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					Multifamily Housing
 Program-General
       ATTACHMENT TO THE
UNIVERSAL APPLICATION FOR FUNDING


              MHP 2007/08 Round 1
         (NOFA Published January 25, 2007)



                   State of California
   Department of Housing and Community Development
            Division of Financial Assistance
          Multifamily Housing Program (MHP)
              P.O. Box 952054, MS 390-5
          Sacramento, California 94252-2054
             1800 Third Street Room 390-5
             Sacramento, California 95814

             Telephone: (916) 323-3178
                 Fax: (916) 445-0117
        Web Site: http://www.hcd.ca.gov/ca/mhp/




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                               STATE OF CALIFORNIA
                       ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, GOVERNOR

                 BUSINESS, TRANSPORTATION AND HOUSING AGENCY
                        BARRY SEDLIK, ACTING SECRETARY

             DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
                         LYNN L. JACOBS, DIRECTOR

                           Division of Financial Assistance
                          Chris Westlake, Acting Deputy Director

                         Multifamily Housing Program

                                       Section Chief
                                 Nadine Ford, (916) 327-3942
                                      nford@hcd.ca.gov
                                       Support Staff
                                Barbara Stolk, (916) 323-3178
                                      bstolk@hcd.ca.gov
                                     Program Managers
Kim Losoya, (916) 449-5607                     Mike Greenlaw, (916) 327-3630
klosoya@hcd.ca.gov                             mgreenlaw@hcd.ca.gov
Diane Snyder, (916) 324-6756                   Ben Dudek, (916) 445-6508
dsnyder@hcd.ca.gov                             bdudek@hcd.ca.gov

                                     Program Specialist
                               Nanette Guevara, (916) 324-2647
                                   nguevara@hcd.ca.gov
                                       Loan Officers
Elycia Abdala Juco, (916) 327-2881             Regina Lett-Sullivan, (916) 327-3625
eabdala@hcd.ca.gov                             rlsullivan@hcd.ca.gov
Laurel Bachand, (916) 324-2671                 Jeff Newbury, (916) 327-8880
lbachand@hcd.ca.gov                            jnewbury@hcd.ca.gov
Stephen Beckman, (916) 323-2180                Linda Ng, (916) 322-1949
sbeckman@hcd.ca.gov                            Lng@hcd.ca.gov
Eleanor Contryman, (916) 327-3749              George Rodine, (916) 327-2856
econtryman@hcd.ca.gov                          grodine@hcd.ca.gov
Diana Duggan, (916) 327-8327                   Rebecca Weber, (916) 324-3785
dduggan@hcd.ca.gov                             rweber@hcd.ca.gov
Reginald Fletcher, (916) 322-1130
rfletcher@hcd.ca.gov

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                                     General Instructions

Please use the following instructions and the Checklist (Item A1) for submitting your Universal
Application and Multifamily Housing Program Attachments (Attachments).

a.        Universal Application (Application) and Attachments must be submitted in an appropriately
          sized, 3-ring binder with a sleeve on the spine for insertion of information.

b.        Use large lettered tabs and divide the binder into 6 sections: Universal Application, A, B, C,
          D, and E.
c.        In each section set up dividers with numbered tabs to correspond to the Checklist (Item A1)
          of the Attachments. Place completed forms and requested documents behind their
          corresponding tabs. The tabs must be securely affixed to the divider pages.


d.        For items that are not applicable to your Attachments, place a sheet saying “Not Applicable”
          behind the tab corresponding to the Attachment number.


In order to be considered for funding, applications and attachments must be on forms provided or
approved by the Department (Section 7318 of the MHP Regulations). Application and attachment
forms must not be modified. The application and attachment may be downloaded from web site:
www.hcd.ca.gov/ca/mhp. The Department must receive a complete original application and
attachment, plus one hardcopy AND one electronic copy on a CD of each no later than 5:00 PM on
Tuesday, March 27, 2007. No facsimiles, late or incomplete applications and attachments,
incomplete applications and attachments, or application and attachment revisions will be accepted.
Applications and attachments must meet all eligibility requirements upon submission. Applications and
attachments containing material internal inconsistencies will not be rated and ranked.



Applications and attachments shall be subject to two sets of regulations (the MHP Regulations and
the Uniform Multifamily Regulations [UMR]). Applications and attachments are also subject to the
applicable statutory requirements (including those of Proposition 1C and SB 1227 of 2002), and the
requirements specified in the NOFA and the Attachments.


Disclosure of Application

Information provided in this application and attachment will become a public record available for review
by the public pursuant to the Public Records Act. As such, any materials provided will be disclosable
to any person making a public records request. As such, we caution you to use discretion in providing
us with information that is not specifically requested, including but not limited to, bank account
numbers, personal phone numbers and home addresses. By providing this information to the
Department, the sponsor is waiving any claim of confidentiality and consents to the disclosure of all
submitted material upon request.



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                Section A

Item
A 1. Universal Application & Multifamily Housing
     Program-Specific Checklist
A 2. Eligibility Criteria




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                                      Section A Instructions
Item A1 - Attach Universal Application & Multifamily Housing Program-Specific Checklist

Item A2 - Attach the Eligibility Criteria Section. In addition to the completion of the pertinent
table(s), be sure to mark answers to questions 2, 9 and 11.
                                      Section B Instructions

Item B1 - Submit a narrative detailing any proposed Tenant Selection Criteria, and describe the
rationale for these limits. Attach the Tenant Selection Plan as set forth in UMR Section 8305 , if
available.
Item B2 - Submit the Organizational Documents of the Sponsor, and the ultimate Borrower entity if
formed, as applicable to the type of entity(ies):
          · Certified copies of the Articles of Incorp.  · Partnership Agreements
          · By-Laws                                      · LP-1 and/or LP-2
          · Sec't. of State Certificate of Good Standing · Joint Venture Agreements
          · Certificate of Incorporation                 · Articles of Organization
          · Evidence of 501(c)(3) status                 · Operating Agreement
Item B3 - Attach the Governing Board Resolution from the Sponsor (unless the Sponsor is an
individual) using one of the Sample Resolutions provided as a guide. (Use the appropriate
Resolution for the organizational structure of the Sponsor, similar to the samples provided).

Item B4 - Attach a list of the names of officers and board members of the Sponsor's governing
body.
Item B5 - Attach all available Phase I or II Environmental Site Assessment Reports with any follow-
up analysis (e.g., asbestos or lead based paint analysis) or information on mitigation completed. It
is NOT necessary to include a copy of the Database Records Search section of the
Assessment.
Item B 6 - Attach the following maps:
       a. A Parcel Map which clearly indicates the location of the site and,
       b. A Scaled Distance Map showing the location of the project site and the location of the
          following amenities within a two mile radius of the site:
          ·   public transportation              ·   public recreation
          ·   shopping                           ·   public parks
          ·   medical services                   ·   Job Center
          ·   schools                            ·   other services (in relation to the needs of the
                                                     project's tenants)
NOTE:     Map(s) must include information relative to Adaptive Reuse, Infill or Proximity to
          Site Amenity as per Item D 7 Scoring Sheet in order to obtain points in that scoring
          category. More than one scaled distance map may be submitted.




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Item B7 - Attach evidence of Article XXXIV of the State Constitution compliance, or its
inapplicability.
   a.     Does the locality have sufficient Article XXXIV Authority to accommodate the project?
          If yes, attach a copy of the document providing Authority.
    b.    If Article XXXIV Authority does not exist, submit a legal opinion letter explaining how the
          project complies with Article XXXIV requirements.
    c.    The number of Assisted Units shall equal the number of Restricted Units to the extent
          allowed by the requirements of Article XXXIV (UMR Section 8304(c)).
Item B8 - Special Needs Populations project Sponsors must complete and attach the Special
Needs Population Project Plan Checklist.
Item B9 - Special Needs Populations project Sponsors must complete and attach the Special
Needs Populations Project Plan.

