The Iowa Finance Authority (IFA) will not commission market studies for the 2023 nine percent LIHTC Round. Applications are due April 19, 2023, and Market Studies must be submitted with the application.
The Iowa Finance Authority (IFA) received a one-time allocation of $29.4 million for the HOME-ARP program through the American Rescue Plan (ARP).
The Iowa Finance Authority (IFA) posted the board-approved 2023 QAP and 2023 appendices packages for tax credits and HOME with tax credits.
The Iowa Finance Authority posted the draft 2023 four percent QAP for comment through 4:30 p.m. CT on November 2.
The Iowa Finance Authority will host a public hearing on its draft 2023 QAP and appendices from 10 a.m. to noon CT on October 4 both virtually, and in-person.
Iowa Finance Authority published the 2022 edition of the LIHTC and HOME Compliance Manual.
The Iowa Finance Authority will hold a Special Board Meeting on August 31 at 3 p.m. ET to consider the draft 2023 QAP. Comments or questions may be submitted to email@example.com.
The Iowa Finance Authority is seeking survey responses to inform the use of over $29 million in federal HOME-ARP resources allocated to Iowa to address the housing needs of vulnerable populations.
On March 30, the Iowa Finance Authority enacted a 50 percent increase in the LIHTC per-unit cap for the 2022 nine percent round.
The Iowa Finance Authority held a public hearing on March 24, 2022 regarding the update to Appendix F with a 50 percent increase to the Tax Credit Cap per LIHTC Unit.
After 15 years, Dave Vaske’s last day as LIHTC manager at the Iowa Finance Authority will be March 25.
Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds released a proposed fiscal year 2022-23 budget, which includes a state LIHTC, doubling the state workforce housing tax credit and increasing funding for the state housing trust funds. Reynolds’ $8.1 billion proposal includes a $15 million annual allocation for a new state LIHTC incentive and a boost for the workforce housing […]