The Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA) has four upcoming online trainings to explore different aspects of the Developer’s Guide 

Proforma 101 | April 13 | 9 to 10 a.m. MT  

The Colorado Affordable Housing Developer’s Guide includes many interactive tools to help analyze affordable housing development opportunities in your community. Join CHFA staff for this session, where we will dig into the new Guide’s proforma tool.  

You will learn how to navigate the proforma, build a basic proforma and create basic development and operating cost assumptions.  

Development Financing Resources 101 | May 18 | 9 to 10 a.m. MT 

Developing affordable housing poses unique financing challenges. However, there are many existing resources to ensure that price-restricted rental and for-sale development is feasible in Colorado, even on a small scale.  

Join CHFA lending staff and other experts to learn the basics of affordable housing finance, how to build your “capital stack,” and how to access new Colorado-based subsidies that can be used to build and preserve affordable housing.  

Colorado Affordable Housing Developer’s Guide Case Studies | July 6 | 9 to 10:30 a.m. MT 

Communities across Colorado have successfully built and preserved small-scale affordable rental and for-sale homes. While housing development can seem overwhelming, case studies included in the Colorado Affordable Housing Developer’s Guide highlight successes and keys to success from a wide range of Colorado communities.  

Come hear from the experts—those who have completed their own projects—at this interactive panel session with plenty of time for Q&A.  

CHFA Small-scale Affordable Housing Technical Assistance | August 17 | 9 to 10:30 a.m. MT 

A strong affordable housing development team usually includes outside experts with knowledge of housing finance, housing markets and development. Finding specialists with the expertise to take your community’s project from concept to construction can sometimes be a barrier to moving projects forward.  

CHFA has created the Small-scale Affordable Housing Technical Assistance program, which offers qualifying project sponsors pro bono technical assistance from Colorado housing development experts. Learn how to access CHFA’s Small-scale Affordable Housing Technical Assistance program resources and hear how Colorado communities have successfully engaged through the program.