State Implementation of TCAP and Section 1602

U.S. Government Accountability Office

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About you

1.  Who is primarily responsible for completing this questionnaire, in case we need to contact you about your responses?
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Housing Program Background

2.  Compared to recent years, considering both urban and rural areas, is your state's current market for low income housing tax credits:
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3.  Compared to recent years, how would you characterize the current housing tax credit market in urban versus rural areas in your state? Is it:
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4.  What is the approximate average tax credit price set at closing in your state for the following years?
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  Cents paid per dollar tax credit
  2008:
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  Cents paid per dollar tax credit
  2009:
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  Cents paid per dollar tax credit
 
5.  What challenges, if any, has your state HFA faced starting or completing low income housing tax credit (LIHTC) projects prior to the availability of TCAP and Section 1602 program funds?
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TCAP

  The questions in this section are specifically about the Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP). You will have an opportunity to share information regarding the Section 1602 program later in the questionnaire.
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6.  Are you planning to use TCAP funds to award grants, loans, or both to selected projects?
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IF "LOANS" or "BOTH": What loan term, in years, will you consider?
 
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  IF "LOANS" or "BOTH": What interest rate(s) will you consider?
 
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7.  Have you received any applications for TCAP funding?
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8.  How would you describe your application process (e.g., rolling application, multiple application rounds) and what is the expected timeline for receiving applications?
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9.  Have you reached the following milestones in the process of implementing the TCAP program?
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a. Began awarding funds to projects?
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IF YES: What dollar amount of funding has your HFA awarded so far?
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IF NO: By what approximate date do you expect to do that?
 
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b. Began disbursing funds to projects?
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IF YES: What dollar amount of funding has your HFA disbursed so far?
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IF NO: By what approximate date do you expect to do that?
 
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10.  Are applications for TCAP funding for 9% tax credit projects treated differently than non-competitive 4% tax credit projects?
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IF YES: Please describe the differences in the application and/or selection process, and any special selection criteria established for non-competitive 4% tax credit projects.
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TCAP Applications & Projects

11.  Approximately how many 9% LIHTC projects in your state are eligible for TCAP funding? Enter numeric digits.
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IF ANY PROJECTS: Approximately how many tax credit housing units do these 9% projects include?
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12.  Approximately how many 4% LIHTC projects in your state are eligible for TCAP funding? Enter numeric digits.
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IF ANY PROJECTS: Approximately how many tax credit housing units do these 4% projects include?
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13.  To date, how many TCAP applications have been received in your state?
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IF ANY APPLICATIONS: How many tax credit housing units do these applications include?
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  IF ANY APPLICATIONS: What was the total amount of funding requested in those applications?
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14.  Approximately how many total TCAP applications do you expect to receive in your state?
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IF ANY APPLICATIONS: How many tax credit housing units do you expect the total amount of applications to include?
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15.  What is the total amount of TCAP funding available to your state?
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16.  Based on the amount of your state's TCAP allocation, how many total projects do you anticipate being able to finance in part with TCAP funds? Enter numeric digits; "0" if none.
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IF ANY PROJECTS: And how many tax credit housing units do you anticipate financing in part with TCAP funds?
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17.  What is the approximate total number of projects that were originally allocated tax credits in Calendar Year 2007? Enter numeric digits; "0" if none. Please provide your best estimate.
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IF ANY PROJECTS: What is the estimated number of such projects that your agency expects may receive a TCAP award?
 
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IF ANY PROJECTS: And what do you expect the total amount of TCAP awards may be to such projects receiving CY 2007 tax credits?
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18.  What is the approximate total number of projects that were originally allocated tax credits in Calendar Year 2008? Enter numeric digits; "0" if none. Please provide your best estimate.
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IF ANY PROJECTS: What is the estimated number of such projects that your agency expects may receive a TCAP award?
 
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IF ANY PROJECTS: And what do you expect the total amount of TCAP awards may be to such projects receiving CY 2008 tax credits?
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19.  What is the approximate total number of projects that were originally allocated tax credits in Calendar Year 2009? Enter numeric digits; "0" if none. Please provide your best estimate.
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IF ANY PROJECTS: What is the estimated number of such projects that your agency expects may receive a TCAP award?
 
