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   A hard copy of the application with the appropriate original signatures and
   all attachments must be received in WCDA's office by the deadline in
   order for the application to be ranked. Incomplete applications or
   applications received after the deadline will NOT be considered.
 WYOMING COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
          (WCDA)
            2008
     AFFORDABLE
  HOUSING PROGRAMS
     APPLICATION
  for HOMEOWNERSHIP

    (UNDER THE HOME PROGRAM)
 WYOMING COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (WCDA)
  2008 AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROGRAMS APPLICATION
          FOR HOMEOWNERSHIP UNDER THE
  HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS PROGRAM (HOME)

                              TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section                                                Page #
     I.   Project Information                           4-9
    II.   Affordability Restrictions                     10
   III.   Other Federal Requirements                     11
   IV.    Developer Information                          12
    V.    Development Timetable                          13
   VI.    Notification of Local Official                 14
  VII.    Applicant Certification                        15

Combined Application Exhibits
  A-1   Affirmative Fair Housing Marketing Agreement   16 - 19
  A-2   Developer Experience                             20

Checks and Balances                                    21-24




                                           Page 2
AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROGRAMS APPLICATION CHECKLIST
The Wyoming Community Development Authority Affordable Housing Allocation Plan is a
separate document and is available from WCDA. Applicants will need review the Allocation Plan in
detail prior to completing this application.
        APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED IN WCDA's OFFICE
         NO LATER THAN 5:00 P.M., FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 2008

The following items must be included in the submittal:
      Completed Original 2008 Affordable Housing Programs Application with Original Signatures.
      (No substitutions or changes to this form will be allowed). No Faxed copies will be accepted.

      Electronic version of the Application provided on CD

      Affirmative Fair Housing Marketing Agreement (Application Exhibit A-1)
      An independent comprehensive, timely, and professional Market Study. At a minimum, the Market
      Study must include those items outlined in the Current Year Summary Attachment “A” Item “7” of
      the Allocation Plan. If the Market Study contradicts current economic statistics on file with WCDA,
      the project will not rank high in the needs category.

      Projects located in entitlement cities (Cheyenne and Casper) must have a current letter of
      consistency with the Consolidated Plan from the appropriate Jurisdiction. (Required on all projects
      requesting HOME funding.)
      Documentation showing the local jurisdiction has been notified and given specific information about
      the project.

      Narrative Description of Project. (See Affordable Allocation Plan Current Year Summary
      Attachment “D” Item “1”.
      Detailed written explanation of how and why the applicant feels the scoring criteria has been met.
      Developer Fee Agreement

      Projects located in a Community Revitalization Plan (CRP) area must provide a current letter from
      the local jurisdiction, or the state, that the project sits in a CRP area.
      Program description, flyers, reference materials etc if available
      Documentation of builders/seller commitments to sell homes at or below Maximum Purchase Price
      Documentation of other subsidies and/or financing involved, including a description, conditions, and
      restrictions associated with each.
The applicant must complete A L L applicable parts of the application form and include A L L documents
and supplementary materials required. Once the application is submitted, no further changes relating
to Project Selection Criteria will be accepted.
                                                 Page 3
                                                        Application Date:

                           Homebuyer Assistance Initial Application
                                  I. GENERAL PROJECT INFORMATION

A. Project Name
   Area Program will be offered
   City                                                                 County
   Allocation Year                         Application Cycle                      (See Current Year Allocation Plan)


B. HOME funds requested:                                                          Amount $
   Is this request for a particular Set-Aside of HOME funds?                                     Yes/No
   If from a Set-Aside, which Set-Aside is being requested?
   (See Set Asides for HOME in the Current Year Allocation Plan)
   How much of this HOME request is for administrative fees?                                $

C. Amount of HOME Subsidy Per Unit
   Minimum Amount of HOME in each unit?                                                $
   Maximum Amount of HOME in each unit?                                                $
   Estimated number of units receiving assistance

D. For HOME Projects, amount of HOME match supplied by project: $
   Sources of local match:
   WCDA Banked Match Requested? Yes/No                   If Yes, Amount $

E. Is this project using CDBG funding?                                                           Yes/No
   Describe:


F. Project will give preference for persons on Section 8 waiting lists or those
   currently holding Section 8 certificates or vouchers.                                         Yes/No

G. Affordability Period
   This project will maintain restrictions for the HOME required        0   years and an additional
              years.

H. Units will be restricted to:
   Housing Type:
   Construction Type:
   Unit Type:
   Ownership Type:
                                                 Page 4
                              I. GENERAL PROJECT INFORMATION (Cont.)

I.   Is this project located in a Qualified Census Tract?          Yes/No                      #
     If yes, evidence of eligibility must be submitted.

