New Hampshire Housing is now accepting applications for financing from qualified developers for projects that will provide supportive housing in any area of the state to extremely low-income and low-income households, with a priority for persons experiencing homelessness.
New Hampshire Housing will offer an in-person training on Criminal Screening Best Practices in Multifamily Affordable Housing from 9:30 a.m. to noon ET on October 20.
New Hampshire Housing is now accepting applications from qualified developers looking to develop affordable rental housing using tax-exempt bonds with four percent LIHTCs.
New Hampshire Housing is asking owners and managers of rental properties to participate in a survey to track rental housing costs and maintain important housing data.
New Hampshire Housing understands that the development industry is facing extraordinary challenges around construction pricing, material shortages and delays, and labor shortages, along with rising interest rates.
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.
New Hampshire Housing will hold a 2023 LIHTC Application Round information session on May 10 from 12:30 to 2 p.m. ET.
The agencies that administer New Hampshire’s federal funds for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) and Housing Trust Fund (HTF) are having a public hearing for input into the activities that will be federally funded for the state’s 2022 Action Plan.
Following the release of IRS Notice 2022-05, New Hampshire Housing announced it will not conduct LIHTC physical inspections prior to June 30, 2022; however, inspection may occur on a case-by-case basis.
Ignatius MacLellan will be stepping into the role of managing director of management & development at New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority the end of January.