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IF ANY PROJECTS: And what do you expect the total amount of TCAP awards may be to such projects receiving CY 2009 tax credits?
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20.  What is the approximate total number of projects that were forward committed Calendar Year 2010 tax credits in 2009? Enter numeric digits; "0" if none. Please provide your best estimate.
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IF ANY PROJECTS: What is the estimated number of such projects that your agency expects may receive a TCAP award?
 
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IF ANY PROJECTS: And what do you expect the total amount of TCAP awards may be to such projects receiving CY 2010 tax credits?
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21.  How important is each of the following criteria in your selection of projects for TCAP funding?
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  a. Ability to complete the project within TCAP program deadlines
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  b. Project has met or will meet cross cutting federal requirements including prevailing wage and environmental review
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  c. Submission of plans or approvals to local government
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  d. Status of engineering and construction drawings completed
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  e. Certified documentation of estimated date of closing
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  f. Commitment of investors
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  g. Status of financing
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  h. Development team capacity and track record
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  i. Lower funding per tax credit housing unit constructed or rehabilitated
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  j. Tax credit allocation year (e.g. preference for projects allocated older tax credits)
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  k. Type of tax credit (9% LIHTC versus 4% LIHTC)
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  l. Extent to which projects meet critical housing needs in your state
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  m. Job creation
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  n. Other - Please describe in the box below
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  IF OTHER:
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22.  To meet TCAP monitoring and reporting requirements, in your opinion, how easy or difficult will it be to do each of the following?
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  a. Obtain timely reports from developers
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  b. Use the Integrated Disbursement and Information System (IDIS) to report project progress and funding status
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  c. Use the Recovery Act Management and Performance System (RAMPS) to report on environmental requirements under Section 1609 of ARRA
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  d. Use federalreporting.gov to meet federal reporting requirements under section 1512 of the Recovery Act
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  e. Assign enough staff to complete monitoring and reporting activities
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  f. Train staff to complete monitoring and reporting activities
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  g. Coordinate with other state and local agencies to support reporting activities
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  h. Other - Please describe in the box below
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  IF OTHER:
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23.  In your opinion, over the long term how easy or difficult will it be to meet TCAP monitoring and reporting requirements?
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IF SOMEWHAT OR VERY DIFFICULT: Could you explain why it will be difficult?
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NEPA

24.  Do you currently have any projects that were not required to comply with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) before they applied for or received a TCAP award?
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25.  Approximately how many projects do you expect will need to comply with NEPA that were not previously required to comply?
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26.  In your opinion, what will be the approximate average increase in per-project development costs associated with NEPA compliance for those projects that were not previously required to comply?
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27.  On average, how much time do you think it will take a project to receive HUD's executed "Authority to Use Grant Funds" approval, considering the following factors: the status of projects eligible for TCAP funds from your agency, the average length of the environmental review, and HUD processing timelines?
Provide your answer starting from the date of the owner's TCAP application if you have engaged in a formal application process, or the date an owner accepts an award of TCAP funds if you have issued solicitation letters to eligible owners.
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28.  Prior to receiving TCAP funds, has your agency ever administered federal programs that required compliance with NEPA?
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29.  IF YES: For which of the following federal programs?
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  a. HUD HOME Investment Partnership Program
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  b. USDA RD Section 538 Guaranteed Rural Rental Housing Program
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  c. USDA RD Section 515 Rural Rental Housing Program
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  d. Community Development Block Grants (CDBG)
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  e. Federal Housing Administration Multifamily
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  f. Other - Please describe in the box below
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30.  Who conducts reviews of any environmental assessments for projects receiving TCAP funds?
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IF ANOTHER AGENCY OR 3RD PARTY: What is the name of that agency or organization?
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31.  Which agencies and what funding sources are covering any administrative costs related to the review of the environmental assessments completed for projects receiving TCAP funds?
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32.  How much of an increase, if any, do you think there will be to your agency's administrative costs as a result of complying with NEPA for the TCAP program?
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33.  What is the most significant benefit of meeting the NEPA requirements?
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34.  What is the most significant challenge to meeting the NEPA requirements?
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Davis-Bacon

