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Housing Tax Credit

Housing Tax Credit

When you’re developing an affordable housing project, federal and state Housing Tax Credits provide a significant source of equity. In fact, they’ve provided approximately $5.4 billion in equity for affordable rental housing in Colorado since the program began.

CHFA allocates these housing tax credits and administers the program in accordance with its Qualified Allocation Plan (QAP).

Affordable Housing for Coloradans

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2022 Dates and Deadlines

Important housing tax credit allocation dates and deadlines.

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Building the Future

Watch the video to hear from Colorado affordable rental housing residents describe their communities and the passion they have for them.
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CHFA Affordable Housing Development Cost Dashboard

This dashboard presents data on the costs of developing affordable housing supported with Housing Tax Credits in Colorado. Data is available from the last five years and can be explored by year, the five-year span, region, credit type, resident population, and development type.

2021 Housing Tax Credit Scorecard

The guiding principles and summary of how the awarded competitive developments align with the Qualified Allocation Plan (QAP).

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Denver, CO 80202

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