Homeownership: Encouraging New Construction
Recognizes programs that best encourage the new construction of affordable ownership housing.
Homeownership entries will be judged on the degree to which they:
- Are innovative
- Are replicable
- Respond to an important state housing need
- Use data, research, and analysis to demonstrate measurable benefits to HFA targeted customers and underserved markets
- Have a proven track record of success in the marketplace
- Provide benefits that outweigh costs
- Demonstrate effective use of resources
- Effectively employ partnerships
- Achieve strategic objectives
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Nebraska Investment Finance Authority (Winner)
Nebraska Investment Finance Authority (Winner):
"Housing Study Grant Program - Knowledge is Key"
To encourage new housing production a community first needs Knowledge: of what they have, of what they want/need & what resources are available.
Washington State Housing Finance Commission:
"Green Homes Partnership: Energy-Efficient and Affordable Residential Development"
This partnership with a private developer has financed 16 Seattle-area homes that are both highly energy efficient and affordable.