Public Notices

LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE OF RULE MAKING
NEW HAMPSHIRE HOUSING FINANCE AUTHORITY

New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority is considering the repeal of Rules related to Security Deposit Guarantee Program (HFA 501); Owner’s Assistance Program (HFA 502); Family Resident Service Coordinator Initiative Rules (HFA 503); Emergency Housing Program Rules (504) as these rules are no longer necessary.  The Authority’s Board of Directors will take action on these rules on or after April 27, 2017.  The repeal of these rules is expected to take effect no less than 30 days after the publication of this notice.

New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority is considering the adoption of Rules related to Family Self-Sufficiency Program Loan and Grant Rules (HFA 505); Housing Choice Voucher Program Home Repair Grants (HFA 506).  In furtherance of this goal, the current Housing Choice Voucher Program Loan and Grant Rules (HFA 505) will be split into Family Self-Sufficiency Program Loan and Grant Rules (HFA 505) and Housing Choice Voucher Program Home Repair Grants (HFA 506).  These rules are being adopted to more fully reflect the statutory requirements in RSA 204-C.  The Authority’s Board of Directors will take action on these rules on or after April 27, 2017.  The adoption of these rules is expected to take effect no less than 30 days after the publication of this notice.

For further information, go to www.nhhfa.org or contact Lynn Lippitt, New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority, 32 Constitution Drive, Bedford, NH 03110, 603-310-9287 or via email at housingservices@nhhfa.org

 


LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF RULE MAKING
NEW HAMPSHIRE HOUSING FINANCE AUTHORITY

New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority is considering the repeal of Rules related to Saco Woods Special Program Rules (HFA 303); Borrower Assistance Program Guidelines (HFA 304); Housing Expense Loan Program Rules (HFA 306); Purchase/Rehabilitation Program Rules (HFA 307); Direct Commitment Program (HFA 310); Low and Moderate Income Housing Loan Program (HFA 312); Mortgage Assistance Program (HFA 314); Home Keeper Program (HFA 315); Home Access Program (HFA 319); Voucher Assisted Mortgage Program (HFA 320); 2-Under Option (HFA 321); Manufactured Housing Replacement Program (HFA 322); Affordable Construction Program (HFA 323); American Dream Program (HFA 324); New Production Initiative (HFA 325); Home Advantage Program (HFA 327) to more fully reflect the statutory requirements in RSA 204-C.  The Authority’s Board of Directors will take action on these rules on or after March 23, 2017.  The repeal of these rules is expected to take effect no less than 30 days after the publication of this notice.

New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority is considering the re-adoption of Rules related to General Homeownership Division Rules (HFA 301); General Loan Programs (HFA 320); Emergency Home Repair (HFA 331); Housing Loan Trust (HFA 332); Mortgage Credit Certificate Program (HFA 341) to more fully reflect the statutory requirements in RSA 204-C.  The Authority’s Board of Directors will take action on these rules on or after March 23, 2017.  These amended rules are expected to be effective no less than 30 days after the publication of this notice.

New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority is considering the adoption of Rules related to Participating Lenders and Participating Originators (HFA 311); MRB Loan Program; Occupancy, Rental and Assumption for Loans Financed by Mortgage Revenue Bonds (HFA 322).  Participating Lenders (HFA 313) and Participating Originators (HFA 326) are being combined into Participating Lenders and Participating Originators (HFA 311).  Assumption of MRB Financed Mortgages (HFA 302) and Occupancy/Rental of Homes Financed Under the Single Family Mortgage Program (HFA 308) are being combined into MRB Loan Program: Occupancy, Rental and Assumption for Loans Financed by Mortgage Revenue Bonds (HFA 322).  These rules are being adopted to more fully reflect the statutory requirements in RSA 204-C.  The Authority’s Board of Directors will take action on these rules on or after March 23, 2017.  These adopted rules are expected to be effective no less than 30 days after the publication of this notice.

New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority is considering the re-adoption of Rules related to Scamman Estates, Hudson, New Hampshire (HFA 333) to more fully reflect the statutory requirements in RSA 204-D.  The Authority’s Board of Directors will take action on these rules on or after March 23, 2017.  These amended rules are expected to be effective no less than 30 days after the publication of this notice.

For further information, go to www.nhhfa.org or contact Andrew Cadorette, New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority, 32 Constitution Drive, Bedford, NH 03110, 603-310-9287 or via email at ownershipinfo@nhhfa.org. 

 


Public Notice
RFP for Projects serving Populations with Special Needs - NHHFA Funded

A public hearing is scheduled for March 21 at 2:30pm at New Hampshire Housing's offices, 32 Constitution Drive, Bedford, NH (east entrance). Please see the contact information below for more information.

New Hampshire Housing is seeking applications for financing from qualified developers for projects that will provide supportive housing in any area of the state to individuals with special needs. All proposals will be evaluated on scoring criteria detailed in this RFP.  The scoring criteria and other information regarding the application process is available from the Authority’s website at www.nhhfa.org. For further information on the Special Needs program, please contact Christine Lavallee at 603-310-9307 or email multifaminfo@nhhfa.org.

All application materials must be uploaded electronically to the Online Data Manager (ODM), www.ctkodm.com/nhhfa by 4:30 PM on May 9th, 2017. When uploading your application to the ODM system, ensure that you choose in the Funding Round/Program field, “Special Needs – NHHFA Funded” as the type of application you are submitting. If you do not yet have an ODM account you must contact Laurel Treamer no later than March 31st, 2017 to set up an account.