J.   Is this project located in a Community Revitalization Plan Area?                              Yes/No
     If yes, evidence of eligibility must be submitted. Describe:



K. Low-income Targeting
             (#)   #DIV/0! (%) of the low-income units will serve households at         % of the area median income
             (#)   #DIV/0! (%) of the low-income units will serve households at         % of the area median income
             (#)   #DIV/0! (%) of the low-income units will serve households at         % of the area median income
             (#)   #DIV/0! (%) of the low-income units will serve households at         % of the area median income
             (#)   #DIV/0! (%) of the low-income units will serve households at         % of the area median income
             (#)   #DIV/0! (%) of the low-income units will serve households at         % of the area median income
         0
L. Low-Income Per Household size by County ("Low-Income" listed on HUD report)
                   1 person                    2 person                      3 person                 4 person


L. Purchase Price Limit
   Maximum Purchase Price will be limited to:             $

M. Appraised Value
   Maximum appraised value will not exceed?               $

N. Minimum First Mortgage PITI debt to Income will not be less than

O. How many homes are available in the community at or below the Purchase Price listed?

P. What is the estimated time-frame to have all the funds committed?                        months

Q. What is the estimated time-frame to have all the funds disbursed?                        months

R. Have any builders/sellers committed and provided written documentant to sell homes at or below the
   Maximum Purchase Price listed above?         Yes/No              If yes, attach documentation.
   Name of Seller/Builder                                    Max. Purchase Price          No. Units




                                                      Page 5
                                I. GENERAL PROJECT INFORMATION (Cont.)

S. Provide a sample of a households Estimated Monthly Housing Obligation using maximums in
   application. (i.e. Purchase Price maximum =$200,000 what are the funding sources and what is the
   monthly obligation on each. See sample on page 6b.)
   Amount of 1st Mortgage                                                    $
                                                Amortized/Deferred?
   HOME Subsidy                                                              $
    Estimated Second Mortgage amount, if any                                          $
    Other Subsidy and/or financing - attach description,
    conditions, and restrictions associated with each.       Amortized/Deferred?
                                                                                      $
                                                                                      $
                                                                                      $
                                                                                      $
                                                                                      $
                                                                                      $
    TOTAL FINANCING                                                                   $             0.00
T. Estimated Housing Expense                                 Amount            Rate       Term   Payment
    1st Mortgage                                                0.00                                0.00
    HOME                                                        0.00                                0.00
    2nd Mortgage                                                0.00                                0.00
    Other Subsidy and or Financing
                                          0                     0.00                                0.00
                                          0                     0.00                                0.00
                                          0                     0.00                                0.00
                                          0                     0.00                                0.00
                                          0                     0.00                                0.00
                                          0                     0.00                                0.00
    TOTAL FINANCING                                             0.00
    Monthly Taxes and Insurance
    Monthly Mortgage Insurance Premium
    Homeowners Association Dues
    Mine Subsidence Insurance
    Other monthly housing obligations




    TOTAL MONTHLY HOUSING OBLIGATION                                                                0.00

                                                           Page 6
                               I. GENERAL PROJECT INFORMATION (Cont.)

S. Provide a sample of a households Estimated Monthly Housing Obligation using maximums in
   application. (i.e. Purchase Price maximum =$200,000 what are the funding sources and what is the
   monthly obligation on each. See sample on page 6b.)
   Amount of 1st Mortgage                                                    $           149,000.00
                                                Amortized/Deferred?
   HOME Subsidy                                      Amortized               $            20,000.00
   Estimated Second Mortgage amount, if any                       Deferred             $            1,000.00
   Other Subsidy and/or financing - attach description,
   conditions, and restrictions associated with each.       Amortized/Deferred?
   City                                                         Amortized              $           30,000.00
                                                                                       $
                                                                                       $
                                                                                       $
                                                                                       $
                                                                                       $
   TOTAL FINANCING                                                                     $          200,000.00
T. Estimated Housing Expense                                Amount             Rate Term in Mos      Payment
   1st Mortgage                                           149,000.00         5.000%        360        799.86
   HOME                                                    20,000.00         0.000%        360         55.56
   2nd Mortgage                                             1,000.00         2.000%        360          0.00
   Other Subsidy and or Financing
   City                                                    30,000.00         0.000%        120        250.00
                                         0                      0.00                                    0.00
                                         0                      0.00                                    0.00
                                         0                      0.00                                    0.00
                                         0                      0.00                                    0.00
                                         0                      0.00                                    0.00
   TOTAL FINANCING                                        200,000.00
   Monthly Taxes and Insurance                                                                        150.00
   Monthly Mortgage Insurance Premium                                                                  25.00
   Homeowners Association Dues                                                                         10.00
   Mine Subsidence Insurance
   Other monthly housing obligations




   TOTAL MONTHLY HOUSING OBLIGATION                                                                  1,290.42

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                            I. GENERAL PROJECT INFORMATION (Cont.)

U. Describe in detail how subsidy will be structured to Homebuyer. i.e. fully amortized, Balloon payment,
   forgiven over Affordability period on a pro rata basis? etc.)




