Affordable Housing Connections
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The FDIC established the Affordable Housing Disposition Program (AHP), to enhance its ability to sell single family and multifamily properties that will benefit Low Income families. In return for purchasing a property at a price below the fair market value, purchasers agree to make units available to Low and Very Low Income households at affordable rents. The rent and income restrictions are designed to assure that the property serves families in need of affordable housing.

AHC monitors compliance of FDIC properties in the state of Minnesota.

Contact Barbara Dolan at 651-222-8319 with questions about the FDIC program or e-mail her at:

Manuals and Forms
 + FDIC Affordable Housing Program - Property Owner's Manual
 + HUD Manual - Income Determination
 + FDIC Tenant Income Certification
 + FDIC Annual Report Forms
 + FDIC Annual Report Submission Upload Instructions
 + FDIC Tenant Release and Consent Form
 + FDIC Under $5000 Certification Form
 + Acceptable Forms of Income Verification

FDIC Income and Rent Limits
Download FDIC income and rent limits below;

 + 2013 Income Limits (PDF)
 + 2013 Rent Limits
 + 2014 Income Limits
 + 2014 Rent Limits

Training Material
 + FDIC Reporting PowerPoint





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