Housing Financial Programs

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Departments and Agencies

  • Affordable Housing Commission
    Mission: "To promote City living and neighborhood stabilization through the preservation and production of affordable, accessible housing and support services that enhance the quality of life for those in need."
  • Community Development Administration
    The primary goal of the Community Development Administration is to promote neighborhood growth and stabilization through the production of new and rehabilitated housing, especially for low and moderate income people.

Informational Pages

  • CDA Asset Management Resources
    Forms and resources for owners and managers of HOME assisted rental properties
  • CDA Developer Resources
    List of frequently requested documents used during the development process including Notice of Funding Available, Residential Development Application and Guidelines, CHDO Certification and Checklist, Design Review And Housing Analyst Ward Assignments.
  • CDA Housing Production NOFA Awards
    CDA Housing Production Notice of Funding Availability Awards
  • Fall 2014 Awards
    The Affordable Housing Commission approved the grants/development applications for a total of $4,440,880 on January 30, 2014. *Development/Construction awards are contingent upon approval by the Community Development Administration (CDA).
  • Housing Resources
    a comprehensive list of various contact numbers for housing needs including: Homebuyer Education/Assistance, Home Repair, Rent/Mortgage/Utility Assistance, and Foreclosure Prevention.
  • Income Limits 2014
    Income Limits for the CDBG, HOME and NSP programs
  • Rent Limits 2014
    HOME Program rent limits updated annually
  • Universal Design Requirements
    AHC requires all new construction development projects to follow UD requirments

External Resources

Online Applications and Forms

Downloadable Forms

Plans and Reports

  • Home Mortgage Disclosure Act Report 2009
    This annual report contains information about the residential lending activities of the banks that have applied to be City of St. Louis Depositors. All information provided in this report comes from these banks and the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC), which monitors institutional compliance with the Federal Home Mortgage Disclosure Act and the Community Revitalization Act.
  • Reports to the Community
    The Report to the Community describes a report setting forth the state of affordable housing in the city

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