V. Describe procedure if unit fails to meet restrictions, including resale/recapture requirements?




W. Describe details of how program is structured to guard against windfall profits to homebuyers.




                                                 Page 7
                           I. GENERAL PROJECT INFORMATION (Cont.)

X. Does the city currently have adequate infrastructure to service new and existing units, including police
   and fire protection, water, sewer and trash capacity?                         Yes/No
   Provide documentation and explain below:




    If no, what steps are being taken to provide adequate infrastructure?
    Provide documentation and explain below:




Y. Are there any Special Improvement Districts (SID's) or are there anticipated to be any SID's located
   in the project area? Please describe:




Z. All units must meet State and local housing quality standards and code requirements, if none
   exist newly constructed units must meet the International Building Code and the Model Energy
   Code, and existing structures must meet the HUD Section 8 Housing Quality Standards.
   Manufactured housing must meet the Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards
   established in 24 CFR Part 3280. Explain how this will be accomplished.




                                                 Page 8
                          I. GENERAL PROJECT INFORMATION (Cont.)


AA.The purchasing household must be low-income (at or below 80% of AMI). To determine eligibility
   the following definition will be used:
   The IRS definition of adjusted gross income as defined for reporting on IRS Form 1040

    Explain how this will be accomplished and by whom:




BB. HOME funds may only be used to pay for closing costs and/or as a down payment. Please explain any
    further restrictions you plan on imposing:




                                              Page 9
                                 II. AFFORDABILITY RESTRICTIONS


A. Control option during the Affordability Period




B. If Recapture is chosen, the recapture amount, based on net proceeds, will be:



C. If the recapture amount is calculated on a pro-rata share and if the net proceeds are insufficient to
   repay the HOME subsidy and the homebuyer's investments, the net proceeds will be shared as
   follows:



D. If net proceeds exceeds the amount necessary to repay both the homeowners investments and the
   HOME subsidy, these excess proceeds will be



E. If shared by both parties, explain how division will be calculated.




F. If the Resale option is chosen, explain how this will be accomplished




                                                 Page 10
                               III. OTHER FEDERAL REQUIREMENTS

A. Uniformation Relocation Act
   The Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970 requires
         (i) Prior to making an offer for the property, the buyer must clearly advise the seller that it
         does not have the power of eminent domain and, therefore will not acquire the property if
         negotiations fail to result in anamicable agreement; and
         (ii) The buyer must inform the seller what they believe to be fair market value of the property
         and how they arrived at the value.
     This notification must be in writing and signed by both buyer and seller.
     Please explain when this notification will be implemented, and provide a copy of the notice to be
     exectued by both parties.




     CAUTION: CITIES AND COUNTIES THAT HAVE THE RIGHT OF EMINENT DOMAIN
     HAVE DIFFERENT RULES THAT MUST BE FOLLOWED. PLEASE REVIEW 49 CFR
     PART 24 UNIFORM RELOCATION ASSISTANCE AND REAL POROPERTY
     ACQUISITION FOR FEDERAL AND FEDERALLY-ASSISTED PROGRAMS; FINAL RULE
     AND EXPLAIN HOW THE REGULATION WILL BE MET.




B.   Flood Plain and Airport Clear Zones
     Projects located in a 100-year flood plain and/or located in any Airport (Commercial, Military, or
     private) Clear Zone are not eligibe for assistance. Please sign below acknowledging that homes
     located in a 100-year flood plain or an Airport Clear Zone will not be eligible under this program
     and will not receive funding from the HOME Investment Partnerships Program.




     Signature




                                                Page 11
                                     IV. DEVELOPER INFORMATION

The Developer is the entity or individual responsible for the project from the beginning through the
end of the compliance period.

A.   Developer

     Taxpayer ID                                                                   Date Tax ID Obtained

     Street Address

     City                                County                            State             Zip Code

     Contact Person

     Phone                                                    Fax

     Email Address

     Type of Developer
     Required materials for General Partnerships, Limited Partnerships, Limited Liability
     Companies, and Corporations include: articles of incorporation, by-laws, partnership agreement and
     other relevant information regarding legal status.

     Required materials for Non-Profit Corporations include: articles of incorporation, IRS letter of
     501(c)3 or 501(c)4 status, non-profit Certificate of Incorporation and Certificate of Good Standing
     (Secretary of State), non-profit set-aside eligibility questionnaire description of material participation in
     ownership and management.

B.   Legal Status of Developer

C.   Contact Person During Application Process:

     Name

     Company

     Address

     City                                                    State                       Zip Code

     Phone                                                           Fax

     Email Address

     Capacity

                                                  Page 12
                                    V. DEVELOPMENT TIMETABLE

Indicate the actual or expected date by which the following activities will have been completed.

