lihtc compliance


​As your LIHTC compliance resource, we have provided compliance manuals, program forms, training opportunities, and online tools to help you stay on top of LIHTC compliance regulations. ​

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​compliance manuals​​

These compliance manuals answer questions regarding procedures, rules, and regulations.

​ utility allowance policy​​​

land use restriction agreement (lura)​

Specific requirements for each property are detailed in the property's regulatory agreement or Land Use Restriction Agreement (LURA). You can obtain copies of these documents through Insight​

training schedule

Take LIHTC Compliance training through our chfareach program, CHFA’s statewide education program for affordable housing communities in Colorado.​


​attention new tax credit developments

The Qualified Allocation Plan requires that at least one mangement representative and one ownership representative attend a CHFA session or a compliance training session approved by CHFA prior to receiving their IRS Form(s) 8609 from CHFA.

Providing Housing for Individuals in the Event of a Federally Declared Disaster

Individuals displaced from their principal place of residence by a federally designated major disaster may reside in LIHTC properties in Colorado, despite income requirements, with consideration of other requirements established in law. To learn more click here.

Owners of LIHTC properties who wish to provide temporary emergency housing to displaced individuals must have written approval from CHFA to do so. To learn more and obtain the necessary forms that must be completed and approved in advance, please click here.


contact ​

CHFA LIHTC Compliance​ is ready to answer your propery compliance questions.