                                     Section C Instructions

Item C1 - Complete and attach the Development Timetable .
Item C2 – Complete and attach the Worksheet to Determine Maximum Allowable Loan Amount .

Item C3 – Complete and attach the Loan Limit Worksheet .
NOTE:     There has been an increase in the maximum per unit loan amount for projects located in the
          Southern California and Central Valley area.
Item C4 - Complete and attach the Shared Cost Calculation Worksheet .
Item C5 – Complete and attach the MHP Loan Amount Calculation Worksheet .
Item C6 - Attach Project Sources of Funds Commitment Letters.
NOTE: To receive points in Point Categories A and B of Item D 6 Scoring Sheet, evidence
          of commitment status for development funding (rental subsidies need not be
          committed for the purpose of point awards) must be documented as follows:

          Attach to Item C 6 copies of enforceable loan commitment letters (not interest letters) or
          grant awards, or loan documents. Financing commitments MUST contain the
          following information:
              a.    The Sponsor or the ultimate owner is named as the borrower;
              b.    The project name;

              c.
                    The project site's address, assessor's parcel number, or legal description;

              d.
                    The amount, interest rate and terms of the financing being committed; and
              e.    The commitment must be fully executed by all parties.




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          To receive points, deferred-payment financing, grants, and subsidies must be committed
          in accordance with TCAC requirements and are subject to the same exceptions as
          allowed by TCAC Regulations in Section 10325(e)(8)(E)(F). These exceptions include:
          (1) the Affordable Housing Program (AHP) provided by a program of the Federal Home
          Loan Bank; (2) RHS Section 514, 515, or 538 programs; (3) California Housing Finance
          Agency’s Proposition 1A School Facility Fee Reimbursement Program: (4) the
          Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Supportive Housing Program (SHP);
          (5) the California Department of Mental Health’s Supportive Housing Initiative Act
          Program (SHIA); or (6) projects that have received a Reservation of HOME funds from
          the applicable Participating Jurisdiction.

Item C7- Complete the Developer Fee Calculation Worksheet.
NOTE:     Developer fees included in the Development Budget must be calculated in accordance
          with UMR Section 8312 . Worksheet #1 is for tax credit projects and worksheet #2 is for
          non-tax credit projects. These worksheets are provided to assist you in determining the
          amount of developer fee which may be paid from funding sources, deferred fees which
          may be taken as a priority payment from cash flow, and the portion of the developer fee
          which must be taken from allowable distributions, pursuant to UMR Section 8314.


Item C8 - Complete all sections of Item C 8 of the Attachment regarding more deeply targeted units
and the affordability level as well as special needs populations. Provide manager unit information.


NOTE: Pursuant to UMR Section 8304 , units restricted to the lowest income groups cannot be
disproportionately concentrated among the smaller units or differ in amenity level.
Item C9 - Projects dependent upon HUD Section 8 subsidies or other similar rent subsidies must
establish a Transition Reserve Account in the event such subsidies become unavailable. The
amount of the capitalized reserve shall not exceed the amount needed to ensure fiscal integrity of
the project. (Section 7312(f)(2) of the MHP Regulations).
NOTE:     The Cash Flow Analysis in the Universal Application will show all revenue and expense
          projections using the underwriting assumptions set forth in UMR Section 8310.
          Calculations shall trend at two-and-one-half percent (2.5%) increase in gross income, a
          three-and-one-half percent (3.5%) increase in operating expenses (excluding operating
          and replacement reserves set at prescribed amounts,) and a two percent (2%) increase
          in property taxes.
Item C10 - Non-Special Needs Populations projects requesting inclusion of the cost of on-site
supportive services coordination as an operating expense must provide a narrative that includes a
description of the population to be served, their supportive service needs and the need for a
services coordinator to link the targeted population to supportive services.




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NOTE:     Services Coordinators may not directly deliver services, nor may they perform unrelated
          administrative duties or act as the Recreational or Activities Director for the project. To
          the extent a full-time service coordinator position is not funded as a project operating
          expense, the same staff person could be funded from other sources to undertake non-
          service coordinator job functions. Supportive services costs other than on-site supportive
          services coordination are not allowed as operating expenses for Non-Special Needs
          Populations projects. The total operating expense minimums specifically listed in
          California Code of Regulations, Title 4, Section 10327 must be met exclusive of the cost
          of on-site supportive services coordination and property taxes.

Item C11 - For new construction projects, prepare the Construction Period Expenses of the
Development Budget based on State Prevailing Wages. Provide the name, phone number and
qualifications of the person who provided this estimate and a description of the method used to
determine the estimates on a separate page.
Item C12 - Attach copies of planning approvals; variances; conditional use permits; density
bonuses; and describe any easements, deed restrictions or Covenants, Conditions and
Restrictions (CC&R) that could restrict use.
Item C13 - Attach copies of resumes or statement of qualifications for the project contractor and
architect with a description of all previous participation, if available.
Item C14 - Attach copies of the Schematic Drawings of the site plan, floor plans, and building
elevations, if available.
Item C15 - For rehabilitation projects, Description of Current Condition of the structure(s) and a
general description of the overall scope of work. Include a discussion of any proposed modification
to the unit configurations, unit mix, need for seismic retrofit, or modifications in use (e.g.,
commercial/tourist hotel to SRO or studio apartments). Provide copies of any available consultant
reports, such as Capital Needs Assessment, Physical Needs Assessment, Replacement Reserve
Study, Feasibility Studies.
NOTE:     For all projects involving rehabilitation of existing structures, regardless of the extent of
          the planned construction work, the Department requires the completion of a Physical
          Needs Assessment (PNA) by a qualified independent third party contractor, prior to start
          of construction. Both the contractor and the PNA are subject to Department
          approval.
Item C16 - For rehabilitation projects, Provide a detailed proposed Scope of Work with line item
estimate of rehabilitation costs based on State Prevailing Wages. List the name, phone number
and qualifications of the person who prepared this estimate and describe the method used to
determine the figures.
Item C17 - For rehabilitation projects, Attach a copy of the Current Rent Roll and tenant income
and household size information, submit by unit.




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Item C18 - Attach a copy of the Letter Submitted to the Legislative Body of the local government, in
which the project site is located, notifying them of the Sponsor’s Application. Note: The Legislative
Body is either the County Board of Supervisors or the City Council (as applicable) of the jurisdiction
in which the Project is located. This is an eligibilty threshold item.

Item C19- Operating Expense comparables. Submit a minimum of three comparables for the most
recent two years. One Operating Expense comparable must be from a 100% market rate project
and one comparable must be from an affordable (TCAC or similarly restricted) project. The
remaining comparable(s) may be either affordable or market rate. Operating comparables must be
from projects located in the same market area and be of similar unit count, building type, amenity
level and tenant population (i.e., senior or family). Information must be submitted in original form.
Most recent two years audited statements for each comparable is preferred, if available. Additional
information may be required if the Department determines that the operating comparables are
incomplete or insufficient to conclude that the operating budget for the proposed project is
reasonable.

                                    Section D Instructions

Section D contains the Application Rating and Ranking Scoring Sheets (Items D 1 through D 9).
Each Item contains specific instructions on how to obtain scoring points and the documentation
required.
Please refer to the Item D pages for instructions and call one of the Loan Officers listed on the
Contacts page if you have any questions.
                                     Section E Instructions

Section E contains an Application summary along with some additional information which must be
fully completed and submitted as part of the Application.




