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CARH’S BROADCAST E-MAIL — Member Update Did you ever wish there was an easier way to hear about newly released regulations from Rural Development (RD), Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD), Department of Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, Small Business Administration, Government Accountability Office, and other agencies that impact the affordable rural housing industry? Well,…

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Family Self Sufficiency NOFO Released – Multifamily Owners Eligible for the First Time

HUD’s Office of Housing released the following information on August 4, 2022:   Dear Multifamily Owners and Program Operators,  We are excited to share with you that the Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) Program Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for Fiscal Year 2022 published today. For the first time, owners participating in HUD’s Multifamily Section 8 project-based rental…

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CARH’S BROADCAST E-MAIL – Regulatory Alert Rural Development’s Office of Multifamily Housing published a bulletin providing information on a webinar and MFH’s Field Operations’ staff quarterly meeting. 1) Webinar – Today (Wednesday) August 3, 2022, at 1:00 p.m., Eastern GSA’s Integrated Award Environment (IAE) will host a series of events to share information…

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June/July 2022 Edition of CARH News

CARH’S BROADCAST E-MAIL – CARH News The June/July 2022 edition of CARH News, the Council for Affordable and Rural Housing’s (CARH) bimonthly electronic newsletter, is now available online on CARH’s website,, or for viewing by clicking here. In this issue, you will find: CARH Annual Meeting & Legislative Conference Recap Counsel’s Corner: Treasury Announces…

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Treasury Announces New Steps to Increase Affordable Housing Supply and Lower Long-Term Housing Costs for American Families

Today, the Department of Treasury announced new guidance to increase state, local, and tribal governments’ ability to use Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (SLFRF) authorized in the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) to support affordable housing development, including through the Housing Credit. Read Treasury’s Press Release.  

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