The Colorado Housing and Finance Authority, in partnership with the Colorado Energy Office and the Department of Local Affairs, commissioned a report prepared by Group14 Engineering on LIHTC building electrification.
The Colorado Housing and Finance Authority launched the Colorado Affordable Housing Developer’s Guide, with the intention of supporting local for-profit and nonprofit developers, community leaders and advocates seeking to ensure that safe, decent and affordable housing is an intentional and integrated part of their community fabric.
Governor Jared Polis (D) approved the amended 2021-2022 QAP.
Colorado Housing and Finance Authority announced the release of its Affordable Housing Development Cost Dashboard, which presents data on the costs of developing affordable housing supported with LIHTCs in Colorado.
The Colorado Housing and Finance Agency will hold two virtual private activity bond stakeholder meetings on January 5 and 7 from 9 to 11 a.m. MT.
The Colorado Housing and Finance Authority published the 2022 Round One Letter of Intent (LOI) report.
Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA) posted the second draft of its 2021-2022 QAP, as well as a summary of changes.
Colorado Housing and Finance Authority is introducing a new online process for submitting the Letter of Intent to apply for housing tax credits.
The Colorado Housing and Finance Authority completed its second allocation round of 2021.
The Colorado Housing and Finance Authority will hold a 2021-2022 QAP hearing via Microsoft Teams.
The Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA) named Rayla Maurin as its Private Activity Bond (PAB) manager. In this role, Maurin will work with stakeholders across Colorado to develop an annual strategy for PAB deployment.
What do developers, issuers and borrowers need to know when dealing with Private Activity Bonds (PAB)? Once bonds have been issued, what does that mean for these parties in terms of agreements, regulatory compliance and disclosure?