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Colorado Rural Rental Housing Preservation Academy

Sponsors
Colorado Health Foundation, Enterprise Community Partners, Inc.
Deadlines
Nov 27, 2019
Purpose

This program provides targeted one-on-one technical assistance and in-person training to help nonprofit organizations and housing authorities acquire and preserve affordable rental housing in rural areas of Colorado. Training will focus on USDA Rural Development, Housing and Urban Development, Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC), and other restricted rental housing programs. There will be 7 in-person sessions, and all training sessions will be held in the Denver, Colorado area.

A detailed list of potential technical assistance activities, as well as descriptions of each training session are provided in the application instructions.

Eligibility

Eligible applicants in Colorado include:

  • Nonprofit organizations and housing authorities with a focus or an interest in preserving USDA, Section 8, and/or LIHTC properties
  • For-profit organizations with an existing portfolio of USDA RD, Section 8, and/or LIHTC properties and a focus on preserving and/or acquiring additional properties as affordable housing for low-income families
Geographic coverage
Colorado
Amount of funding

There is no program cost associated with participation in the academy or the technical assistance. Breakfast and lunch will be provided during the academy sessions, and stipends are available to cover participant travel costs.

Application process

A link to the application instructions is available on the program website.

Email completed applications to Susan Anderson.

Tagged as
Community and economic development · Housing and homelessness · Colorado



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