Published October 14, 2014:
The purpose of this program is to assist families and individuals earning at or below 80 percent of area median income to become homeowners. Nonprofit agencies, private, for-profit developers, and mortgage lenders are invited to submit proposals for projects that will provide homeownership opportunities for low-income households.
Published September 19, 2014:
2014 Multifamily NOFA Applicants
The Seattle Office of Housing received seven applications for the 2014 Notice of Funding Availability round for multifamily rental housing. The applicants are competing for approximately $22 million in funding to create or preserve affordable housing in Seattle.
Published June 26, 2014
Nonprofit and private developers were invited to propose projects for acquisition, rehabilitation, and/or new construction of affordable rental housing for low-income households. Approximately $22 million in City funds were awarded in the 2014 NOFA round.
The King County Homeless Housing Funder Group annually announces a combined funding round for housing with supportive services to address homelessness throughout King County. Six public and private funders will allocated approximately $43.9 million in combined funds through this NOFA in 2014. Download here.
Published December 6, 2013:
Multifamily NOFA Awards Announced
The Seattle Office of Housing has committed over $27 million in investments for affordable mutifamily housing.