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The Arizona Department of Housing provides housing and community revitalization to benefit the people of Arizona by addressing unique and changing housing needs in this state. The Department is working toward sustaining current initiatives and simultaneously maintaining the flexibility to respond to new demands for affordable housing.

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Arizona. Department of Housing
Created Date
2014/2016

The objective of the State of Arizona's non-entitlement Community Development Block Grant Program is to further the development of viable urban and rural communities by providing decent housing and a suitable living environment and expanding economic opportunities, principally for persons of low and moderate income.

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Arizona. Department of Housing
Created Date
2005/2014

There are two distinct components to the economic development activities described in ADOH’s LIHTC program details. The first component is activity that strengthens the economy. This is the quantifiable activity that is the subject of this report. The second component is community building activity which can be both quantitative and qualitative. This is an area that should be considered in the debate but which is not addressed within this report.

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Elliott D. Pollack & Company, Arizona. Department of Housing
Created Date
2013-01

The Arizona Department of Housing was established in 2002 to provide housing and community revitalization to benefit the people of Arizona. Information Bulletins on a wide variety of topics are issued irregularly throughout the year and cumulated annually

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Arizona. Department of Housing
Created Date
2004/2016

This electronic newsletter is published on a quarterly basis to update constituents regarding issues relevant to housing and community development within the state of Arizona.

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Arizona. Department of Housing
Created Date
2002/2015

Arizona Housing Commission Task Force on Tax‐Exempt Mortgage Financing was established to review and report on 1) the availability of financing for single‐family housing and 2) the role of the private activity bond allocation process in facilitating the availability of housing for low‐to‐moderate income families in all areas of Arizona. The Task Force is required to issue an annual report of its activities, findings, and recommendations, including information reported to it by the four major Industrial Development Authorities and the Arizona Housing Finance Authority. These five entities issue tax‐exempt single‐family mortgage revenue bonds, mortgage credit certificates and other forms of ...

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Arizona Housing Commission Task Force on Tax-Exempt Mortgage Financing, Arizona. Department of Housing
Created Date
2001/2004

The Department is working toward sustaining current initiatives and simultaneously maintaining the flexibility to respond to new demands for affordable housing. The Department primarily administers federal funding to promote housing and community development activities as well as provides expertise and technical assistance to address these issues.

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Arizona. Department of Housing
Created Date
2014/2016

In order to carry out the intent of Federal Fair Housing legislation, the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity division, requires that Community Development Block Grant entitlement jurisdictions comply with regulations to affirmatively further fair housing. This mandate is carried out by the CDBG jurisdictions, in part, by completing an Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice in their jurisdictions. The State of Arizona is a CDBG Entitlement Jurisdiction and has authorized the Arizona Department of Housing to conduct this analysis. HUD grantees are required to do the following: -- Complete or update ...

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Arizona. Department of Housing
Created Date
2004/2015

The State of Arizona Consolidated Plan represents a collaborative effort between two state agencies, the Arizona Department of Housing and the Arizona Department of Economic Security. This document outlines the state’s affordable housing and community development resources, methods of distribution, geographic funding objectives and other actions to be taken by the state. The Consolidated Plan is a document required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to be submitted by all jurisdictions that directly receive HUD formula funds. The Arizona Department of Housing is the state agency responsible for developing the Consolidated Plan. The goal of the Plan ...

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Arizona. Department of Housing, Arizona. Department of Economic Security
Created Date
2005/2015

Housing plays a major role in the United States and Arizona economies. It is estimated that the housing industry accounts for one-fifth of our nation’s Gross Domestic Product. Despite the economic importance of housing, Arizona did not have a comprehensive approach or strategy for dealing with housing policy issues. In 1994, a Housing Summit addressed increasing concerns about the cost of housing. Participants from across the state met to discuss growing housing needs. A major outcome of the summit was the formation of the Affordable Housing Task Force, designed to review the state’s housing market and suggest ways the state ...

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Arizona. Department of Housing, Arizona Housing Commission
Created Date
2000/2014

The State And Local Arizona Documents (SALAD) collection contains documents published by the State of Arizona, its Counties, incorporated Cities or Towns, or affiliated Councils of Government; documents produced under the auspices of a state or local agency, board, commission or department, including reports made to these units; and Salt River Project, a licensed municipality. ASU is a primary collector of state publications and makes a concerted effort to acquire and catalog most materials published by state and local governmental agencies.

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