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Looking for talking points or FAQs to prepare for a meeting on Capitol Hill? A copy of NCSHA’s annual Factbook? Housing research and analysis? A presentation from a recent conference to share with a colleague? A reference guide for Housing Credit, HOME, MRBs, or Section 8 program administration? You’ve come to the right place: The NCSHA Resource Center is your source for this important information and much more. Refer to the right sidebar to see resource categories or use the search bar to search resources by topic.

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IRS Published Revenue Procedure 2016-15

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued regulations amending the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (Housing Credit) compliance monitoring requirements to revise and clarify physical inspection and certification review rules. In conjunction with the new regulations, IRS published Revenue Procedure 2016-15, which further explains the implementation of the new regulations.

IRS Publishes Regulations Amending the Housing Credit Compliance Monitoring Requirements

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued regulations amending the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (Housing Credit) compliance monitoring requirements to revise and clarify physical inspection and certification review rules.

NCSHA 2016 Congressional Handout

The 2016 NCSHA Congressional Handout is available for download here. This effective tool may be used when speaking to members of Congress, state officials, and business partners alike. Filled with recent statistics and compelling graphics, this informational brochure may be used to share with your constituents the important work that HFAs do and why they do it.

NCSHA’s Key Questions for HFAs in FHFA’s Proposed Duty to Serve Rule

In December, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) released its proposed “Duty to Serve” rule for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. This rule requires Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to support housing opportunities for lower income families in three underserved segments of the housing finance market: manufactured housing, affordable housing preservation, and homeownership opportunities in rural areas.

NCSHA’s 2016 Priorities Briefing PowerPoint

NCSHA’s 2016 Priorities Briefing PowerPoint

Administration’s FY 2017 Budget

Proposes funding for all federal programs, including HUD and USDA rural housing programs, for FY 2017.

Housing Industry Sign-on Letter to Congress on HR 3700, The Housing Opportunities through Modernization Act

The undersigned organizations, which include a broad cross-section of stakeholders in the housing affordability realm, urge House passage of “The Housing Opportunities through Modernization Act” (H.R. 3700), without addition of divisive measures that would undermine the broad consensus behind these commonsense reforms. Our nation faces tremendous housing needs.

NCSHA’s 2016 Business, Legislative, and Regulatory Priorities

The National Council of State Housing Agencies (NCSHA) is a national nonprofit, nonpartisan organization created by the nation’s state Housing Finance Agencies (HFAs) to advance through advocacy and education their efforts to provide affordable housing to those who need it.

HUD Federal Register Notice on DDAs and QCTs

HUD published a Notice in the Federal Register designating Difficult Development Areas (DDA) and Qualified Census Tracts (QCT) for 2018.

The HOME Investment Partnerships Program’s Impact on America’s Families and Communities

This first-of-its-kind report analyzes the program’s economic impact in all 50 states and features over 100 HOME Success Stories from communities across the nation.