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E.g., 03/05/2024
E.g., 03/05/2024
08/25/2023

CASD publishes TOPA-related filings received for the prior week as a service to the public. Best efforts are made to present the most current and correct information, however inadvertent errors in information may occur.

08/18/2023

CASD publishes TOPA-related filings received for the prior week as a service to the public. Best efforts are made to present the most current and correct information, however inadvertent errors in information may occur.

08/16/2023

DHCD’s Single Family Residential Rehabilitation Program (SFRRP) administers grants for repairs and/or modifications to eliminate barriers to accessibility for persons with mobility or other physical impairments.

08/11/2023

CASD publishes TOPA-related filings received for the prior week as a service to the public. Best efforts are made to present the most current and correct information, however inadvertent errors in information may occur.

08/11/2023

The DC Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) has established income limits and homebuyer assistance amounts for participation of very low income, low income and moderate-income households in the Housing Purchase Assistance Program (HPAP).

08/04/2023

An Owner of an Inclusionary Zoning (IZ) Unit or Affordable Dwelling Unit (ADU) is required to file a written Notice of Availability (NOA) to notify the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) of any IZ Unit(s) or ADUs that are available for rent or purchase (including new units...

08/04/2023

The Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD), on behalf of Mayor Bowser, has been asked by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to submit a list of properties that HUD may consider for an allocation of project-based Section 8 operating assistance.

08/04/2023

CASD publishes TOPA-related filings received for the prior week as a service to the public. Best efforts are made to present the most current and correct information, however inadvertent errors in information may occur.

08/01/2023

This Consolidated RFP will focus on homeownership projects and affordable rental projects that do not request tax-exempt bonds and 4% Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) structures (referred to as Non-Multifamily Mortgage Revenue Bond structures or scenarios). Projects that produce or pres

08/01/2023

Federal law requires the District of Columbia to adopt a plan to allocate the low-income housing tax credits (LIHTC) to projects based on federally mandated requirements and priority needs determined by the District.

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