Florida Housing Finance Corporation Tax Credit Applications
Escambia County has developed the following application review process for developers seeking the minimum local government contribution for Florida Housing Finance Corporation's competitive applications for multifamily housing tax credits.
Committee of the Whole Presentation: April 13, 2017
Board of County Commissioners Meeting Minutes: May 4, 2017
The SAIL application is available for RFA 2018-114 SAIL Financing for the Construction of Workforce Housing and RFA 2018-116 SAIL Financing of Affordable Multifamily Developments to be used in Conjunction with Tax-Exempt Bonds and Non-Competitive Housing Credits. Developers are encouraged to begin working on threshold requirements due to local and state deadlines. Please review all requirements and deadlines outlined in the application.
UPDATE: RFA 2018-114--No applications received by the deadline
For applicants interested in applying for RFA 2018-110 Housing Credit Financing for Affordable Housing Developments Located in Medium Counties, developers may submit one application for consideration as a Local Area of Opportunity. Due to Hurricane Michael, the deadline for submission has been extended to November 2. Please review all requirements and deadlines outlined in the updated application.
Housing Tax Credit FAQs
For more information about Florida Housing programs and applicants in Escambia County, contact Meredith Reeves with the Escambia County Neighborhood Enterprise Division at HTCapp@myescambia.com or 850-595-4968.
Complaints regarding Rental Developments
If you have concerns or complaints regarding a multifamily housing complex subsidized by HUD, Rural Development or the Housing Tax Credit program the following information may be helpful:
- For housing discrimination concerns, please refer to our Fair Housing page for information.
- For landlord and property concerns at HUD subsidized properties, the Multifamily Housing Complaint Line is a service provided by HUD's Multifamily Housing Clearinghouse that enables public citizens and residents of HUD-insured and assisted properties to report complaints with a property's management concerning matters such as poor maintenance, dangers to health and safety, mismanagement and fraud. It can be accessed by dialing 1-800-MULTI-70 (1-800-685-8470).