and rehab abandoned or foreclosed homes and residential properties. Establishing financing mechanisms for purchase
National Housing Trust Fund Allocation Plan Texas April 22, 2016 Ed Gramlich National Low Income Housing Coalition A Very Brief Overview National Housing Trust Fund Before getting into the NHTF Allocation
January 12, 2015 Dear Community Leader, Thank you for your dedicated service to the City of Elkhart and its residents. You or a representative from your organization has shown an interest in City of Elkhart
HDC Glossary of Affordable Housing Terms and Acronyms Affordability Gap The difference between the home price a household can afford and the current market price of a typical home for that household size.
Housing and Residential Supports One of the most difficult parts of the transition process is finding the right residential option for your child s future. Coordinating choices for the physical home, as
Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati Affordable Housing Program Damon V. Allen, Presenter 2014 National Community Land Trust Conference This presentation may contain forward-looking statements that are
LOW-INCOME HOUSING TAX CREDIT PROGRAM OVERVIEW September 2015 TAX CREDIT OVERVIEW The credit is a 10-year tax incentive to encourage the development of residential rental housing at or below 60% of area
Homeownership Programs Appendix D Current Housing Programs Centre County 1. Program name: Centre County First Time Homebuyer Program Target Population: 1-person household: $40,875 2-person household: $46,750
AFFORDABLE HOUSNG RESOURCE GUIDE A DIRECTORY OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING RESOURCES FOR THE COLORADO SPRINGS AREA AFFORDABLE HOUSING RESOURCE GUIDE A Directory of Affordable Housing Resources for the Colorado
Gustav/Ike Hurricane Recovery COMPETITIVE AFFORDABLE RENTAL PROGRAM Program Made Possible By Louisiana Recovery Authority, The Office Of Community Development s Disaster Recovery Unit And U.S. Department
DIVISION OF COMMUNITY DEVELEOPMENT BUREAU OF COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE BUREAU OF COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION, BUREAU OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND BUREAU OF COMMUNITY PLANNING Community Assistance PROGRAMS CSBG,
Grantee: Riverside, CA Grant: B-08-MN-06-0519 July 1, 2010 thru September 30, 2010 Performance Report 1 Grant Number: B-08-MN-06-0519 Grantee Name: Riverside, CA Grant Amount: $6,581,916.00 Grant Status:
Empire State Housing Investment Fund Proposal Goals: To expand the resources dedicated to addressing the affordable housing needs of low income New Yorkers; To establish a fund flexible enough to be responsive
National Coalition for the Homeless 2201 P. St. NW Washington, DC 20037 Phone: (202) 462-4822 Fax: (202) 462-4823 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.nationalhomeless.org Federal Housing
AFFORDABLE HOUSING FUNDING SOURCES PREPARED BY: FLORIDA HOUSING COALITION, INC. March 5, 2013 INDIRECT COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTION TAX CREDIT (CCTC) This program is a state tax incentive that allows businesses
2014 Indiana Affordable Housing & Community Development Fund Application Process, Underwriting Guidelines, & Compliance Requirements 30 South Meridian Street, Suite 1000 Indianapolis, Indiana 46204 317.232.7777(p)
AFFORDABLE HOUSING RESOURCES FLORIDA 2012 The sources of financing and assistance for affordable housing that appear in these pages are a summary that may be useful for housing providers, support providers
APPENDIX 6: ING S MATRIX NAME FEDERAL S Assisted Living Conversion Program (ALCP) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants (EECBG) Green Retrofit Program
City of North Miami NSP 3 Substantial Amendment 1. NSP3 Grantee Information NSP3 Program Administrator Contact Information Name (Last, First) Calloway, Maxine Email Address email@example.com Phone
Action Plan Grantee: Grant: Worcester, MA B-08-MN-25-0004 Grant Amount: $ 2,390,858.00 Status: Reviewed and Approved Funding Sources No Funding Sources Found Narratives Areas of Greatest Need: The City
ATTACHMENT C FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL HOUSING PROGRAMS FEDERAL FUNDING SOURCES There are three ways that the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides assistance in the development
MFA Programs & Services We love our home. It s a place where our grandchildren can grow and thrive. Kip Vaughn HOMEOWNERSHIP New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority (MFA) is a self-supporting agency that
Community Development Block Grant Neighborhood Stabilization Program Title III, Section 2301 of the Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008 (HR 3221) Assistance for the Redevelopment of Abandoned and
7.0 GOALS, OBJECTIVES & POLICIES The following Goals, Objectives and Policies specific to Housing are organized into broad categories including: 7.1: Housing Availability 7.2: Protection of Existing Neighborhoods