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                                                           Item A 1

                UNIVERSAL APPLICATION & MULTIFAMILY HOUSING PROGRAM-SPECIFIC
                                         CHECKLIST


Check Items   Attachment                                                                                    Acceptable
                                                                    Attachment                               (For AGENCY
 Attached          #                                                                                          USE ONLY)



UNIVERSAL APPLICATION
                           Proof of Site Control.

                           Type of Site Control:

                               Fee Title

                               Leasehold Interest
                  1.
                               Enforceable Option to purchase or lease

                               Disposition and Development Agreement

                               Agreement with public agency

                               Land Sales Contract or other Enforceable Agreement

                           Current Title Report (program-specific requirements).
                  2.
                           Verification of Zoning and Local Approvals Form.
                  3.
                           Relocation Plan with estimated costs required for tenant relocation.
                  4.
                           Local Housing Authority or other acceptable current Utility Allowances by unit
                  5.
                           size.
                           Organizational charts for the Borrower, Sponsor, Developer, and each
                  6.
                           affiliated member or organization.
                           Legal Status Questionnaire and Explanation of Positive Responses.
                  7.
                           Previous Participation Certifications and Schedule As:

                               Developer

                               Sponsor

                  8.           Affiliate Sponsor

                               Affiliate Partners or Corporations

                               Management Firm


                           Evidence of commitments for Construction sources of funds including loans,
                  9.
                           grants, or capital contributions.
                           Evidence of commitments for Permanent sources of funds including loans,
                 10.
                           grants, or capital contributions.
                           Market Study with Rent Comparability Matrix (meeting CTCAC's
                 11.
                           requirements).



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                UNIVERSAL APPLICATION & MULTIFAMILY HOUSING PROGRAM-SPECIFIC
                                         CHECKLIST


Check Items   Attachment                                                                                  Acceptable
                                                            Attachment                                    (For AGENCY
 Attached          #                                                                                       USE ONLY)

MHP- SPECIFIC CHECKLIST
Section A
                           Complete Universal Application & Multifamily Housing Program-Specific
                 A1.
                           Checklist
                           Eligibility Criteria
                 A2.
Section B
                           Tenant Selection Criteria
                 B1.
                           Organizational Documents of the Sponsor
                 B2.
                           Governing Board Resolution
                 B3.
                           Names of Officers and Board Members
                 B4.
                           Environmental Reports
                 B5.
                           Scaled Distance Map and Parcel Map
                 B6.
                           Evidence of Article XXXIV Compliance
                 B7.
                           Special Needs Population Project Plan Checklist
                 B8.
                           Special Needs Population Project Plan
                 B9.
Section C
                           Development Timetable
                 C1.
                           Worksheet to Determine Maximum Allowable Loan Amount
                 C2.
                           Loan Limit Worksheet
                 C3.
                           Shared Cost Calculation Worksheet
                 C4.
                           MHP Loan Amount Calculation Worksheet
                 C5.
                           Project Financing (Sources of Funds) - Enforceable Commitment Letters
                 C6.
                           Developer Fee Calculation Worksheet for TCAC or Non-TCAC Projects.
                 C7.
                           Unit Mix Form
                 C8.
                           If Project is dependent upon a HUD Section 8 or similar rent subsidy, attach
                 C9.
                           calculation of Transistion Reserve Account.
                           Non-Special Needs Population Justification of Supportive Services
                 C10.




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                UNIVERSAL APPLICATION & MULTIFAMILY HOUSING PROGRAM-SPECIFIC
                                         CHECKLIST


Check Items   Attachment                                                                                    Acceptable
                                                                  Attachment                                 (For AGENCY
 Attached          #                                                                                          USE ONLY)

                           Estimate of Unit Construction Costs Based on Prevailing Wage
                 C11.
                           Copies of Planning Approvals
                 C12.
                           Copies of Resumes of the Project Contractor and Architect
                 C13.
                           Copies of Schematic Drawings
                 C14.
                           Description of Current Condition - Rehabilitation Projects Only
                 C15.
                           Scope of Work - Rehabilitation Projects Only
                 C16.
                           Current Rent Roll - Rehabilitation Projects Only
                 C17.
                           Copy of Letter to Local Government
                 C18.
                           Operating Expense Comparables
                 C19.
Section D
                           Scoring Sheet - Extent Project Serves Households at the Lowest Income
                 D1.
                           Levels
                           Scoring Sheet - Extent Project Addresses the Most Serious Identified Local
                           Housing Needs

                              Letter from City or County

                 D2.          Letter from Department of Local Government

                              Attachment to Scoring Sheet - Comparable Market Rental Data Forms

                              Third Party Market Study Attached to Application


                           Scoring Sheets - Development and Ownership Experience Certification, and
                           Appropriate Schedule(s)
                 D3.
                              Attachment - Experience Certification and Appropriate Schedule(s)

                           Scoring Sheet - Percentage of Units for Families or Special Needs
                           Populations and "At-Risk" Rental Housing Developments
                 D4.          Attachment- Checklist for 'At-Risk" of Conversion

                              Attachment- "At-Risk" of Conversion Supporting Documentation


                           Scoring Sheet - Leverage of Other Funds
                 D5.           Attachment- Current Appraisal




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                UNIVERSAL APPLICATION & MULTIFAMILY HOUSING PROGRAM-SPECIFIC
                                         CHECKLIST


Check Items   Attachment                                                                                               Acceptable
                                                                  Attachment                                            (For AGENCY
 Attached          #                                                                                                     USE ONLY)

                           Scoring Sheet - Project Readiness

                               Enforceable Commitments attached in Item C6

                               Attachment: Local Jurisdiction Verification of Project Readiness
                 D6.
                               Evidence of Title and/or Leasehold in Attachment 1 and 2 of Universal Application

                               Letter from Project Architect


                           Scoring Sheet - Adaptive Reuse, Infill, or Proximity to Site Amenity

                 D7.           Narrative Describing the Project and Area

                               Scaled Distance Map attached in Item B6


                           Scoring Sheet - Negative Point Calculation Form - To be Completed by
                 D8.
                           Department Staff - Informational Only
                           Scoring Sheet - Total Ranking Points Earned
                 D9.
Section E
                           Application Summary
                 E1.




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                                                            Item A 2
                                                       Eligibility Criteria
The following provides a summary of the eligibility requirements for the Multifamily Housing Program. The eligibility criteria
listed in this section contains references to Items which must be submitted with the MHP application. Please refer to the
Instructions section of this application for specific details on the documentation required in each Item number.

Proposed projects are eligible only if:
      1. Other development funding sources are insufficient to cover project development costs. (See Item C 2,
         Worksheet to Determine Maximum Allowable Loan Amount ).
       2. At the time of the application due date, the construction or rehabilitation work has not commenced, except for
          emergency repairs to existing structures required to eliminate hazards or threats to health and safety (Section
          7302 (a)(3) of MHP Regulations).

                    Does the Project meet these conditions?                     YES              NO

       ** If you answer NO to this question please STOP. Your project is ineligible. If you answer YES please continue.

       3. The Application and Attachments are complete pursuant to Sections 7318 and 7320(a)(4) of the MHP Regulations.
          Applicants must complete and submit the Universal Application and Multifamily Housing Program-Specific
          Checklist (Item A1).
       4. The project site is free from severe adverse environmental conditions, such as the presence of toxic waste that is
          economically infeasible to remove, pursuant to Section 7320 (a)(6) of the MHP Regulations . (Attach all available
          Phase I or II Environmental Site Assessment Reports with any follow-up analysis (e.g., asbestos or lead based
          paint analysis or information on mitigation completed).