Actual or Scheduled     Completed
 Month/Day/Year            ?      Activity

                                    Other Loans and Grants
                                    Type & Source:
                                    Application
                                    Closing or Award

                                    Other Loans and Grants
                                    Type & Source:
                                    Application
                                    Closing or Award

                                    Other Loans and Grants
                                    Type & Source:
                                    Application
                                    Closing or Award

                                    Other Loans and Grants
                                    Type & Source:
                                    Application
                                    Closing or Award

                                    Other Loans and Grants
                                    Type & Source:
                                    Application
                                    Closing or Award
                                    Completion
                                    Estimates
                                    All funding sources approved
                                    All funds available to qualified Homebuyers
                                    Closing on first Homebuyer Assisted Unit
                                    Half of HOME funding disbursed to Qualified Homebuyers
                                    All of HOME funding disbursed to Qualified Homebuyers




                                                Page 13
                             VII. NOTIFICATION OF LOCAL OFFICIAL



Provide the name of the local political jurisdiction (town or city, if incorporated, otherwise, county) in
which the project will be located and include the name and address of the chief executive officer of the
political jurisdiction. (Attach a copy of the Letter of Consistency or Letter of Support as required.)

Name of Political Jurisdiction

Name of Chief Executive Officer

Address

City                                               State   WY           Zip Code

Phone


Every project must be consistent with the Consolidated Plan for the appropriate jurisdiction. Projects
located in the cities of Casper and Cheyenne need to provide a letter of consistency with the
consolidated Plan for Casper or Cheyenne, depending on where their project will be located. This letter
must be included with the application. All other areas are covered under the Consolidated Plan prepared
by WCDA and consistency will be verified during the review process.

Project requesting points for local support will need to provide a letter of support signed by the Chief
Executive Officer of the appropriate jurisdiction.




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                          VI. APPLICANT CERTIFICATION--HOME Program

The applicant certifies and acknowledges that:

All program materials for the Wyoming Community Development Authority’s HOME Investment
Partnerships Program are subject to change to meet requirements of 24CFR Part 92, or as further determined
to meet legal requirements of WCDA.

The undersigned is responsible for ensuring that the project will satisfy all applicable requirements of federal
law in the acquisition, rehabilitation, or construction and operation of the project to receive the HOME
Investment Partnerships Program funds.

The applicant will provide WCDA with any other information required by HUD, state or local regulations.

The applicant will comply with all other requirements set forth by the Department of Housing and Urban
Development, Home Investment Partnerships Program 24 CFR Part 92 and applicable requirements in the
Wyoming Affordable Housing Allocation Plan (as amended).

The undersigned hereby makes application for allocation of HOME funds to the State of Wyoming as listed
in the application. The undersigned agrees that the Wyoming Community Development Authority will at all
times be indemnified and held harmless against all losses, costs, damages, expenses and liabilities
whatsoever nature or kind (including, but not limited to attorneys fees, litigation and court costs, amounts
paid in settlement, and amounts paid to discharge judgment, any loss from judgment from Internal Revenue
Service) directly or indirectly resulting from, arising out of, or related to acceptance, consideration and
approval or disapproval of such allocation request.

The undersigned, being duly authorized, hereby represents and certifies under the penalty of perjury that the
foregoing information, to the best of his/her knowledge, is true, complete and accurately describes the
proposed project. Misrepresentations of any kind will be grounds for denial or loss of HOME funds and may
affect future participation in the HOME program in Wyoming.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the owner has caused this document to be duly executed in its name on this
     day of           ,

                                                                             0
                                                                   Legal Name of Applicant

                                          By:



                                                                        Name and Title


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                                                   U.S. Department of Housing                                                              OMB Approval No. 2529-0013
Affirmative Fair Housing                           and Urban Development
                                                                                                                                                     (exp. 11/30/2006)

Marketing Plan                                     Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity
1a. Applicant's Name, Address (including City, State & Zip Code) & Phone Number                  1c. Project/Application Number 1d. Number of Units


                                                                                                 1e. Price or Rental Range          1f. For Multifamily Housing Only
                                                                                                 From $                                  Elderly           Non-Elderly
                                                                                                 To $
                                                                                                 1g. Approximate Starting Dates (mm/dd/yyyy)

                                                                                                 Advertising
                                                                                                 Occupancy


1b. Project's Name, Location (including City, State and Zip Code)                   1h. Housing Market Area                         1i. Census Tract


                                                                                    1j. Managing/Sales Agent's Name & Address (including City, State and Zip
                                                                                    Code)




2. Type of Affirmative Marketing Plan (check all that 3. Direction of Marketing Activity (Indicate which group(s) in the housing market area are least likely
apply)                                                to apply for the housing because of its location and other factors without special outreach efforts)
      MFH Plan           New            Updated
      SFH Plan                                                          White             American Indian or Alaskan Native                    Asian
      White (non-minority) Area         Minority Area                   Black or African American                  Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
      Mixed Area (with            % minority residents)                 Hispanic or Latino              Persons with Disabilities              Families with Children


4a. Marketing Program: Commercial Media (Check the type of media to be used to advertise the availability of this housing)

      Newspapers/Publications                   Radio            TV                 Billboards                 Other (Specify)


          Name of Newspaper, Radio or TV Station                        Group Identification of Readers/Audience                     Size/Duration of Advertising




4b. Marketing Program: Brochures, Signs, and HUD's Fair Housing Poster


(1) Will brochures, letters, or handouts be used to advertise?                      Yes                 No         If "Yes, attach a copy or submit when available.

