Multifamily Housing Program

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Overview

The purpose of the Multifamily Housing Program (MHP) is to provide financial assistance to the owners of multiple unit projects involving new construction and/ or rehabilitation of housing for low and moderate-income households. The MHP is funded through our HOME Funded Projects 

Home Funded Projects

HOME funds can provide a wide range of low-income housing activities through moderate and substantial rehabilitation, new construction, tenant-based rental assistance, and other related activities. All HOME funds must benefit persons (at/or) below 60% of the area median income.

Administration

The City of Atlanta (City) Department of Planning through its Office of Housing and Community Development is responsible for the administration of the Multifamily Housing Program (MHP). In this capacity, the Office of Housing shall perform the following duties:

  • Market the program and receive applications from interested parties
  • Analyze application information submitted by interested parties for compliance with the HOME/CDBG guidelines. 
  • Negotiate the project’s proposed package with applicant.
  • Develop and implement changes in program design, policies, guidelines, and procedures consistent with the scope and intent of the program.

Multifamily HOME Loan Program 

The City of Atlanta is committed to improving affordable housing and community development opportunities for low and moderate-income households residing within the City of Atlanta. To achieve this, the City of Atlanta will make Multifamily HOME Loans to Applicants who plan to provide quality affordable rental housing. New applications for this program will be accepted. For more information regarding the HOME Program, please contact the Office of Housing and Community Development at 404-330-6390. 

 

 

 

 

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