       5. In relation to the needs of the project tenants, the project site is reasonably accessible to public transportation,
          shopping, medical services, recreation, schools, and employment, pursuant to Section 7320 (a)(7) of the MHP
          Regulations . (Document in Item B 6)

       6. The number of Assisted Units shall equal the number of Restricted Units to the extent allowed by the requirements
          of Article XXXIV of the California Constitution (Health and Safety Code Section 37000). (Document in Item B 7
          Evidence of Article XXXIV of the State Constitution compliance or its inapplicability).
       7. Proposed projects involving new construction and requiring the demolition of existing residential Units are eligible
          only if the number of bedrooms in the new Project is at least equal to the total number of bedrooms in the
          demolished structures.

          NOTE: The new Units may exist on separate parcels provided all parcels are part of the same rental housing
          development (with common ownership, financing and management). In order to receive HCD approval as a
          scattered site project, all sites in the project must be subject to similar tenant selection procedures, rent
          restrictions, special needs groups to be served, and services to be provided. The sites will usually be contiguous
          or in a close proximity to one another.

Relocation Eligibility Requirements – UMR Section 8302 and Section 7315 of the MHP Regulations:
       8. Prior to funding, the sponsor will be required to comply with the relocation requirements set forth in Section 7315
          of the MHP Regulations .

       9. Will the project require tenants to vacate their units for any period of time; result in a rent increase; reduce the
          number of units; or otherwise trigger federal or state relocation requirements?
                                                                                                        YES           NO




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         (If yes, attach a copy of the Relocation Plan in Attachment 4 of the Universal Application, if available or a
         Preliminary Relocation Plan and budget which identifies the number of units affected and sources of funds for
         relocation).

Housing Development Experience – Section 7303 ( c) of the MHP Regulations:
     10. Threshold Eligibility: In order to be eligible for MHP funding, a Project Sponsor* must demonstrate experience
         relevant to developing and owning one affordable rental housing project. For the purpose of determining eligibility,
         developing and owning a small shared housing project may be counted. (Please note, however, project sponsors
         must demonstrate experience with projects containing 5 or more units to score points in Item D3 and to meet
         supportive housing requirements in Item B9. Bedrooms in a single-family house or apartment do not count as
         units of housing for these purposes.)

         Primary Method of Demonstrating Threshold Eligibility A Project Sponsor can demonstrate experience based
         on organizational or staff experience as follows:
         Project Sponsor, or an affiliated entity or partner, has successfully developed and owned an affordable rental
         housing project. An affiliated entity of the Project Sponsor is defined for these purposes as an entity that is under
         common control with the Project Sponsor.
         Staff or principal employed by Project Sponsor, or an affiliated entity or partner, that has successfully developed
         and owned an affordable rental housing project. In order for this experience to qualify, the staff or principal must be
         the project manager and have comprehensive development responsibilities for the proposed Project. (Experience
         of Board members of the Project Sponsor or an affiliated entity or partner does not qualify under this provision
         unless they are also staff or principals as defined above.)

         Project Sponsors using the Primary Method for Demonstrating Threshold Eligibility should complete the table
         below:
         Qualifying Entity:

         Project Name and       Subsidy Source      Qualifying Entity Responsible       Qualified Entity Owned Project at
              Address            (Including Tax          for Comprehensive              Completion Date (Indicate yes/no)
                                    Credits)        Development Responsibilities
                                                     of Project (Indicate yes/no)




         * "Sponsor" means the legal entity or combination of legal entities with continuing control of the Rental Housing
         Development. Where the borrowing entity is or will be organized as a limited partnership, Sponsor includes the
         general partner or general partners who have effective control over the operation of the partnership, or, if the
         general partner is controlled by another entity, the controlling entity. Sponsor does not include the seller of the
         property to be developed as the Project, unless the seller will retain control of the Project for the period of time
         necessary to ensure Project feasibility as determined by the Department.

         Alternative Method of Demonstrating Threshold Eligibility

         Special Needs Population Project Sponsors may establish threshold eligibility using the Primary Method
         described above or this Alternative Method. To qualify for the Alternative Method, at least 70% of the Project Units
         must be reserved for Special Needs Populations (and the Project must have met threshold requirements that
         qualify it as a Special Needs Population Project).




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The Alternative Method of Demonstrating Threshold Eligibility is designed to accommodate the differing ways
Special Needs Population projects are sometimes developed and owned. It allows Project Sponsors to submit
different projects for development experience and ownership experience. It also allows the Project Sponsor to
substitute the development experience of a contracted developer or development consultant for its own and
expands the criteria for ownership by including "operation" experience as a replacement for ownership. (For these
purposes, operation means controlling a property under a long-term lease or other arrangement that involves all
the responsibilities commensurate with ownership.)


Under this method of demonstrating threshold eligibility, the Project Sponsor may qualify for development
experience by contracting with a developer or development consultant , provided that the Project Sponsor has
contracted with the developer or development consultant for comprehensive development services.
Comprehensive development services include: financial packaging, selection of other consultants, selection of the
constructions contract and property management agent, oversight of architectural design, construction
management, and other major aspects of the development process.

Under this Alternative Method, the Project Sponsor may substitute operation experience for ownership experience,
as long as the roles and responsibilities of the Project Sponsor in the projects submitted for such experience is
commensurate with the ownership role and responsibilities in the proposed Project.
The Project Sponsor may qualify for ownership/operation experience based on the Sponsor’s own experience
or that of its affiliated entities and partners (as defined above in Primary Method of Demonstrating Threshold
Eligibility.) The Sponsor also may qualify for ownership/operation experience based on the experience of Staff or
principals employed by the Project Sponsor or an affiliated entity or partner, as long as the staff or principal will be
the project manager and have comprehensive development responsibilities for the proposed Project. (The
experience of Board members of the Project Sponsor or an affiliated entity does not qualify under this provision
unless they are also staff or principals as defined above.)

Project Sponsors using the Alternative Method for demonstrating Threshold Eligibility should complete the tables
below:

Development Experience:

List one affordable rental housing project completed by the developer or development consultant with whom
the Project Sponsor has a comprehensive development services contract and attach a signed copy of the
contract.

Contracted Developer/Development Consultant:
Project Name and       Subsidy Source       Qualifying Entity Responsible       Qualified Entity Owned Project at
     Address                                     for Comprehensive              Completion Date (Indicate yes/no)
                                            Development Responsibilities
                                                      of Project




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         Ownership/Operation Experience
         List one affordable rental housing projects that the Project Sponsor, or Affiliate of the Project Sponsor,
         currently owns or operates (i.e., involving all responsibilities commensurate with ownership). When substituting
         operation for ownership experience, attach: (1) a narrative describing specific roles and responsibilities of the
         sponsor and how the are commensurate with ownership roles and responsibilities; and (2) a copy of the long-
         term lease under which the project is operated.

         Qualifying Entity:

          Project Name and Address         Qualifying Entity Operates Project             Qualified Entity Owns Project
                                             Involving all Responsibilities                (Indicate yes/no and date of
                                         Commensurate with Ownership(Indicate                      completion)
                                                        yes/no)




         (Ownership and development experience is documented in Item D 3 and Attachment 8 of the Universal
         Application, along with the development experience necessary to accumulate points in Scoring Sheet Item D3).



Site Control Requirements – UMR Section 8303:

     11. Site control must be in the name of the sponsor or an entity controlled by the sponsor (the relationship between the
         sponsor and any affiliated entity must be clearly documented in the Universal Application: Universal
         Certifications and Identity of Interest Disclosure) and evidenced by one of the following (check one):
         (Evidence of site control to be submitted as Attachment 1 of the Universal Application).

