FHA and USDA 538 Knowledge and Experience
Bridge to FHA and USDA 538 for Affordable Housing Acquisition/Preservation
Rose Community Capital and IMPACT Community Capital have partnered to create the RCC-IMPACT Capital Acquisition Fund (the “Fund”). The mission of the Fund is to create and preserve affordable and rental assisted housing throughout the country by making available access to affordable bridge financing for projects that have as their permanent financing an FHA insured loan made available by Rose Community Capital (RCC).
Affordable projects are those that have a Use/Regulatory Agreement that restricts 50% or more of the project’s rents and has a Use or Regulatory Agreement that meets the LIHTC minimum criteria. A project may qualify for financing if the owner intends to restrict the units and files a Use Agreement as part of the closing.
FHA Insured Acquisition or Refinance
Rose Community Capital is a HUD approved Multifamily Accelerated Processing (MAP) lender and can arrange for FHA insured project acquisition or refinance of projects under Section 223(f) of the National Housing Act. MAP acquisition/refinance underwriting is subject to the type of loan; i.e. market rate or affordable LIHTC and/or HUD rental assisted projects.
FHA Insured New Construction / SubRehab
Rose Community Capital (RCC) is a HUD approved Multifamily Accelerated Processing (MAP) lender and can arrange for FHA insured new construction/sub rehab financing under Section 221(d)(4) of the National Housing Act. MAP new construction/sub rehab underwriting is subject to the type of loan; i.e. market rate vs affordable LIHTC/rental assisted projects.
Key Notes: HUD has more favorable loan terms for rental assisted and affordable housing projects. Affordable projects are those that have a Use Agreement that restricts the projects rents and occupancy to income qualifying residents. To be considered a rental assisted property, the property must benefit from a project based rental assistance contract that covers 90% of the units or more. To be considered an affordable project, the Regulatory/Use Agreement must have at least 15 remaining years of restriction post-endorsement of the HUD note and meet at least the minimum Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) restrictions of 20% of the units affordable at 50% of Area Median Income (AMI), or 40% of the units affordable at 60% of AMI, with tenant paid rents on those units no greater than LIHTC rents. Mixed Income properties qualify as affordable if the funding restrictions provide a Regulatory/Use Agreement and unit rent and occupancy restrictions meet the LIHTC criteria.
We have built and maintain strong relationships with HUD personnel across the country, as well as with equity providers and bond underwriters. And we streamline what can be an arduous process by putting your project in the caring and capable hands of a single lending expert from beginning to end.