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Multifamily Consolidated Application


Use the CHFA and the Department of Housing (DOH) Consolidated Application to apply for a combination of state and federal funds, including mortgages and tax credits. Instructions for completing the Consolidated Application are below. 

We also offer a series of workshops designed to guide you through the application process.

Check the CHFA event calendar for upcoming workshops and view the CHFA/DOH Funding Calendar to keep track of important deadlines.

CHFA/DOH Consolidated Application for Financial Assistance

Below is the current CHFA/DOH Consolidated Application for capital funding.  This application should be used as guidance only and not as part of the submission for either CHFA or DOH funding.  The actual application to be completed when applying for financing should be downloaded directly from the SharePoint website that must be established for all proposed applications.  See the instructions below for general instructions on setting up SharePoint for your proposal.

Consolidated Application

Resource Document

General SharePoint Web App Instructions

DOH Policy Guidance

Conservation and Development Policies Plan
DOH Policies
DOH DRAFT Consolidated Plan for Housing and Community Development
HOME Program Compliance Manual
DOH Insurance Requirements
HOME and Maximum Per Unit Subsidy Limits
HOME Maximum Purchase Price or After-Rehab Value Limits

CHFA Policy Guidance
Income, Rent and Utility Limits
Energy Efficiency and Utility Incentives

Federal and State State Energy Incentives 

Architectural and Environmental
Proof of Environmental Insurance
Project Notification Form
National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)
Floodplain Management and Compliance
Method for calculating the 500 year Flood Elevation
Acquisition and Relocation
Lead Paint
Closing Checklist Material
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