(2) For project site sign, indicate sign size             x      ; Logo type size         x      . Attach a photograph of project sign or submit when available.

(3) HUD's Fair Housing Poster must be conspicuously displayed wherever sales/rentals and showings take place. Fair Housing Posters will be displayed in the


            Sales/Rental Office                    Real Estate Office                     Model Unit                   Other (specify)




Previous editions are obsolete                                               Page 1 of 4                ref. Handbook 8025.1                   form HUD-935.2 (8/2004)


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4c. Community Contacts. To further inform the group(s) !east likely to apply about the availability of the housing the applicant agrees to establish and
maintain contact with the groups/organizations listed below that are located in the housing market area. If more space is needed attach an additional sheet.
Notify HUD- Housing of any changes in this list. Attach a copy of correspondence to be mailed to these groups/organizations. (Provide all requested
information.)


                                                             Group          Approximate Date
              Name of Group/Organization                  Identification      (mm/dd/yyyy)                         Person Contacted or to be Contacted




                                                                                                        Indicate the specific function the Group/Organization will
                Address & Phone Number                             Method of Contact                    undertake in implementing the marketing program




5. Future Marketing Activities (Rental Units Only) Mark the box(s) that best
describe marketing activities to fill vacancies as they occur after the project           6. Experience and Staff Instructions (See instructions)
has been initially occupied.                                                                6a. Staff has experience.                  Yes              No
        Newspapers/Publications             Radio             TV                            6b. On separate sheets, indicate training to be provided to staff on
                                                                                                Federal, State and local fair housing laws and regulations as well as
        Brochures/Leaflets/Handouts                                                             this AFHM Plan. Attach a copy of the instructions to staff regarding
                                                                                                fair housing.
        Site Signs                Community Contacts                Other (Specify)

7. Additional Considerations Attach additional sheets as needed.




8. Review and Update By signing this form the applicant agrees to review their AFHM Plan every 5 years and update as needed to ensure continued
compliance with HUD's Affirmative Fair Housing Marketing Regulations (24 CFR 200.620).

Signature of person submitting this Plan & Date of Submission (mm/dd/yyyy)


Name (type or print)


Title & Name of Company


                      For HUD-Office of Housing Use Only                                  For HUD-Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity Use Only

Reviewing Official:                                                                       Approved              Disapproved                 (Check One)

Signature & Date (mm/dd/yyyy)                                                     Signature & Date (mm/dd/yyyy)



Name (type or print)                                                              Name (type or print)



Title                                                                             Title



Previous editions are obsolete                                             Page 2 of 4               ref. Handbook 8025.1                   form HUD-935.2 (8/2004)


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Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 3 hours per response including the time for reviewing instructions, searching
existing data sources, gathering and maintaining the data needed, and completing and reviewing the collection of information. This agency may not collect this
information, and you are not required to complete this form, unless it displays a currently valid OMB control number.



The Affirmative Fair Housing Marketing (AFHM) Plan is needed to ensure that insured and subsidized developers are taking necessary steps to eliminate
discriminatory practices involving Federally insured and subsidizes housing. No application for any housing project or subdivision insured or subsidized under
the Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) housing programs can be funded without an approved AFHM Plan (See the "Applicability" section
in the instructions below.) The responses are required to obtain or retain a benefit under the Fair Housing Act Section 808(e)(5) & (6) and 24 CFR Part 200,
Subpart M. The form contains no questions of a confidential nature.


Applicability: This form is to be completed by all insured or subsidized: (1) multifamily projects; and (2) single-family
homebuilders that can not meet at least one of the following requirements: (a) is a signatory in good standing to a Voluntary
Affirmative Marketing Agreement (VAMA); (b) has a HUD approved AFHM Plan; (c) has contracted with someone to market
their houses who has an AFHM Plan or is a signatory to a VAMA; or (d) can self certify compliance with HUD's AFHM
Regulations, maintain records of their AFHM activities and make the records available to HUD upon request. Single-family
homebuilders that can meet at least one of the above requirements can complete block 11 on form HUD-92541-Builder's
Certification of Plans, Specifications, & Site instead of completing the AFHM Plan. [See HUD Mortgagee Letters 1995-18 dated
April 28, 1995 and 2001-09 dated April 2, 2001]

Each applicant is required to carry out an affirmative program to attract prospective buyers or tenants of all minority and non-
minority groups in the housing market area regardless of their race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disablity, or familial
status. Racial groups include White, Black or African American, American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian or
Other Pacific Islander. Other groups in the housing market area who may be subject to housing discrimination include, but are
not limited to, Hispanic or Latino, persons with disabilities, or families with children. The applicant shall describe in the AFHM
Plan the proposed activities to be carried out during advance marketing, where applicable, and the initial sales and rent-up
period. The affirmative marketing program also should ensure that any group(s) of persons ordinarily not likely to apply for this
housing without special outreach (See Part 3), know about the housing, feel welcome to apply and have the opportunity to buy
or rent.


