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Affordable Housing Disposition Program (AHDP)
Statewide Compliance Monitoring - Approx. 129 properties - 2700 Units

Affordable Housing List
A list of all the Affordable Housing Rentals in Arizona.
Click here to view

Income Limits
List of Income & Rent Limits County.
2018 Income & Rent Limits are now available below.

Apache County 2018
| 2017 | 2016
Cochise County 2018
| 2017 | 2016
Maricopa County (Phoenix Metro Area) 2018 |
2017 | 2016
Pima County (Tucson)
2018 | 2017 | 2016

Norwich-New London 2018

Indanapolis | Carmel | Anderson Counties
2018 | 2017

St. Louis County 2018

Columbus, OH MSA 2018 |
Toledo, OH MSA
2018 | 2017

Property Owners Manual
All 9 Chapters you need for your property.

Chapter 1 - Introduction
Chapter 2 - Multifamily Property Requirements
Chapter 3 - Achievment Compliance
Chapter 4 - Determining Income Eligibility
Chapter 5 - Rent and Lease Requirements
Chapter 6 - Reporting, Record-Keeping and Administrative Requirements
Chapter 7 - Financial Infeasiblity Waivers
Chapter 8 - Compliance Procedures for Condominium Bulk Purchases
Chapter 9 - Compliance Procedures for Single Family Bulk Sales to Public Agencies and NonProfit

All the forms you need for your
property reporting.

Required Forms
Verification of Information
- Online Form

Compliance Report Summary Part A
Unit Status Report Part B
Tenant Income Certification
Affordable Housing Lease Addendum
Tenant Release and Consent Sample Forms
Asset Verification 
Employment Verification
Tenant Income Telephone Verification 
Child Support or Alimony Verification
Certification of Zero Income
Rental Application

Other Important Information
Guide for determining Annual Income
Forms of Income Verification
Land Use Restriction Agreements
Homebuyer Income Certification

The RTC Affordable Housing Disposition Program was established by section 501 of the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act (FIRREA) of 1989. Regulations governing the AHDP were issued in April 1990, with the basic statutory obligation being to ensure the preservation of affordable housing by providing home ownership and maintaining rental opportunities for moderate-income, lowincome, and very-low-income households. The two components of the AHDP are the Single-Family Program and the Multi-Family Program. In 1991, with the extensive amending of FIRREA by the Resolution Trust Corporation Refinancing, Restructuring, and Improvement Act (RTCRRIA), the RTC added condominium units to the AHDP and generally treat them as single-family properties.

The RTC classifies households as low-income when their income does not exceed 80 percent of the area median income as established by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The RTC classified very-low-income households as those with income that does not exceed 50 percent of the area median income as established by HUD. Rents that can be charged to these households are restricted according to a formula based on income figures for the area of the property.