CITY OF OCALA SHIP LOCAL HOUSING ASSISTANCE PLAN (LHAP) FISCAL YEARS COVERED 2013/2014, 2014/2015 AND 2015/2016-1 - Table of Contents Title Page #. Section I. Program Description: 3 Section II. Strategies:
Section V - CONSOLIDATED PLAN AND NEIGHBORHOOD REVITALIZATION Affordable Housing Needs The housing crisis, downturn in the economy, high unemployment and subsequent recession of 2009-10 are having an impact
DC Housing Authority Capital Needs and Maintenance Review Capital Needs Overview The District of Columbia Housing Authority is responsible for providing safe, affordable housing for the District s low-income
CITY OF TEMPE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT AFFORDABLE HOUSING STRATEGY DOCUMENT 1 CITY OF TEMPE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT HOUSING SERVICES DIVISION www.tempe.gov P.O. BOX 5002 21 E. Sixth Street,
Chapter 6 HOUSING In this chapter housing characteristics and demographic trends will be examined to provide the background for evaluating alternative implementation strategies necessary to achieve town's
Economic Development and Housing Economic Development and Housing Director Senior Staff Assistant Assistant Economic Development and Housing Director Economic Development Division Housing Division Community
Lending is a tricky business It s a delicate balance between helping someone and pushing them off the cliff Virginia Community Capital and the June 18, 2008 2 Lending is a dangerous business. Even though
Grantee: Grant: Gary IN B-11-MN-18-0005 January 1 2015 thru March 31 2015 Performance Report 1 Grant Number: B-11-MN-18-0005 Grantee Name: Gary IN Grant Award Amount: $2717859.00 LOCCS Authorized Amount:
Appendix 11: AFFORDABLE HOUSING TERMS & CRITERIA (Provided by the Southampton Housing Authority March 18, 2013) What is Affordable Housing? There are a number of definitions of affordable housing as federal
Preserving Opportunities TOD and Social Equity Michael Bodaken National Housing Trust TOD & Social Equity: An Agenda for Research and Action Conf. National Housing Trust Committed to safeguarding affordable
Ware PARP Sources for Investors Town of Ware Planning and Community (PCD) The Town of Ware provides numerous resources for both owner-occupants and investor-owners in need of housing-related assistance.
Affordable Housing Financing from a Government Perspective Housing Summit - June 6, 2016 Existing Affordable Housing Inventory in Napa Approximately 1,680 deed restricted units in City of Napa" Includes
TOD Affordable Housing Preservation Policy Forum Aaron Miripol, Urban Land Conservancy April 30, 2012 Urban Land Conservancy (ULC) was established to acquire, develop and preserve real estate assets in
HARRIS COUNTY, TEXAS NEIGHBORHOOD STABILIZATION PROGRAM SUBSTANTIAL AMENDMENT TO THE 2008-2012 CONSOLIDATED PLAN FY 2008 ANNUAL ACTION PLAN AMENDMENT APPLICATION Prepared by the Community Services Department
City of Elkhart Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy Area Plan 2015-2020 NRSA This plan provides information regarding the establishment and amendments to the City of Elkhart s Neighborhood Revitalization
Housing Tax Credit Essentials 1 Background Part of 1986 Tax Reform to encourage the construction and rehabilitation of low-income rental housing Contained in Section 42 of the tax code Emphasis on private
ECONOMIC IMPACT ANALYSIS: USING BANK SETTLEMENT FUNDS FOR FLORIDA S HOUSING PROGRAMS I. SUMMARY ANALYSIS: A mortgage related fraud lawsuit filed by Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, the Federal Government
ILLINOIS ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS HOUSING POLICY ILLINOIS ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS HOUSING POLICY As an Association, we reaffirm our commitment to the goal of decent housing and a suitable living environment
California Housing Partnership Corporation Zorica Stancevic Program Manager CHPC Mission CHPC assists nonprofit and government housing agencies to create, acquire and preserve housing affordable to lower
Affordable Housing Partnership Housing Counseling Program ORGANIZATION AND STAFF INFORMATION Name of Organization: Affordable Housing Partnership of the Capital Region Inc. 255 Orange Street Albany, New
New York State Housing Trust Fund Corporation Office of Community Renewal New York State HOME Local Program FY 2014-2015 Application Workshop Ann M. Petersen, LEED AP Director, NYS HOME Local Program 38-40
Foreword One of the major priorities of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is the creation of affordable housing. The Department administers several Federal programs that assist
RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE PROGRAMS in New York City A Guide to Basic Program Rules and Eligibility FEBRUARY 2011 ABOUT ENTERPRISE Enterprise is a leading provider of the development capital and
HOUSING ASSISTANCE Breakfast program receive the severe need subsidy. Reimbursement payments for all meals are higher in Alaska and Hawaii. Schools may charge no more than 30 cents for a reducedprice breakfast.