INSTRUCTIONS

Send completed form to: your local HUD Office                                       All Plans should indicate the racial composition of the
Attention: Director Office of Housing                                               housing market area in which the housing will be (is)
Part I-Applicant and Project Identification. Blocks 1a                              located by checking one of the three choices. Single-family
thru 1f - Self-Explanatory. Block 1g - the applicant should                         scattered site builder should submit an SFH Plan that
specify the approximate date for starting marketing activi-                         reflects the racial composition of each the housing market
ties to the groups targeted for special outreach and the                            area in which the housing will be (is) located. For example
anticipated date of initial occupancy (if unoccupied). Block                        if a builder plans to construct units in both minority and
1h - the applicant should indicate the housing market area, in                      non-minority housing market areas, a separate AFHM Plan
which the housing will be (is) located. Block 1i - the                              shall be submitted for each housing market area.
applicant may obtain census tract location information
from local planning agencies, public libraries and other                            Part 3-Direction of Marketing Activity. Indicate which
sources of census data. Block 1j - the applicant should                             group(s) the applicant believes are least likely to apply for
complete only if a Managing/Sales Agent (the agent can not                          this housing without special outreach. Consider factors
be the applicant) is implementing the AFHM Plan.                                    such as price or rental of housing, sponsorship of housing
                                                                                    racial/ethnic characteristics of housing market area in
Part 2- Type of Affirmative Marketing Plan:                                         which housing will be (is) located, disability or familial
Applicants for multifamily housing projects should check                            status of eligible population, public transportation routes,
both the MFH (Multifamily Housing) Plan and indicate the                            etc.
status of the AFHM Plan, e.g. new or update. As appropri-
ate, single-family homebuilders who submit an AFHM
Plan, should check the SFH (Single-family Housing) Plan
box.
Previous editions are obsolete                                                            ref. Handbook 8025.1                         form HUD-935.2 (8/2004)

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Part 4-Marketing Program. The applicant shall describe             Copies of any written materials should be submitted with
the marketing program to be used to attract all segments of        the AFHM Plan, if such materials are available.
the eligible population, especially those groups designated
in Part 3 of this AFHM Plan as least likely to apply. The          Part 7-Additional Considerations. In this section de-
applicant shall state: the type of media to be used, the names     scribe other groups to which the housing may be marketed
of newspaper/call letters of radio or TV stations; the iden-       and efforts not previously mentioned which are planned to
tity of the circulation or audience of the media identified in     attract persons least likely to apply for the housing. Such
the AFHM Plan (e.g., White, Black or African American,             efforts may include outreach activities to grass root faith-
American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian           based or other community based organizations, and other
or Other Pacific Islander, Hispanic or Latino, persons with        ethnic groups with limited English proficiency (LEP).
disabilities, and families with children) and the size or
duration of newspaper advertising or length and frequency          Part 8-Review and Update. By signing, the applicant
of broadcast advertising. Community contacts include               assumes full responsibility for the AFHM Plans implemen-
individuals or organizations that are well known in the            tation and required reviews and updates. HUD may moni-
housing market area or the locality, that can influence            tor the implementation of this AFHM Plan at any time and
persons within groups considered least likely to apply.            request modification in its format or content, where deemed
Such contacts may include, but need not be limited to:             necessary.
neighborhood, minority and women's organizations, grass
root faith-based or other community based organizations            Notice of Intent to Begin Marketing. No later than 90
labor unions, employers, public and private agencies, dis-         days prior to the initiation of sales or rental marketing
ability advocates, schools and individuals who are con-            activities, the applicant of an approved AFHM Plan shall
nected with these organizations and/or are well-known in           submit notice of intent to begin marketing. The notification
the community. Applicants should notify their local HUD-           is required by the Affirmative Fair Housing Marketing Plan
Office of Housing of any changes to the list in Part 4c of this    Compliance Regulations (24 CFR Part 108.15). It is
AFHM Plan.                                                         submitted either orally or in writing to the Office of Hous-
                                                                   ing in the appropriate HUD Office servicing the locality in
Part 5-Future Marketing Activities. Self-Explanatory.              which the proposed housing will be located.

Part 6-Experience and Staff Instructions.                          OMB approval of the Affirmative Fair Housing Plan in-
6a. The applicant should indicate whether the                      cludes approval of this notification procedure as part of the
    sales/rental staff have had previous experience in             AFHM Plan. The burden hours for such notification are
    marketing housing to group(s) identified as least              included in the total designated for this AFHM Plan form.
    likely to apply for the housing.

