FHLBank Pittsburgh’s 2015 Affordable Housing Program funding round opens June 8
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FHLBank Pittsburgh’s 2015 Affordable Housing Program funding round opens June 8

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Fund Your Next Housing Project with Affordable Housing Program Grants

Harrisburg, PA – April 20, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — FHLBank Pittsburgh’s Affordable Housing Program provides grants for the acquisition, construction or rehabilitation of single- or multi-family housing for individuals at or below 80 percent of area median income.

Benefits of AHP for housing developers:

• Flexible source of funding for a variety of affordable housing project types

• Funding terms that work well with other funding sources (Low Income Housing Tax Credits, HUD Community Development Block Grant/HOME funds, state/county funds)

• User-friendly online application that minimizes paperwork

• Transparent project scoring process that enables developers to assess the competitiveness of their application

How to Apply

The 2015 AHP funding round will open on June 8. Developers must partner with an FHLBank Pittsburgh member institution to submit an application for funding by Aug. 11. FHLBank scores the applications and approves the awards, up to $500,000 per project. Project awards will be announced on Dec. 17.

Interested applicants can visit www.fhlb-pgh.com for program information and scoring criteria, a list of FHLBank member institutions, and links to request technical assistance to discuss potential applications or be matched to a sponsoring member institution.

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