Rental Housing Lending
When it comes to financing your multifamily rental development, there is no one-size-fits-all. We have products that serve different income groups. All of our loans are funded with taxable bonds, tax-exempt bonds, as well as some internally generated funds (REACHVirginia) that can be standalone financing or layered with one another.
Virginia Housing Lending Details
Financing With Taxable Bonds
Our taxable bond financing is ideal for mixed-income or mixed-use/mixed-income developments that offer both workforce and market-rate units.
Financing With Tax-Exempt Bonds
Tax-exempt bond financing is available for the development, acquisition and rehabilitation of affordable housing. Because this financing is federally regulated, developers must meet certain income limits and rent requirements.
Workforce Housing Financing
Our Workforce Housing loans allow for a broader range of incomes, so you can choose the financing that best fits the needs of your community. The program requires that a percentage of units be reserved for residents whose annual income does not exceed certain limits. The rest of the units maybe rented to residents at any income level.
The charts below describe AMI requirements for each loan product.
All Workforce Housing loans can be used to finance a property with or without a commercial/retail component.
REACH Virginia Funds
Each year, we invest a large portion of our net revenues into communities. REACH Virginia provides low-cost loans and grants to help support vital housing initiatives throughout Virginia. Financing with REACH Virginia funds can supplement bond-funded loans.
Strategic Markets Lending Group
Our Strategic Markets Lending Group focuses on financing to help provide housing for the homeless population, people with disabilities, underserved markets and smaller revitalization initiatives.
Bond Financing Process Details
Ready to apply for financing? We offer a step-by-step process to guide you through the application process.
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