6b. Describe the instructions and training provided or
    to be provided to sales/rental staff. This guidance to
    staff must include information regarding Federal
    State and local fair housing laws and this AFHM
    Plan.




Previous editions are obsolete                                                   ref. Handbook 8025.1        form HUD-935.2 (8/2004)


                                                              Page 19
                                                         APPLICATION EXHIBIT A-2
                                                         DEVELOPMENT HISTORY

NAME OF DEVELOPER: 0

                                        No. Years Experience:
        Number of projects funded that did not come to fruition

EXPERIENCE:
Project Name                                    City              Single FamilyType*       Number Funding RD, TC        Year     Year
Address                                         State             Multi-family See below   of units HOME, Private etc. Awarded Completed




*Type - Rental, Howmeowner Rehabilitation, Rental Assistance, Home Buyer Assistance
                                                                     Page 20a
                                                          APPLICATION EXHIBIT A-2
                                                        DEVELOPER EXPERIENCE (cont.)
NAME OF DEVELOPER: 0
EXPERIENCE:
Project Name                                    City             Single FamilyType*       Number Funding RD, TC        Year     Year
Address                                         State            Multi-family See below   of units HOME, Private etc. Awarded Completed




*Type - Rental, Howmeowner Rehabilitation, Rental Assistance, Home Buyer Assistance
                                                                     Page 20b
                                                          APPLICATION EXHIBIT A-2
                                                        DEVELOPER EXPERIENCE (cont.)
NAME OF DEVELOPER: 0
EXPERIENCE:
Project Name                                    City             Single FamilyType*       Number Funding RD, TC        Year     Year
Address                                         State            Multi-family See below   of units HOME, Private etc. Awarded Completed




*Type - Rental, Howmeowner Rehabilitation, Rental Assistance, Home Buyer Assistance
                                                                     Page 20c
                                                          APPLICATION EXHIBIT A-2
                                                        DEVELOPER EXPERIENCE (cont.)
NAME OF DEVELOPER: 0
EXPERIENCE:
Project Name                                    City             Single FamilyType*       Number Funding RD, TC        Year     Year
Address                                         State            Multi-family See below   of units HOME, Private etc. Awarded Completed




*Type - Rental, Howmeowner Rehabilitation, Rental Assistance, Home Buyer Assistance
                                                                     Page 20d
                      CHECKS AND BALANCES
                                PLAN LIMITATIONS
   $1,000       Minimum amount of HOME Investment per unit
  $20,000       Maximum amount of HOME Investment per unit
 $200,160       HUD 203B Limit
   80.0%        Maximum Income Level
   10.0%        Maximum Administration Fee
   28.0%        Minimum PITI Debt Coverage Ratio
   25.0%        Amount of HOME Match required by HUD
    4.5%        Amount of HOME Match required by Allocation Plan

                        Minimum Home Investment Per Unit
        $0      Minimum HOME Investment described in Application on Page 4
    $1,000      Minimum HOME Investment required.
   -$1,000        MINIMUM HOME INVESTMENT PER UNIT DOES NOT MEET
    OK                      ALLOCATION PLAN REQUIREMENTS

                       Maximum Home Investment Per Unit
       $0       Maximum HOME Investment described in Application on Page 4
  $20,000       Maximum HOME Investment allowed
  $20,000            MAXIMUM HOME INVESTMENT PER UNIT EXCEEDS
   OK                           ALLOCATION PLAN LIMIT

                                  Administration Fees
          $0    Amount of Administrative Fees requested on Page 4
          $0    Amount of HOME Funds requested
#DIV/0!         % for Administrative Fees
                         MAXIMUM ADMINISTRATIVE FEES EXCEEDS
   OK                               ALLOCATION PLAN LIMITS

                               MATCH OBLIGATION
     $0.00      Amount of HOME Match supplied by project                 HUD MATCH MET
     $0.00      Amount of HOME Match Required by HUD                     HUD MATCH NOT MET
     $0.00      Amount of Banked Match Required

     $0.00      Amount of HOME Match supplied by project
     $0.00      Amount of HOME Match Required by Allocation Plan
     $0.00      Amount of Match Required to Meet Allocation Plan Requirements
                REQUIRED MATCH OBLIGATION NOT MET

                          Preference for persons on Section 8

   The Allocation Plan requires projects to give preference for persons on the Section 8
   waiting list. See Page 4
   Project is not giving preference to persons on the Section 8 waiting list and thus does not meet the
   minimum scoring requirements. See Page 6


                                           Page 21
                           CHECKS AND BALANCES
                                         Affordability Period
  0     HOME additional Affordability Period agreed to above HUD Requirement on Page 4
        Allocation Plan Requires a Minimum of 5 years
              PROJECT DOES NOT MEET MINIMUM AFFORDABILITY REQUIREMENTS UNDER THE
                                        ALLOCATION PLAN