35.  Do you currently have any projects that were not required to comply with Davis-Bacon Prevailing Wages requirements before they applied for or received a TCAP award?
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36.  Approximately how many projects do you expect will need to comply with Davis-Bacon that were not previously required to comply?
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37.  In your opinion, what will be the approximate average increase in per-project development costs associated with Davis-Bacon compliance for those projects that were not previously required to comply?
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38.  Prior to receiving TCAP funds, has your agency ever administered federal programs that required compliance with Davis-Bacon?
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39.  IF YES: Which of the following federal programs were they?
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  a. HUD HOME Investment Partnership Program
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  b. USDA RD Section 538 Guaranteed Rural Rental Housing Program
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  c. USDA RD Section 515 Rural Rental Housing Program
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  d. Community Development Block Grants (CDBG)
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  e. Federal Housing Administration Multifamily
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  f. Other - Please describe in the box below
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40.  How much of an increase, if any, do you think there will be to your agency's administrative costs as a result of monitoring compliance with Davis-Bacon for the TCAP program?
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41.  What is the most significant benefit of meeting Davis-Bacon requirements?
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42.  What is the most significant challenge to meeting Davis-Bacon requirements?
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Other TCAP requirements

43.  Does compliance with any of the following other federal requirements pose any challenges to TCAP program implementation?
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  a. Fair Housing Act
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  b. Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
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  c. The Age Discrimination Act of 1975
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  d. Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing
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  e. Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
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  f. The Lead Based Paint Poisoning Prevention Act and the Residential Lead Based Paint Hazard Reduction Act of 1992
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  g. Other - Please describe in the box below
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  IF OTHER:
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44.  IF YES TO ANY REQUIREMENTS ABOVE: What are those challenges to TCAP implementation?
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45.  What are the challenges, if any, posed by the program income requirements outlined in HUD notice CPD-09-03, as revised?
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46.  What conditions are you including in your agreements with project owners to enable your agency to recapture TCAP funds in accordance with HUD requirements?
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47.  How satisfied or dissatisfied are you with the assistance that you have received from HUD regarding the TCAP program?
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48.  What comments do you have, if any, on the type of assistance that you have received from HUD headquarters and/or field offices?
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49.  What changes, if any, do you suggest for the TCAP program?
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Section 1602

  This section asks similar questions about your state's participation in the Section 1602 grant program (also referred to as the tax credit exchange program), and what amount of housing tax credits, if any, your state plans to exchange through the Section 1602 program.
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50.  Of your credit ceiling, approximately what dollar amount is returned from the following years?
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51.  What amount of the following types of low income housing tax credits have you or do you plan to exchange?
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  a. Per capita credit
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  Total 2009 per capita credit exchanged to date: Enter numeric digits; "0" if none.
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Additional 2009 per capita credit planned for exchange:

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IF NOT SURE OF ADDITIONAL EXCHANGE AMOUNT: Please explain below.
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b. National pool credit
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Total 2009 national pool credit exchanged to date: Enter numeric digits; "0" if none.
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Additional 2009 national pool credit planned for exchange:

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IF NOT SURE OF ADDITIONAL EXCHANGE AMOUNT: Please explain below.
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c. Unused 2008 credit
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Total unused 2008 credit exchanged to date: Enter numeric digits; "0" if none.
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Additional unused 2008 credit planned for exchange:

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IF NOT SURE OF ADDITIONAL EXCHANGE AMOUNT: Please explain below.
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d. Returned credit
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Total 2009 returned credit exchanged to date: Enter numeric digits; "0" if none.
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Additional 2009 returned credit planned for exchange:

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IF NOT SURE OF ADDITIONAL EXCHANGE AMOUNT: Please explain below.
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52.  Of the total amount of 2009 returned credit exchanged to date or planned for exchange, what amount was returned from:
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  2008 allocations?
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  2007 allocations?
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53.  How likely or unlikely is it that your HFA will make any future requests to Treasury for the exchange of low income housing tax credits?
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54.  IF VERY OR SOMEWHAT LIKELY: What is the expected timing of such requests?
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55.  IF NO PLANS TO EXCHANGE UNDER SECTION 1602 PROGRAM: What are your agency's reasons for not planning to participate in the program?
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  IF NO PLANS TO EXCHANGE UNDER SECTION 1602 PROGRAM:
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Section 1602 Projects & Administration

