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Affordable Housing Provider Loans

About the Program

If you develop affordable permanent or rental housing for lower income individuals and families, your organization may qualify for Housing and Urban development (HUD) funds to help you with the purchase, rehabilitation or construction of affordable housing within the City of Tacoma.

The use of these funds in a project will require long-term affordability and income restrictions on the units built.

In addition, the use of these funds will require long-term monitoring by City staff of the projects funded.

At a minimum, an Annual Report will be required, along with on-going housing quality inspection.

Information on the City's funding priorities and federal regulations accompanying the use of these funds is provided below for your information.

In cooperation with the City of Tacoma, the Tacoma Community Redevelopment Authority (TCRA) is the board that administers and approves funding, including affordable housing developer loans, for housing and business projects.


Past and Present Affordable Housing Projects

Affordable housing developer funds have contributed to the rehabilitation or construction of projects across Tacoma. Learn more about past projects and projects currently in progress.

Funding Opportunities

A Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for affordable housing projects was issued September 8, 2016. Applications for rental housing and homeownership opportunities are being accepted now through October 5, 2016 at 4 PM. For more information, read the NOFA instructions or the City's Frequently Asked Questions.


Informational Documents

2015-2019 Consolidated Plan

2016- 2017 Funding Priorities

HOME Income and Rent Guidelines 2016

CDBG Income Guidelines 2016

Part 200 Uniform Administrative Requirements

Utility Allowances 2016

CPTED Program

Crime Free Housing

Federal Regulations

Homeownership Ratio Guidelines

HUD Guideform - Notice to Seller

HUD Guideform - Relocation Plan

Income Policy

Other Federal Program Requirements

Rehabilitation Standards

TCRA Application Standard Operating Procedures
TCRA Eligibility Review

For more information on Affordable Housing Developer Loans contact Jacinda Steltjes at (253) 591-5221.