The West Virginia Housing Development Fund would like to thank U.S. Senators Shelley Moore Capito (R – W.Va.) and Joe Manchin (D – W.Va.), both members of the Senate Appropriations Committee, for directing $3 million from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s National Housing Trust Fund to the Mountain State.
The money will be used to increase the state’s supply of affordable rental housing for extremely low-income households.
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The West Virginia Housing Development Fund is responsible for the administration of the National Housing Trust Fund. The Housing Trust Fund (HTF) program was established under section 1338 of the Federal Housing Enterprises Financial Safety and Soundness Act of 1992, as amended (12 U.S.C. 4501 et seq.) (the Act). In general, under the HTF program, HUD allocates funds by formula to eligible states to increase and preserve the supply of decent, safe, sanitary, and affordable housing, with primary attention to rental housing for extremely low-income and very low-income households, including homeless families.
Section 1337 of the Act requires a percentage of the unpaid principal balance of total new business for the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (Freddie Mac) and the Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae) (collectively, the government-sponsored enterprises or GSEs) to be set aside and allocated as a dedicated source of annual funding for the HTF, unless allocations are suspended by the Director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, the agency that regulates the GSEs. These funds will be deposited into an HTF account established in the Treasury of the United States by the Secretary of the Treasury to carry out the HTF program. The Act also provides that the HTF may be funded with amounts appropriated, transferred, or credited to the HTF under other provisions of law.
In 2020, the Fund committed $4,498,568 to assist in the financing, acquisition, new construction and rehabilitation of four affordable housing multifamily residential rental projects. These four projects contain 160 total units, 46 of these units are HTF units.
For more information on the National Housing Trust Fund, please contact Cathy Colby
The Fund ‘s 2020 HTF Commitment Information
2021 Annual Action Plan
2021 Annual Action Plan
Draft 2020 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER)
PY2020 State Of West Virginia CAPER – DRAFT
HOME & HTF Guidelines & RFP
2021 HOME HTF RFP (Revised 5 14 2021)
2021 HOME HTF Pre Application 2021 HOME & HTF Guidelines
2021 WV HTF Program Income Limits (Effective 2021 06 01)
2021 WV HTF Program Rent Limits (Effective 2021 06 01)2021 HOME and HTF Maximum Per Unit Subsidy Limits (Effective 2021 09 09)
Minority Business Enterprise Report (MBE) Women Business Enterprise Report (WBE) 8 2019 (89.7 KB)
Section 3 Business Registry
Disclosures To Seller With Voluntary Arm’s Length Purchase Offer
Real Estate Acquisition and Relocation
HUD Exchange-Laws and Regulations
49 CFR 24 Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies ACT (Uniform ACT or URA)
HTF Program Regulations
Part of the West Virginia Housing Development Fund’s mission is to provide financing for affordable housing, including residential rental housing. To offer guidance and direction, we have put together a detailed manual to help developers understand our policies and procedures relating to portfolio diversification, related parties and eligible participants.
General Rehabilitation Specifications Manual (July 2016)
Multifamily Lending Policy Aug. 2018
Underwriting And Subsidy Layering Guidelines Revised March 2020