56.  How many total projects do you anticipate being able to finance in part with Section 1602 funds? Enter numeric digits; "0" if none.
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57.  IF ANY: In these projects, how many housing units do you anticipate being able to finance in part with Section 1602 funds?
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58.  How many total projects do you anticipate will be awarded both TCAP and Section 1602 funds? Enter numeric digits; "0" if none.
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59.  IF ANY: In these projects, how many housing units do you anticipate will be funded in part with TCAP and Section 1602 funds?
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60.  How important is each of the following criteria in your selection of projects for Section 1602 funding?
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  a. Ability to complete the project within Section 1602 program deadlines
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  b. Submission of plans or approvals to local government
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  c. Status of engineering and construction drawings completed
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  d. Certified documentation of estimated date of closing
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  e. Amount of tax credits with investor commitment
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Moderately important
Somewhat important
Slightly important
Not at all important
Don't know
  f. Status of financing
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  g. Development team capacity and track record
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  h. Lower funding per tax credit housing unit constructed or rehabilitated
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  i. Tax credit allocation year (e.g. preference for projects allocated older tax credits)
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  j. Type of tax credit (9% LIHTC versus 4% LIHTC)
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  k. Job creation
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  l. Extent to which projects meet critical housing needs in your state
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  m. Other - Please describe in the box below
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  IF OTHER:
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61.  Do you expect to award Section 1602 funding to any projects that do not include any low income housing tax credits as part of the financing?
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IF YES: Of these, how many projects were previously allocated low income housing tax credits?
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  IF YES: Of these, how many projects never included low income housing tax credits as part of the planned financing?
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62.  What concerns, if any, does your agency have with managing the Section 1602 recapture requirements as described in Treasury guidance?
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63.  In your opinion, how easy or difficult will it be to meet Section 1602 quarterly reporting requirements?
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IF SOMEWHAT OR VERY DIFFICULT: Could you explain why it will be difficult?
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64.  How satisfied or dissatisfied are you with the assistance that you have received from Treasury regarding the Section 1602 program?
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65.  What comments do you have, if any, on the type of assistance that you have received from Treasury regarding the Section 1602 program?
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66.  What changes, if any, do you suggest for the Section 1602 program?
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Asset and Program Management

  The questions in this section once again relate to both the TCAP and Section 1602 programs. Please answer the following questions related to compliance with asset management requirements considering both the TCAP and Section 1602 programs, as applicable.
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67.  For TCAP, in which of the following ways do you plan to address asset management requirements?
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  a. Use existing staff?
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  c. Outsource?
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  d. Take other measures? Please describe in the box below
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  IF OTHER MEASURES:
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68.  For Section 1602, in which of the following ways do you plan to address asset management requirements?
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  a. Use existing staff?
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  c. Outsource?
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  IF OTHER MEASURES:
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69.  IF HIRING NEW STAFF FOR TCAP OR SECTION 1602: How many new staff do you plan to hire, and for what functions or additional activities?
Please specify any differences in staff hired and/or activities performed for TCAP versus the Section 1602 program.
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70.  IF OUTSOURCING FOR TCAP OR SECTION 1602: For what functions or additional activities do you plan to outsource?
Please specify any differences in activities outsourced for the TCAP versus the Section 1602 program.
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71.  Are you planning to charge asset management fees to projects awarded TCAP funding?
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IF YES: How much do you plan to charge for TCAP?
Estimate fee amounts to the extent possible.
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72.  Are you planning to charge asset management fees to projects awarded Section 1602 funding?
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IF YES: How much do you plan to charge for Section 1602?
Estimate fee amounts to the extent possible.
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73.  In your opinion, how easy or difficult will it be to meet asset management requirements for the TCAP programs?
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IF SOMEWHAT OR VERY DIFFICULT: Could you explain why it will be difficult?
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74.  In your opinion, how easy or difficult will it be to meet asset management requirements for the Section 1602 programs?
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IF SOMEWHAT OR VERY DIFFICULT: Could you explain why it will be difficult?
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75.  Has your agency hired, or does it plan to hire, new staff or outsource any other activities related to program administration and management of TCAP programs?
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IF YES: For what functions or what additional activities does your agency plan to hire new staff or outsource?
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76.  Has your agency hired, or does it plan to hire, new staff or outsource any other activities related to program administration and management of Section 1602 programs?
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Internal Controls & Safeguards

