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Vacant AHP Housing Units Can Be Used to Help Disaster Victims February 1, 2022

Our regulator, the Federal Housing Finance Agency, granted a non-objection letter on Jan. 31. The letter temporarily suspends Affordable Housing Program (AHP) household income limits for rental projects housing individuals/households displaced by recent Colorado wildfires and straight-line winds.

The displaced individual/household must have resided in a county affected by any of these events on, or after Dec. 31, 2021. Regardless of income level, the individual/household is then eligible to live in any vacant Affordable Housing Program project nationwide. The resources below provide additional details.

  • Find a list of qualifying disasters and the conditions for occupancy here
  • Check the FEMA site for a list of current disaster declarations.

If you have any questions, please contact our Housing and Community Development department at 866.571.8155.

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