Chapter 1: Conduct Threshold Eligibility Review

This chapter describes the initial steps the HOME Participating Jurisdiction (PJ) should take when it receives a request for HOME funding for a project that has (or expects to have) an allocation of Federal Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTCs). It highlights the key areas that a PJ should assess when undertaking a basic eligibility threshold review before proceeding to underwrite the project. Specifically, this chapter:

  • Explains the general HOME Program rules
  • Increase the supply of decent, affordable housing to low- and very low-income households
  • Expand the capacity of nonprofit housing providers

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