77.  What processes have you put in place to verify the accuracy and usefulness (e.g., transparent project descriptions) of project construction data that is reported by project owners for the TCAP and Section 1602 programs?
Please specify any differences in information collected and frequency for TCAP versus the Section 1602 program.
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78.  In your opinion, how easy or difficult will it be to track disbursement of TCAP funds for each project?
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79.  In your opinion, how easy or difficult will it be to track disbursement of Section 1602 funds for each project?
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80.  What changes in oversight activities, if any, has your agency put in place to assure compliance with the TCAP and Section 1602 programs?
Please specify any differences in changes made for compliance with the TCAP versus the Section 1602 program.
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81.  In your opinion, how easy or difficult will it be to implement any changes to your agency's internal controls due to implementation of the TCAP program?
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82.  And in your opinion, how easy or difficult will it be to implement any changes to your agency's internal controls due to implementation of the Section 1602 program?
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83.  What best practices, if any, has your agency put into place to mitigate risk of project failure for TCAP and Section 1602 funded projects?
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Monitoring Results & Impact

84.  What steps has your HFA taken to ensure the reliability of the job counts being reported for the TCAP and the Section 1602 programs?
Please specify any differences for TCAP versus the Section 1602 programs.
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85.  What guidance have you received from federal entities on reporting project data under the TCAP program?
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86.  What guidance have you received from federal entities on reporting project data under the Section 1602 program?
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87.  What challenges, if any, does your agency face in meeting the TCAP and Section 1602 reporting requirements?
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88.  In your opinion, what level of positive impact, if any, do you think the TCAP and Section 1602 programs will have on the following in your state?
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High impact
Some impact
Little or no impact
Don't know
  a. Health of affordable housing market
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  b. Job creation and preservation
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  c. Assistance to those most impacted by the recession
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  d. Infrastructure investment
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  e. Stabilization of state and local government budgets
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89.  Even with funds from TCAP and the Section 1602 programs, are you having or do you anticipate having problems with the financial feasibility of tax credit projects?
a.
b.
c.
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IF YES: Could you please describe those problems?
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Special Issues

90.  Is your HFA considering the discretionary 30% boost in eligible basis under the Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008 in the selection of projects for either TCAP or Section 1602 funding?
a.
b.
c.
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IF YES: Please explain
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91.  Do you have any projects using 2007 tax credits in your state where activity took place but construction was put on hold or construction was stopped due to financing issues?
a.
b.
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IF YES: How many LIHTC projects?
 
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  IF YES: How many tax credit housing units?
 
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92.  Do you have any projects using 2008 tax credits in your state where activity took place but construction was put on hold or construction was stopped due to financing issues?
a.
b.
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IF YES: How many LIHTC projects?
 
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  IF YES: How many tax credit housing units?
 
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93.  Do you have any projects using 2009 tax credits in your state where activity took place but construction was put on hold or construction was stopped due to financing issues?
a.
b.
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IF YES: How many LIHTC projects?
 
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  IF YES: How many tax credit housing units?
 
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94.  IF "YES" TO ANY 2007-2009 ON-HOLD OR STOPPED PROJECTS: How many of these projects, if any, do you expect will be restarted with TCAP funding?
Enter number of projects, or "0" if none.
  projects
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95.  IF "YES" TO ANY 2007-2009 ON-HOLD OR STOPPED PROJECTS: And how many of these projects, if any, do you expect will be restarted with Section 1602 funding?
Enter number of projects, or "0" if none.
  projects
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96.  Do you have a state housing tax credit program that is similar to the federal LIHTC?
a.
b.
c.
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IF YES: What is or will be the impact, if any, of TCAP and Section 1602 on the state LIHTC tax credit program?
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97.  What challenges, if any, has your agency encountered when combining the TCAP and Section 1602 funding with other sources of state or federal financing?
Please specify any differences for TCAP versus the Section 1602 program.
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98.  What, if any, innovative approaches or actions has your agency or other state affiliate taken to provide funding to LIHTC projects in your state?
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99.  Do you have any other comments or suggestions related to the issues addressed in this questionnaire, or explanations of any of your answers in this questionnaire?
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Finished?

100.  Have you finished this questionnaire?
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