At least once per year, OH publishes a Notice of Funds Available (NOFA) for the Rental Housing Program. The NOFA describes specific funding priorities and requirements for each available fund source, of which the Housing Levy is the largest. OH’s funding announcements are often part of a larger combined announcement of funds for homeless housing and services across King County. Also on this page is the Homebuyer NOFA.
Published July 9, 2013:
Nonprofit and private developers are invited to propose projects for acquisition, rehabilitation, and/or new construction of affordable rental housing for low-income households. Approximately $21 million in City funds is available for the 2013 NOFA round.
The King County Homeless Housing Funder Group is pleased to announce a combined funding round for housing with supportive services to address homelessness throughout King County. Seven public and private funders will allocate approximately $45.5 million in combined funds through this NOFA.
Published May 13, 2013:
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.
2013 Intent to Apply List
Inclusion on this form is not regarded as a request for funding and does not guarantee that your project will receive an OH award. Also, failure to submit the Intent to Apply form does not preclude anyone from submitting an application for funding at a later date. Click here to view the list of projects received by the Office of Housing for 2013. Thank you to all that submitted a form.
Published March 27, 2012:
Acquisition & Opportunity (A&O) and Bridge Loan NOFA
This notice announces up to $11.5 million in capital funds for short-term financing to support the development of affordable multifamily rental and/or homeownership housing. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis through 2013. The amount of funds available at any one point in time may vary.