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Kentucky Names Winston Miller KHC Executive Director

The Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) Board of Directors named Winston Miller as its new executive director, effective November 16. Miller will replace Lisa Beran, KHC’s former general counsel, who served as interim director for more than a year.

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Kentucky Launches 2021 Applications for Multifamily Non-Credit Projects, Single-Family Development, and AHTF Home Repair

Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) opened applications in its Universal Funding Application (UFA) for three project types:
1. Multifamily Non-Credit Rental Development (HOME, AHTF, and SMAL),
2. Single-Family Homebuyer Development (HOME and AHTF), and
3. AHTF Home Repair (AHTF Only).
All three applications are due by noon ET on Friday, January 15, 2021.

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Kentucky Launches $15 Million Healthy at Home Eviction Relief Fund

Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear (D) signed Executive Order 2020-700, dedicating $15 million in federal Coronavirus Relief Funds for a Healthy at Home Eviction Relief Fund. The fund is a statewide effort to prevent Kentuckians from facing eviction and to allow landlords to realize substantial payments for back rent.

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Kentucky Closes 2020-2021 TEB Application

The Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) closed the Universal Funding Application (UFA) for multifamily developments utilizing Tax-Exempt Bonds (TEB) and the Federal four percent LIHTC due to limitations on available private activity bond cap.

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Kentucky Posts Strategic Operating Grants NOFA

Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) released a funding application for modest operating grants, open to nonprofit partners across the Commonwealth. The UFA for this NOFA will open August 24, 2020, and applications are due September 24, 2020. Awards will be announced in late October/early November 2020.

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AU Associates Hosts Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Lexington Senior Affordable Housing Development

Holly Wiedemann, founder and president of AU Associates and NH&RA Board Chair, Mayor Linda Gorton and Council member Josh McCurn held a ribbon cutting ceremony on August 10 to officially open Lexington’s newest affordable housing development for seniors, Meadowthorpe Landing.

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Kentucky Opens 2021 Tax-Exempt Bond Application

Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) opened the Universal Funding Application (UFA) for multifamily developments utilizing Tax-Exempt Bonds (TEB) and four percent LIHTCs (no KHC gap funds) on August 3, 2020. This is an open window application with no specific submission deadline.

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Kentucky Posts 2021 LIHTC Q&A

Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) posted Questions and Answers (Q&A) regarding the upcoming 2021 Housing Credit competitive funding round. Applicants are encouraged to check back often for updates as new questions are received. If you have any questions, please email multifamily@kyhousing.org.

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Kentucky Now Accepting TBRA Applications

Kentucky Housing Corporation’s (KHC) Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) began accepting applications for the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program on June 1, 2020.

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Kentucky Opens 2021 Universal Funding Application, Predevelopment Loan Product

Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) opened the Universal Funding Application for the 2021 competitive Housing Credit funding round, with an application due date of noon ET, Thursday, August 20, 2020.

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Kentucky Extends Ten Percent, Placed-In-Service Deadlines

The Commonwealth of Kentucky received a Major Disaster Declaration on March 28, 2020 as a result of the COVID 19 pandemic. The Internal Revenue Service has indicated that the relief outlined in Revenue Procedure 2014-49 is available to jurisdictions with these declarations. This allows Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) to grant extensions to both the ten […]

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Kentucky Postpones 2021 Multifamily Non-Credit Funding Round

As a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and concern about available resources, Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) postponed its anticipated funding round for non-credit multifamily projects. If additional funding resources become available, KHC will re-evaluate the feasibility of opening a non-credit funding round later in the year.

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