         Check appropriate box:

                        YES
                              Fee Title; current preliminary (title) report documented in Attachment 2 of the Universal
                              Application; or

                        YES   a leasehold interest on the project property with provisions that enable the lessee to make
                              improvements on and encumber the property provided that the terms and conditions of any
                              proposed lease shall permit compliance with all program requirements, including UMR
                              Section 8316 requirements. Document with a copy of a fully executed and valid lease; or
                              an enforceable option to purchase or lease which shall extend, or may be extended, through
                              the anticipated date of the Program award. Document with a fully executed and valid option
                              agreement; or

                        YES   a Disposition and Development Agreement (DDA) with a public agency. Document with a
                              fully executed and valid DDA; or

                        YES   an agreement with a public agency that gives the sponsor exclusive rights to negotiate with
                              that agency for acquisition of the site, provided that the major terms of the acquisition have
                              been agreed to by both parties. Document with a fully executed and binding agreement; or


                        YES   a land sales contract, or other enforceable agreement for the acquisition of the property.
                              Document with a fully executed and binding contract of sale.

Other Threshold Requirement(s):

     12. Health and Safety Code section 50675.7(e) states in part “The Department shall ensure that the Sponsor notifies
         the local legislative body of the Sponsor’s loan application prior to application submission.” The letter to the Local
         Jurisdiction, required as Item C18, satisfies this requirement, provided that the letter is addressed to either the
         County Board of Supervisors or, if located within an incorporated City, the City Council of the jurisdiction in which
         the Project is located.



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               Section B

MHP Eligibility Threshold
     Information

 Item
 B 1. Tenant Selection Criteria
 B 2. Organizational Documents of Sponsor
 B 3. Governing Board Resolution
 B 4. Names of Officers and Board Members
 B 5. Environmental Reports
 B 6. Scaled Distance Map and Parcel Map
 B 7. Evidence of Article XXXIV Compliance
 B 8. Special Needs Population Project Plan Checklist
 B 9. Special Needs Population Project Plan




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                                        Sample for Item B 3

                     "SAMPLE" RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF
                              [NAME OF CORPORATE BORROWER]

[All of the directors / A majority of the directors] of [Name of corporation], a California [nonprofit
/ public benefit] corporation (the “Corporation”), hereby consent to, adopt and ratify the following
resolutions:


                                     Multifamily Housing Program

WHEREAS, the State of California, Department of Housing and Community Development (the
“Department”) has issued a Notice of Funding Availability (“NOFA”) under its Multifamily Housing
Program (“MHP”) dated January 25, 2007; and


WHEREAS, the Corporation is authorized to do business in the State of California and is empowered
to enter into an obligation to receive State funds for the new construction or rehabilitation of a rental
housing development, acquisition or rehabilitation of a rental housing development, or conversion of a
nonresidential structure to a rental housing development;


WHEREAS, the Corporation wishes to obtain from the Department a MHP loan for a rental housing
development; and

WHEREAS, the Corporation is an Eligible Sponsor under the Multifamily Housing Program.

NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS RESOLVED: That the Corporation is hereby authorized to submit an
application to borrow an amount not to exceed $______________ (the “MHP Loan”) in connection with
the Department’s loan of funds to the Corporation pursuant to the Notice of Funding Availability
(NOFA) issued on [date] for use in the County of ____________ [Name of County].


RESOLVED FURTHER: If the application is approved, the Corporation is hereby authorized to incur
an obligation for the MHP Loan. That in connection with the MHP Loan, the Corporation is authorized
and directed to enter into, execute, and deliver, a State of California Standard Agreement, and any
and all other documents required or deemed necessary or appropriate to carry into effect the full intent
and purpose of the above resolution, in order to evidence the MHP Loan, the Corporation’s obligations
related thereto, and the Department’s security therefore; including, but not limited to, a promissory
note, a deed of trust and security agreement, a regulatory agreement, a development agreement and
certain other documents required by the Department as security for, evidence of or pertaining to the
MHP Loan, and all amendments thereto (collectively, the “MHP Loan Documents”).



RESOLVED FURTHER: The Corporation is further authorized to request amendments, including
increases in amounts up to amounts approved by the Department, and to execute any and all
documents required by the Department to govern and secure these amendments.


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RESOLVED FURTHER: That [Name(s) and Title(s) of Corporate Officer(s)] [is/are] hereby
authorized to execute an application for a MHP Loan, the MHP Loan Documents, and any
amendment or modifications thereto, on behalf of the Corporation.



RESOLVED FURTHER: That this Resolution shall take effect immediately upon its passage.



Passed and adopted, effective as of _____________, 20___, by the consent of the Board of Directors
of the Corporation by the following vote: [Note: The Resolution adoption date must be between
the NOFA issuance date and the application due date.]


AYES: __________      NAYS: ___________        ABSTAIN: ____________      ABSENT: __________


CERTIFICATE OF THE SECRETARY

The undersigned, Secretary of the Corporation does hereby attest and certify that the [foregoing /
attached] Resolution is a true, full and correct copy of a resolution duly adopted at a meeting of said
Corporation which was duly convened and held on the date stated thereon, and that said document
has not been amended, modified, repealed or rescinded since its date of adoption and is in full force
and effect as of the date hereof.

                       Secretary’s Signature                                               Date


               Type or Print Secretary’s Name




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                                       Sample for Item B 3

                  "SAMPLE" RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF
                       [NAME OF CORPORATE GENERAL PARTNER]

[All of the directors / A majority of the directors] of [Name of corporation], a California [nonprofit
/ public benefit] corporation (the “Corporation”), hereby consent to, adopt and ratify the following
resolutions:
                                      Multifamily Housing Program

WHEREAS, the State of California, Department of Housing and Community Development (the
“Department”) has issued a Notice of Funding Availability under its Multifamily Housing Program
(“MHP”) dated January 25, 2007; (“NOFA”) and


WHEREAS, the Corporation is authorized to do business in the State of California and it is in the best
interests of the Corporation and its [Members / Shareholders] for the Corporation to act as the
[managing / sole] General Partner of [Name of Limited Partnership Borrower], a California limited
partnership (the “Limited Partnership”);


WHEREAS, the Limited Partnership wishes to obtain from the Department a MHP loan for a rental
housing development; and

WHEREAS, the Limited Partnership is an Eligible Sponsor under the Multifamily Housing Program.

NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS RESOLVED: That the Corporation is hereby authorized to act as the
[managing / sole] General Partner of the Limited Partnership and to submit an application on behalf
of the Limited Partnership for a MHP loan to the Limited Partnership pursuant to the NOFA in an
amount not to exceed $_____________ (the “MHP Loan”) for use in the County of _____________
[Name of County].

RESOLVED FURTHER: If the application is approved, the Corporation is hereby authorized to incur
an obligation for the MHP Loan on behalf of the Limited Partnership. That in connection with the
Limited Partnership’s MHP Loan, the Corporation is authorized and directed to enter into, execute, and
deliver, as the [managing / sole] General Partner of the Limited Partnership, a State of California
Standard Agreement, and any and all other documents required or deemed necessary or appropriate
to carry into effect the full intent and purpose of the above resolution, in order to evidence the MHP
Loan, the Limited Partnership’s obligations related thereto, and the Department’s security therefore;
including, but not limited to, a promissory note, a deed of trust and security agreement, a regulatory
agreement, a development agreement and certain other documents required by the Department as
security for, evidence of or pertaining to the MHP Loan, and all amendments thereto (collectively, the
“MHP Loan Documents”).




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RESOLVED FURTHER: The Corporation is further authorized on behalf of the Limited Partnership to
request amendments, including increases in amounts up to amounts approved by the Department,
and to execute any and all documents required by the Department to govern and secure these
amendments.