                                         Housing Type
     Type of Housing must be restricted to newly constructed housing and /or existing, owner
           occupied or vacant, housing built on or after January 1, 1978. See Page 4
                    MUST SELECT TYPE OF HOUSING FROM LIST ON PAGE 4

                                  Construction Type
                    MUST SELECT CONSTRUCTION TYPE FROM LIST ON PAGE 4

                                        Unit Type
                           MUST SELECT UNIT TYPE FROM LIST ON PAGE 4

                                      Ownership Type
All units must be occupied by the owner as their principal residence, and the title held either as
                             fee simple title, or 99-year leasehold
                    MUST SELECT OWNERSHIP TYPE FROM LIST ON PAGE 4

                                 Low Income Targeting
OK      The Maximum percentage of Area Median Income allowed is 80%.
        Low-Income Targeting on Page 5 Exceeds Maximum allowed

                             Purchase Price Limitation
OK    The Maximum Purchase Price must be limited to no more than the HUD 203(b) Limit.
       $0.00   Maximum Purchase Price agreed to on Page 5
 $200,160.00   HUD 203(b) Limit
 $200,160.00   MAXIMUM PURCHASE PRICE EXCEEDS LIMIT
       $0.00   Estimated Total Financing from Page 6
               ESTIMATED FINANCING EXCEEDS PURCHASE PRICE LIMIT

                             Appraised Value Limitation
OK    The Appraised Value must be limited to no more than the HUD 203(b) Limit.
       $0.00    Maximum Appraised Value agreed to on Page 5
 $200,160.00    HUD 203(b) Limit
 $200,160.00    MAXIMUM APPRAISED VALUE EXCEEDS LIMIT

                              1st Mortgage PITI to Income Ratio
            Allocation Plan requires minimum First Mortgage Principal, Interest, Taxes and
                            Insurance to Income ratio of not less than 28%.
         0.0%      Minimum First Mortgage PITI to Income ratio agreed to on Page 5
        MINIMUM FIRST MORTGAGE PITI DOES NOT MEET ALLOCATION PLAN

                                               Page 22
                     CHECKS AND BALANCES
                                     Affordability

                                                               Max   Est. Housing
            % AMI                     Max Income           Housing     Obligation
           on Page    Low-Income      Limit Agreed    Obligation @        listed on
              5        Limit (80%)               to            30%          Page 6
                                                                                         Not
1 Person    0.0%              $0                $0             $0              $0     Affordable
                                                                                         Not
2 Person    0.0%              $0                $0             $0              $0     Affordable
                                                                                         Not
3 Person    0.0%              $0                $0             $0              $0     Affordable
                                                                                         Not
4 Person    0.0%              $0                $0             $0              $0     Affordable
                                                                                         Not
1 Person    0.0%              $0                $0             $0              $0     Affordable
                                                                                         Not
2 Person    0.0%              $0                $0             $0              $0     Affordable
                                                                                         Not
3 Person    0.0%              $0                $0             $0              $0     Affordable
                                                                                         Not
4 Person    0.0%              $0                $0             $0              $0     Affordable
                                                                                         Not
1 Person    0.0%              $0                $0             $0              $0     Affordable
                                                                                         Not
2 Person    0.0%              $0                $0             $0              $0     Affordable
                                                                                         Not
3 Person    0.0%              $0                $0             $0              $0     Affordable
                                                                                         Not
4 Person    0.0%              $0                $0             $0              $0     Affordable
                                                                                         Not
1 Person    0.0%              $0                $0             $0              $0     Affordable
                                                                                         Not
2 Person    0.0%              $0                $0             $0              $0     Affordable
                                                                                         Not
3 Person    0.0%              $0                $0             $0              $0     Affordable
                                                                                         Not
4 Person    0.0%              $0                $0             $0              $0     Affordable
                                                                                         Not
1 Person    0.0%              $0                $0             $0              $0     Affordable
                                                                                         Not
2 Person    0.0%              $0                $0             $0              $0     Affordable
                                                                                         Not
3 Person    0.0%              $0                $0             $0              $0     Affordable
                                                                                         Not
4 Person    0.0%              $0                $0             $0              $0     Affordable
                                      Page 23
                     CHECKS AND BALANCES
                                     Affordable

                                                              Max   Est. Housing
            % AMI                    Max Income           Housing     Obligation
           on Page    Low-Income     Limit Agreed    Obligation @        listed on
              5        Limit (80%)              to            30%          Page 6
                                                                                        Not
1 Person    0.0%              $0               $0             $0              $0     Affordable
                                                                                        Not
2 Person    0.0%              $0               $0             $0              $0     Affordable
                                                                                        Not
3 Person    0.0%              $0               $0             $0              $0     Affordable
                                                                                        Not
4 Person    0.0%              $0               $0             $0              $0     Affordable




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