AHFA Multifamily News | October 2018
Top 10 Tips for Application & Development Success
- READ, READ, and then READ AGAIN: The Plans, the Addenda, the Definitions, the Application Forms and Application Instructions. Submit questions and communicate problems.
- Check Your Email and AHFA’s Website for Updates: AHFA will send Multifamily Notices with critical information about the application process. These Multifamily Notices will then be posted at www.ahfa.com.
- Secure Proposed Property with A Renewable Option to Purchase: Renewable Options allow you the flexibility needed because of the varying lengths of the approval process.
- Engage Your Environmental Professional Early: Provide them with a copy of AHFA’s Environmental Policy Requirements.
- Check the Property Zoning for the Proposed Property: Make sure the property is zoned for the proposed use. Review the applicable zoning ordinance(s) and provide the zoning requirements for the proposed project.
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