RESOLVED FURTHER: That [Name(s) and Title(s) of Corporate Officer(s)] [is/are] hereby
authorized to execute an application for a MHP Loan, the MHP Loan Documents, and any amendment
or modifications thereto, on behalf of the Corporation as the [managing / sole] General Partner of the
Limited Partnership.


RESOLVED FURTHER: That this Resolution shall take effect immediately upon its passage.




Passed and adopted, effective as of _____________, 20___, by the consent of the Board of Directors

AYES: __________       NAYS: ___________       ABSTAIN: ____________         ABSENT: __________


CERTIFICATE OF THE SECRETARY

The undersigned, Secretary of [Name of Limited Partnership’s Corporate General Partner] does
hereby attest and certify that the [foregoing / attached] Resolution is a true, full and correct copy of a
resolution duly adopted at a meeting of said Corporation which was duly convened and held on the
date stated thereon, and that said document has not been amended, modified, repealed or rescinded
since its date of adoption and is in full force and effect as of the date hereof.



                       Secretary’s Signature                                                  Date


                Type or Print Secretary’s Name




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                          Special Needs Population Projects
In order to be approved as a Special Needs Population Project: (1) the Special Needs
Population Project Plan Checklist must be submitted as Item B8, and (2) the completed
Special Needs Population Project Plan must be submitted as Item B9.

Special Needs Population Projects must comply with the specific requirements contained in
the MHP NOFA dated January 25, 2007 (the NOFA) and in the MHP and Uniform Multifamily
Regulations posted to the Department’s website. Projects shall be subject to HCD
determination that the project has met all relevant requirements in order to qualify as a Special
Needs Project.
                                            Item B 8
                     Special Needs Population Project Plan Checklist

The Special Needs Population Project Plan Checklist shall serve as a guide to ensure that the
Special Needs Population Project Plan is complete. Note on the Checklist that each part and
section of the plan (Item B 9) is complete. Submit the Checklist as Item B 8.

         Part 1.   Populations to be Served
                            Section 1: Unit Calculation Tables
                            Section 2: Target Population Checklist
                            Section 3: Tenant Selection Narrative

         Part 2.   Supportive Services Plan
                            Section 1: Service Plan Summary
                            Section 2: Characteristics of Supportive Housing for Special
                                        Needs Populations
                            Section 3: Verification from Appropriate Public or Non-profit
                                        Funding Agency
                            Section 4: Supportive Services Chart
                            Section 5: Service Delivery
                                     Section 5a: Staffing Structure Chart
                                     Section 5b: Staffing Levels Table
                            Section 6: Tenant Engagement
         Part 3.   Supportive Services Budget
                            Section 1: Supportive Services Budget Table
                            Section 2: Supportive Services Cost Per Unit Table
                            Section 3: Funding and Service Commitments

         Part 4.   Project Sponsor and Service Provider Experience
                            Section 1: Project Sponsor Experience
                            Section 2: Service Provider Experience
                                     Section 2a: Service Provider Experience Chart
                                     Section 2b: Service Funding History

         Part 5.   Property Management Experience
                            Section 1: Property Management Experience
                            Section 2: Management Contract


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                                                                 Item B 9
                                           Special Needs Population Project Plan
HCD will make the determination that a project qualifies as a Special Needs Population Project based on the content and
organization of the Special Needs Population Project Plan to be submitted as Item B9. The Special Needs Plan is organized
into five parts shown below. Each part must be completed in full.
Exception: If your project is proposing to serve a target population that has an entitlement to services due to its disability, and
that target population of individual consumers will choose service providers from an approved list of providers (sometimes
called approved vendors) contact HCD Representative for technical assistance. This will generally be applicable to projects
that plan to serve persons with developmental disabilities who will be receiving services from authorized Regional Center
Vendors.
Part 1. POPULATIONS TO BE SERVED.
     Section 1. Unit Calculation Tables: Complete the unit calculation table below. For number of households, please provide point-in-
     time information.
                                     Unit Calculation Table
a.   Total Project Units
b.   Manager’s Unit (if applicable)
c.   Total Units Less Manager’s Unit [a – b]                                             0
d.   Number of Permanent Special Needs Population Project Units
e.   Number of Transitional Special Needs Population Project Units
f.   Total Special Needs Population Units [d + e]                                        0
g.   Number of Households to be Housed in Special Needs Population Units
h.   Percentage of Special Needs Population Project Units [f÷c]                       #DIV/0!
Section 2: Target Population Checklist

Please indicate below the Target Populations the project will serve in the Special Needs Population Project Units. Please note
that prospective residents must qualify as a special needs population member pursuant to Section 7301(r) of the MHP
Regulations.

Special Needs Populations Categories

     Mentally Disabled Households
     Persons with HIV/AIDS
     Disabled Households
               a. Orthopedically Disabled Households wherein a person's personal mobility is impaired.
               b. Physically Disabled Households wherein a person's ability to obtain employment is affected
                or a person requires special care or facilities in the home.
     Developmentally Disabled Households
     Agricultural Workers
     Single-Parent Households
     Survivors of Physical Abuse
     Homeless Persons or Persons At-Risk of Becoming Homeless
     Long-term Chronic Health Condition, meaning an individual or household having:
               a. Eligibility under either of the following Medicaid Waiver programs: the Multipurpose Senior Services Program
               (MSSP) or the Assisted Living Waiver Pilot Project (or its successor);
               b. Eligibility for 20 or more personal care hours per week under the In-Home Supportive Services Program
               (IHSS); or
               c. Eligibility for services under the Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE).
     Displaced Teenage Parents (or Expectant Teenage Parents)
     Homeless Youth as Defined in Government Code 11139.3
     Individuals exiting from Institutional Settings
     Chronic Substance Abusers


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Section 3. Tenant Selection Narrative: Please attach a narrative describing your tenant selection process, organized into
the titled sections as shown below. The tenant selection criteria must conclusively document that occupancy of the project will
be limited to eligible households as defined in the MHP regulations.
1) Threshold Eligibility Criteria:
   Describe tenant eligibility criteria relating to income (%SMI/AMI) and any other special needs.
2) Other Eligibility Criteria:
   Describe eligibility criteria other than those indicated in subsection (1) above, i.e., information needed to determine if
   applicant can comply with terms of a lease. (Please note: Selection criteria designed to assess anything other than the
   ability to comply with the terms of a lease generally run afoul of Fair Housing laws designed to protect equal access to
   housing for people with disabilities. Please see Between the Lines, A question and Answer Guide on Legal Issues in
   Supportive Housing , Chapter 5)1
3) Marketing/Outreach:
   Describe marketing/outreach efforts to publicize units.
4) Referral Sources:
   For each target population, list agencies/organizations from which you expect to receive tenant referral to your project.

5) Application Process:
   Describe the tenancy application process and waiting list protocol.
6) Tenant Screening:
   Describe tenant screening process, including who conducts screening and where, when, and how screening is conducted.
   Also, indicate how you will obtain third-party verification of tenant threshold eligibility, i.e., income, homeless/at-risk,
   disability status.
    Note: If your project will be serving people who are disabled due to long-term chronic health conditions, (i.e., eligibility for
    PACE, MSSP, or 20 hours of IMSS personal care, etc.), you must indicate from whom and how you plan to obtain such
    programmatic eligibility verification.

7) Fair Housing:
   Describe your reasonable accommodation policies and protocols as they relate to targeting and tenant selection.
    1
     Note: The Department may condition funding on the elimination of restrictions that it believes to be impermissible, or reject
    an application where it determines that compliance with applicable law is not feasible. A useful resource on the subject of
    legal issues in Supportive Housing is Between The Lines, A Question and Answer Guide on Legal Issues in Supportive
    Housing , published by the Corporation for Supportive Housing. The document is available online at www.csh.org.pub.html.