Landlord Rental Repair Program 1. What is the Landlord Rental Repair Program? The Landlord Rental Repair Program (LRRP) is designed to restore rental properties that were damaged by Superstorm Sandy. In
2013 LOW-INOME HOUSING!ND OMMUNITY DEVELOPMEN T!TIVITIES OF THE FEDER!L HOME LO!N!NKS O C T O B E R 2 0 1 4 Division of Bank Regulation TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 1 THE AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROGRAM I.
Stabilizing Rural Communities Through Housing Partnerships SOUTHWEST MINNESOTA HOUSING PARTNERSHIP SLAYTON, MINNESOTA CASE STUDY Program Overview When municipalities in 30 southwest and southcentral Minnesota
Motor City Match FAQs Frequently Asked Questions FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS & ANSWERS Table of Contents 1. Motor City Match: The Basics 2. Eligibility 3. Application Details 4. Award Details 5. Selection
Issue Date August 17, 2009 Audit Report Number 2009-LA-1015 TO: Maria Cremer, Acting Director, Community and Planning Development Division, 9AD FROM: Joan S. Hobbs, Regional Inspector General for Audit,
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Office of Community Planning and Development Office of Environment and Energy Historic Preservation in Housing and Community Development Linking Historic
Federal Home Loan Bank of Seattle Community Investment Program Overview Washington CRA Roundtable Jennifer Ernst VP/Community Investment Officer September 10, 2013 Members Community Investment Advantage
SECTION 5.2 ANNUAL GOALS AND OBJECTIVES FISCAL YEAR 2013 1. Maximize Affordable Housing Options in Marin County Fully Utilize Section 8 and Public Housing Programs Achieve and maintain 98% lease-up rate
Building Affordable Housing for 22 Years Mi Casa was founded in 1992 with a mission to foster diverse neighborhoods through redeveloping existing buildings and infill lots into affordable housing opportunities,
CALIFORNIA TAX CREDIT ALLOCATION COMMITTEE 915 Capitol Mall, Suite 485 MEMBERS Sacramento, CA 95814 JOHN CHIANG, CHAIRMAN p (916) 654-6340 State Treasurer f (916) 654-6033 BETTY YEE firstname.lastname@example.org
City of Columbus Department of Development Housing Division Vacant Properties Rehabilitation Program Redevelopment for Homeownership/ Lease-Purchase Guidelines Capital Bond Funds Home Funds NSP 1, 2, 3
Placemaking thru Rehabilitation A DEVELOPER S PERSPECTIVE Gary Scheuren, Scheuren & Associates October 9, 2014 Today s Topics: Drivers to Redevelopment Success Critical Downtown Building Passionate Developer
Grantee: Rhode Island State Program Grant: B-11-DN-44-0001 July 1, 2011 thru September 30, 2011 Performance Report 1 Grant Number: B-11-DN-44-0001 Grantee Name: Rhode Island State Program Grant Amount:
Community Development Financing in Rural Pennsylvania Hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia and Rural LISC October 26 and November 14 and 16, 2006 Edward G. Rendell, Governor Victoria A. Reider,
Senior Housing Plan Comprehensive Plan Update Village of Lombard Department of Community Development October 2011 This page intentionally left blank. Introduction The purpose of the Senior Housing Plan
Community Investment Plan (CIP) 2014-2016 SECTION 1: Community or constituency to be served by the organization The Downtown Taunton Foundation (DTF) is a place-based nonprofit Community Development Corporation
Commonwealth of Massachusetts HOUSING STABILIZATION FUND (HSF) Rental Application Guidelines A. Overview Thousands of residential properties requiring moderate or substantial rehabilitation are located
Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program By Ed Gramlich, Director of Regulatory Affairs, National Low Income Housing Coalition Administering Agency: Internal Revenue Service (IRS) of the Department of the
