QAP 2020

 low income housing tax credits

affordable housing for coloradans​​

When you’re develo​ping an affordable housing project, Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTCs) provide a significant source of equity. In fact, they’ve provided over $2 billion in equity for affordable rental housing in Colorado since the program began in Colorado. 

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

See the current plan, including drafts and changes, as well as historical plans for previous years.

Hear from residents, developers, architects, and contractors as they discuss affordable housing’s role in helping to shape sustainable communities.​

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View a list of current LIHTC allocations, a report showing historic allocations, and a map detailing developments by county.

Learn all about the LIHTC program, including its history, how it works, and its impact on Colorado affordable housing. 

Get information on how to submit an application to CHFA for an allocation of tax credits.

Receive CHFA Tax Credit eNews to stay on top of program updates, regulation changes, allocations, and other industry-related news.​

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