Part 2. SUPPORTIVE SERVICES PLAN
Special Needs Population projects shall be designed to provide affordable housing with access to an array of services and
supports for individuals whose ability to live independently would be improved by the availability of support services.
Applications for Special Needs Population projects must demonstrate that the project is linked to services that assist the tenant
to: retain the housing; improve his or her health; and maximize his or her ability to live and where possible, work in the
community.

The Department expects that projects applying for Special Needs Population project funding consideration will provide housing
that incorporates the following as characteristics of a Special Needs Population project: (1) it is independent housing in which
each tenant holds a lease or rental agreement in his or her own name, is responsible for paying his or her own rent, (2) has his
or her own room or apartment; (3) tenant may stay as long as her or she pays his or her share of rent and complies with the
terms of his or her lease; (4) it is tenancy housing, complying with applicable state and federal laws governing the landlord-
tenant relationship; (5) participation in services or any type of services is not required as a condition of tenancy.


Pursuant to UMR Section 8301(o), residential treatment programs and licensed facilities that provide health care services may
not be eligible for funding. Board and care facilities are not generally considered to be service-enriched housing since these
facilities do not typically offer the level of services required to sustain the tenancy of the Special Needs Populations targeted
under the MHP.




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Section 1. Service Plan Summary:
Provide a short narrative summary of your service plan, including a description of the primary service needs of the target
populations, identification of the lead service provider and other significant service partners, a description of the key services
each will provided and how the project will be staffed. Be sure to demonstrate that the essential service needs of your target
population will be met (e.g., health services for people with chronic health conditions; mental health services for people with
mental illness). Please limit your response to two pages.

Section 2. Characteristics of Housing for Special Needs Populations:
Section 7341 of the Supportive Housing Regulations provides a definition of supportive housing that includes the following
characteristics. Please confirm compliance by checking all the characteristics that apply to the Special Needs Population.
Please conform compliance by checking all of the characteristics that apply to the Special Needs Population units in your
project.
              Tenant holds a lease in his/her name and is responsible for paying rent.
              Tenant has his/her own room or apartment and is individually responsible for arranging any shared
              Tenant may stay as long as he/she pays his/her share of the rent and complies with the terms of his/her lease.
              Unit is subject to applicable state and federal landlord tenant laws.
              Tenant's participation in services or any particular service shall not be required as a condition of

    Typically, all the characteristics listed above must be present in order for the project to be eligible for funding. However, please
    explain mitigating circumstances for any missing characteristic.

Section 3. Verification from Appropriate Public or Non-profit Funding Agency
All applications shall include a verification from an appropriate funding entity (either public or non-profit) knowledgeable
about the supportive service needs of the targeted population, indicating that the proposed services are appropriate to
meet the needs of the targeted population(s). The verification shall endorse the project sponsor as a known provider of support
services to the target population the sponsor is proposing to serve. The project Sponsor and/or Service Provider are not
eligible to provide the Funding Agency Verification.


Please use the attached Supportive Services Verification from the Appropriate Public or Non-Profit Agency Form. Please
submit one verification for each target population checked in Part 1, Section2. If appropriate, a single funder may provide a
verification for multiple populations (i.e. a County Department of Health Services could provide a verification for a project
serving individuals with HIV/AIDS, Chronic Substance Abuse and Other Chronic Health Conditions). Please be sure to
indicate on the verification form the target populations to which each verification applies.




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                                                       Item B 9
                                                  Part 2 Section 3
                            Supportive Services Verification from the Appropriate Public or
                                          Nonprofit Funding Agency Form

To the project sponsor: Complete the project sponsor, service provider, project name and contact information, target population,
and name of Verifying Funding Agency information sections below. Then submit this form along with a copy of the Special
Needs Population Project Plan contained in the application to the appropriate funding agency (public or nonprofit)
knowledgeable about the supportive services needs of the targeted population(s). For example, for a project serving
chronically mentally ill people, the funding entity could be the County Department of Mental Health.

Submission of this form shall constitute certification by the sponsor that a true copy of the Special Needs Population Project Plan
submitted in the application has been submitted to the funding agency named below. The form may be submitted to more than
one agency or department if necessary.


PROJECT SPONSOR:
SERVICE PROVIDER:
PROJECT NAME:
PROJECT ADDRESS/SITE:
PROJECT CITY:
PROJECT COUNTY:
NAME OF VERIFYING FUNDING
TARGET POPULATION(S):
To the public or nonprofit funding agency: The project sponsor named above is submitting an application to the State Department
of Housing and Community Development (HCD) requesting funding for the project named above under the Multifamily Housing
Program (MHP). The application for MHP funding is subject to HCD’s determination that the project qualifies as a Special Needs
Population Project. The findings of your agency will be considered in arriving at this determination. Please review the attached copy
of the Special Needs Population Project Plan, note your findings in the chart below, and complete the signature block below the
chart. Attach comments for any “no” and as otherwise necessary. Your cooperation is appreciated.



                                                                                                            Yes            No
We have reviewed the Special Needs Project Plan submitted for the project named above.


To the best knowledge of this funding agency, there are no known conditions that would preclude the
service provider from making accessible the services proposed in the Special Needs Project Plan.


The services proposed in the Special Needs Project Plan are appropriate to meet the needs of the
target population(s) named above.

The project sponsor or service provider is a known provider of support services to the target
population(s) listed above.

Dated:

Statement Completed by (please print):

Signature:

Title:

Agency or Department:

Agency or Department Address:

Agency or Department Phone:



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Part 3. SUPPORTIVE SERVICES BUDGET

Section 1. Supportive Services Budget Table. Provide a preliminary line item Supportive Services Budget for your project
using the format provided below. Complete both the income and expense portions of the budget. Include all costs
associated with implementing your Supportive Services Plan as described in Part 2 above, including any in-kind services
essential to your plan's success. Total expenses should not exceed total income. Add expense item categories and lines as
necessary.

If any expense item is comprised of multiple expense items and exceeds $25,000, please provide additional detail by listing
component expenses separately as line items. (For example, if the "other expenses" category exceeds $25,000 and is
comprised of telephone, postage & freight and publications costs, please add lines under "other expenses" and list these line
items separately.) Do not include costs associated with providing services in non-Special Needs Population Units. If costs are
associated with both Special Needs Population and non-Special Needs Population Units, include only that portion of the costs
associated with Special Needs Population Units.

Please note: If the costs for an On-Site Supportive Services Coordinator are included as part of the project's Operating
Budget (as documented in the Annual Operating Budget and Cash Flow Analysis of the Application), this position and the
dollars associated with this position must be included in this Supportive Services Budget Table. These funds should be
categorized as "Not Committed" in the Status column of this table.

                  INCOME SOURCE                           AMOUNT          TYPE           STATUS         % OF TOTAL
        (Include the name and address of the                           (Cash or In- (Committed, Intent   BUDGET
agency/organization and a contact name and telephone                      kind      to Fund or Provide,
                       number)                                          Services)     Not Committed)



(Income Source)
(Income Source)
Add lines as necessary
Total Income

                    EXPENSE ITEM                          AMOUNT          TYPE           STATUS         % OF TOTAL
                                                                       (Cash or In- (Committed, Intent   BUDGET
                                                                          kind      to Fund or Provide,
                                                                        Services)     Not Committed)


Staff Salaries: List by title of position. (This list
should match the Staffing Chart in Part 2, Section
5a. above.)
(Staff Position)                             FTE
(Staff Position)                             FTE
Add lines as necessary
Fringe Benefits
Total Staff Expenses

Consultants: List by Function

Subcontractors or Partners: List by Entity & Type of
Service
Equipment
Supplies
Travel
Office Rent/Occupancy Costs (Do not include rent or
leasing costs for Special Needs Units)
Training
Other Expenses
Add lines as necessary
Total Expenses



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Section 2. Supportive Services Cost Per Unit: No hard and fast industry standards exist about supportive services cost
per unit. However, industry practice indicates a range between $5,000 - $10,000 per household unit, depending upon the
intensity of the needs of the target population.



