NCSHA Data and Research
Each year, NCSHA conducts a comprehensive survey of HFA program activity and compiles it in the State HFA Factbook. This information supports NCSHA's advocacy within Congress, the Administration, and the numerous federal agencies concerned with housing by providing hard evidence of HFA program results and successes. The Factbook also helps HFAs to compare their programs and operations to those of other HFAs and to learn from one another.
Below is NCSHA's chart detailing state Housing Finance Agencies (HFAs) serving as Performance-Based Contract Administrators (PBCAs) and their portfolios for 2019. Currently, 33 state Housing Finance Agencies (HFAs) serve as PBCAs.
Below is NCSHA's list of HFA's Administering the National Housing Trust Fund (HTF) from 2016 to present.
Below is a map detailing Performance-Based Contract Administrators (PBCA) by state. Currently, 33 state Housing Finance Agencies (HFAs) serve as PBCAs.
In this December 2018 interview with Affordable Housing Finance, NCSHA Executive Director Stockton Williams discusses the Housing Credit income-averaging option and what it means for state Housing Finance Agencies and developers.
The link below reflects income averaging policies state allocating agencies have shared with NCSHA as of December 5, 2018. There may be additional states that have published policies since that date...
The Opportunity Zone Fund Directory is a compilation of Opportunity Zone funding opportunities. This resource provides descriptions and contact information for publicly-announced funds that have been...
NCSHA and IRS Webinar on forms submission process for IRS Forms 8909, 8610, 9610 Schedule A, and 8823.
The Low Income Housing Tax Credit (Housing Credit) is the most important public policy that directly supports the development of desperately needed rental apartments lower-income households can...