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Kentucky Announces HCA Awards

The Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) announced the following partners who received Housing Contract Administration (HCA) funding awards for Affordable Housing Trust Fund (AHTF) Home Repair Projects based on their recent application submissions:

  • Community and Development Services – Christian County;
  • HOMES Inc.;
  • Housing Development Alliance Inc.;
  • KCEOC Community Action Partnership Inc.;
  • Lexington Habitat for Humanity;
  • Midtown Alliance of Neighbors;
  • New Directions Housing Corporation;
  • Partnership Housing Inc.;
  • People Working Cooperatively Inc.; and
  • People’s Self-Help Housing Inc.

Kentucky Hosts Final Multifamily Developer Forum on January 29

The Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) will host the last in a series of developer forums to solicit feedback on scoring criteria and incentives for the development of the 2021-2022 QAP, Multifamily Guidelines and scoring workbook. The Multifamily Developer Forum will be from 1:30-3:30 pm ET on January 29, 2020, at the Frankfort Plant Board Community Room, 151 Flynn Ave., Frankfort, Kentucky 40601.

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Kentucky Releases Income Averaging Compliance Policy

Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) released the Income Averaging Compliance Policy. This policy establishes guidance for KHC partners electing the new average income set aside. The policy is effective for all owners electing income averaging with a placed in-service date of Wednesday, January 1, 2019, or later per their completed 8609 forms. Please contact Phyllis Clem at with questions.

Louisville, Kentucky: Family Scholar House Helps Residents Achieve Economic Independence through Academic Success

HUD User published a case study on the Riverport Family Scholar House, one part of a larger multi-generational housing development. Riverport provides affordable housing and a network of support services to single parents and foster care alumni who are pursuing post-secondary education in Louisville, KY. Residents receive access to free or heavily subsidized child care, as well as academic coaching and support. The development’s educational services building hosts a wide variety of support services, such as food pantries, professional development seminars and mentoring for residents and members of the surrounding neighborhoods. The project won the 2019 American Planning Association/HUD Secretary’s Opportunity and Empowerment Award.