The One Year Action Plan FY 2014-15 Photo Courtesy of Jim Colman Coleman Street Apartments Affordable Rental Development The One Year Action Plan is submitted to the Department of Housing and Urban Development
Juneau Affordable Housing Fund Notice of Funding Available Juneau Affordable Housing Fund Application for Funding Round One Issued by: Deadline for Questions: Deadline for Funding Applications: June 22,
Joint Center for Housing Studies Harvard University The Role of Nonprofit Organizations and Public Programs in Promoting Home Rehabilitation and Repair Activity Abbe Will and Kermit Baker March 2013 W13-3
Housing Affordability Analysis in Support of a Development Impact Fee Study Town of Fort Mill, South Carolina Final Document February 23, 2015 The South Carolina Development Impact Fee Act (Code of Laws
FULTON COUNTY/CITY OF ATLANTA LAND BANK AUTHORITY, INC. REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS NSP DEVELOPERS FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS 1. If we are looking to rehabilitate the properties for both sale and rental,
CHAPTER 2013-106 Senate Bill No. 1852 An act relating to funding from the National Mortgage Settlement; providing an appropriation from the General Revenue Fund to the Florida Prepaid Tuition Scholarship
COMBINING RESOURCES FOR DOWNTOWN REVITALIZATION Who We Are... Thoma Development Consultants Bernie Thoma, Senior Consultant Rich Cunningham,CMSM, Program Manager 34 Tompkins St. Cortland, NY 13045 (607)
NEIGHBORHOOD LAND BANK Purpose: Contribute to the community stabilization, revitalization and preservation of San Diego County s communities, particularly San Diego s low and moderate income communities,
IV. HOME NARRATIVES (AP-90) A. INTRODUCTION Los Angeles County is an Urban County-participating jurisdiction for HUD s HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) Program. It receives an annual formula allocation
City of Syracuse Department of Neighborhood and Business Development Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) RFP Program Year 40 (2014 2015) Mayor Stephanie A. Miner Paul Driscoll, Commissioner September
5. HOUSING PROGRAM RESOURCES This chapter of the Housing Element presents information on funds available to support Oakland s housing programs. These programs encourage housing rehabilitation, assist first-time
ELEMENT Introduction Issues and Concerns Goals, Objectives and Policies Exhibits 2020 ELEMENT INTRODUCTION Since populations group themselves into households, the socioeconomic makeup of those households
How to Improve Odds of Success in Municipal Economic Development Advanced Municipal Elected Officials Institute February 4, 2014 What is Municipal Economic Development? A municipality s economic development
Guidance on NSP-Eligible Acquisition & Rehabilitation Activities This NSP Policy Guidance describes how to determine whether or not a property is eligible for acquisition and or rehabilitation with NSP
DOWNTOWN HOUSTON DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE The following programs have been utilized in the past for downtown Houston developments. This list is meant to provide information that might potentially be applicable
National Housing Trust Fund Frequently Asked Questions Prepared by the National Low Income Housing Coalition Updated May 2015 The National Housing Trust Fund (NHTF) is a dedicated fund intended to provide
CITIZEN PARTICIPATION PLAN Rev. March 13, 2014 A Citizen Participation Plan sets forth the policies and procedures for citizen participation in the development of the five-year Consolidated Plan, annual