Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA) will hold its annual LIHTC public hearing on May 19 at 1 p.m. ET to receive data, views and comments with respect to its 2022 and 2023 LIHTC QAP.
Pursuant to subsection 13.5(e) of the 2022 Multifamily Direct Loan Rule (related to Oversubscribed Funds for Competitive LIHTC-Layered Applications), this communication serves as notice that the General/Soft Repayment Set-Aside, as described in the 2022-1 Notice of Funding Availability, is oversubscribed. Applications concurrently requesting Competitive LIHTC may amend their application to accommodate another fund source and make changes that still meet threshold requirements in 10 TAC Chapters 11 and 13 of this title, if such changes do not impact scoring under Section 11.9 of this title (relating to Competitive HTC Selection Criteria).
Florida Housing rescheduled the fourth and final workshop for RFA 2022-210 Permanent Supportive Housing for High Utilizers of Public Behavioral Health Systems for 2 p.m. ET on May 23.
The Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA) is accepting comments on its Draft 2022 State of Texas Consolidated Plan: One-Year Action Plan through 5 p.m. CT on June 15.
Florida Housing is holding a compliance training workshop on June 23 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. ET.
Governor Laura Kelly (D) capped off the legislative session by signing two major bipartisan housing bills into law, representing a combined $62 million in new housing resources, as well as initiatives to incentivize housing development.
The Kentucky Housing Corporation opened its Universal Funding Application for the 2023 LIHTC funding round. Applications are due by noon E.T. on September 15.
Minnesota Housing extended the RFP deadline for its HOME-American Rescue Plan (HOME-ARP) Allocation Plan to 5 p.m. ET on May 24.
New Hampshire Housing updated its financing application to be completed for all LIHTC, tax-exempt bond and other non-supportive housing project applications.
New Hampshire Housing periodically updates the Technical Design and Construction Standards for Rehabilitation to ensure a basis for providing safe, sanitary, cost effective and energy efficient housing for all occupants.
The Alabama Housing Finance Authority paused 8609 inspections during COVID but intends to begin implementing 8609s again soon. Below are some reminders about 8609 inspections: