- Program Rules
- Publications & Reports
- Statutory Reporting
- NH Consolidated Planning For HUD
- Housing and Demographic Data
- HUD Limits
New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority publishes an annual report of its activities for each fiscal year, as required by statute.
Financial Statements & Independent Auditors’ Reports
- FY 2019 Financial Statements and Independent Auditors’ Report
- FY 2018 Financial Statements and Independent Auditors’ Report
Secondary Market Disclosure Reports
NHHFA posts its quarterly secondary market disclosure reports and other data related to its single-family bond issues to the Electronic Municipal Market Access (EMMA) website on an as-needed basis.
Municipal Advisor Notice
New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority is represented by Caine Mitter & Associates (Caine Mitter) and relies on the advice of Caine Mitter, an independent registered municipal advisor, with respect to its outstanding municipal securities and the issuance of future municipal securities (including investment of bond proceeds and other bond related escrow funds).
NHHFA intends that market participants seeking to provide advice and information to New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority regarding its outstanding municipal securities or the issuance of municipal securities (including investment of bond proceeds and other bond related escrow funds) may receive and rely on this representation for purposes of the independent municipal advisor exemption set forth in the Municipal Advisor Rules of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The annual Program and Resource Allocation Plan identifies broad goals and objectives, establishes priorities, and allocates the financial resources available to NHHFA-specific program initiatives.
New Hampshire Housing is required to prepare or update on a biennial basis a state housing plan to address the housing needs of low- and moderate-income individuals and families. The plan is submitted to the Governor and Executive Council, the Speaker of the House, and the President of the Senate for comment. Although this is by definition a two-year plan, housing needs analysis and housing program planning are conducted annually by NHHFA.