Complete the following calculation about supportive services cost per unit for your project. If your supportive services cost
per unit, as calculated below, differ from industry practice, please provide a narrative explanation. The project must
meet/address the industry standard.

                                    Supportive Services Cost Per Unit Calculation Table

   a.     Total Special Needs Population Project Units
          (From Item B9, Part 1, Section 1.Unit Calculation Table line f)                                                     0

   b.     Total Supportive Services Costs
          (Item B9, Part 3, Section 1 "Total Expenses" column)                                                               $0

   c.     Total Supportive Services Costs per Unit
                                                                                                                           #DIV/0!
          (b ÷ a)

If the project will serve multiple Special Needs households within individual units, also indicate the supportive services cost
per household by completing the calculation below.
   d.     Total Special Needs Population Project Households
          (Item B9, Part 1, Section 1, Unit Calculation Table, line g)                                                        0

   e.     Total Supportive Services Costs
                                                                                                                             $0
          (From Item B9, Part 3, Section 1 "Total Expenses" column)
    f.    Total Supportive Services Costs per Household
          (e÷d )                                                                                                           #DIV/0!


Section 3. Funding and Service Commitments: A minimum of 25% of the total Supportive Services Budget must be
committed or supported by a letter of intent in order to be eligible for funding as a Special Needs Population project.

Letters of commitment or intent to fund or provide in-kind services documenting the 25% minimum must be on
agency/organization letterhead and include the following:
          ·   Project Name;
          ·   Description of services to be funded or provided;
          ·   Value of funds or in-kind services. If cash is to be provided, state the source of funds.
          ·   Term of funding or service provision; and,
          ·   A brief description and history of the agency/organization providing the funding or services.

Note that services/funding documented in this Section 3 must state the dollar value of the funding or in-kind services and must
appear in Section 1 Supportive Services Budget Table above.

Part 4. PROJECT SPONSOR AND SERVICE PROVIDER EXPERIENCE

Section 1. Project Sponsor Experience Table: In order to meet the Sponsor experience requirement to be considered a
Special Needs Population Project, the Project Sponsor must document a minimum of 24 months experience in the ownership
or operation (including long-term leasing) of at least one special needs housing project of at least five or more dwelling units to
qualify as a rental housing development. (Note: bedrooms in a single-family house or apartment do not count as units of
housing for demonstrating project sponsor experience).


In order to establish Sponsor experience eligibility, complete the table containing the information required below.

Please note: meeting this requirement establishes only that the Project Sponsor qualifies as a Special Needs
Population Project Sponsor. There are additional requirements related to scoring. Please refer to Item D3 for an
explanation of scoring related to Development and Ownership Experience of the Project Sponsor, and complete all
relevant exhibits in that Section.




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 Project Sponsor:

      Project         Number of        Ownership or       Population(s)      Service Provider            References
                         Units        Operation Term        Served
                     Contained in
                      the Project

Provide the name                        Provide the     List each             Provide contact      Provide one reference
and address of the                  beginning and end special needs        name, address, and       able to verify the role
     project                        dates of ownership population          telephone number if      of the Sponsor in the
                                       or operation      served            the provider is other    project submitted for
                                                                             than the Sponsor       experience. Include
                                                                                                   the organization name
                                                                                                     and contact name,
                                                                                                     title, and telephone
                                                                                                             number.




If the project you are submitting as evidence of experience is a project you operate under a long-term lease or other
arrangement that involves all the responsibilities commensurate with ownership, also submit the following additional
documentation [1]:

·      A narrative description of the job title or position, roles, and responsibility of the project sponsor. This
description shall provide HCD with information sufficient to determine that the operation experience is commensurate
with ownership experience.

·       A copy of all supporting documentation (e.g. a copy of the long-term lease) clearly identifying the significance
of the supporting documentation.




[1]
   If the project you are submitting as evidence of experience is also documented in Item D3, Attachment 2b, you do not need
to submit this additional material here in Part 4, as it is already a required submission under Item D3.




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ITEM B9, PART 2, SECTION 4. SUPPORTIVE SERVICES CHART

Section 4. Supportive Services Chart: List all services to be provided to tenants of the Special Needs Population Project units . Please complete only one
chart, but be sure that that services listed address all the service needs of all the target populations listed in the Target Population Checklist (Part 1, Section 2).
Industry practice indicates that Special Needs Populations generally require need assessment and service coordination in order to maintain the housing and live
as independently as possible. If your Supportive Services Plan Chart differs from this industry practice, provide a narrative explanation. All service needs must be
addressed in the chart or in the narrative. If services will be provided by an entity other than the Sponsor, please attach written agreements, where available.



    Supportive          Target Population           Service             Service Provider Relationship to Sponsor                     Agreement                  Service Location
     Service                                       Description
  List each service       Name the target       Provide a description   Name the service     Indicate relationship of the    If service will be provided by Indicate if the service is to
   separately, use      population(s) that will    of the service.         provider            service provider to the           an entity other than the    be provided on or off-site.
 additional sheets if     be receiving the                                                 sponsor (i.e. service provider    sponsor, indicate the type of      For off-site services
     necessary.            service listed                                                   is the sponsor, provider is a     agreement under which the        indicate the means by
                                                                                                 separate division of        service will be provided (i.e.,     which residents will
                                                                                               sponsor’s organization,         contract, memorandum of           access the service.
                                                                                           provider is a project partner,   understanding (MOU), letter of
                                                                                                         etc.)                    commitment, verbal
                                                                                                                                      agreement).




Primary Service Provider: __________________________________

Indicate the primary/lead service provider (i.e., entity responsible for overall implementation of the Supportive Services Plan including coordination between
multiple service providers where applicable).


Type of Licensure:                                                                         Licensing Agency:

Indicate here if the project is subject to licensing due to the service needs of the target population. Indicate to which license the project is subject and which public
agency regulates it (e.g., Department of Health Services, Department of Social Services).


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ITEM B9, PART 2, SECTION 5. SERVICE DELIVERY
Section 5a: Staffing Structure. List all staff positions which will provide services to the tenants of the Special Needs Population Project units. Be sure to
include not only staff positions under the project sponsor or primary service provider, but also any staff positions under partnering organizations who have
committed time to the project. For each position, list the title, a brief description of the role and duties, the full-time equivalent (FTE), the organization under which
the position resides, and the location of the position (on-site or off-site). At the bottom of the FTE column, please be sure to provide a calculation of the total
number of project staff. Do not include staff which serve non-Special Needs Units. If a staff position serves both tenants in Special Needs Units and non-Special
Needs Units, include only that portion (i.e., % FTE) of the staff position dedicated to Special Needs Units.

All staff positions listed here must be reflected in the Supportive Services Budget (Part 3, Section 1).
Please note: If the costs for an On-Site Supportive Services Coordinator are included as part of the project’s Operating Budget, that position must be included
in this chart.



        Title                         Role/Duties*                             FTE                  Employing Organization of the Position                     Location of Work

    List each staff    Briefly describe the roles and duties of each          Indicate the    Name the organization that will employ the staff person (this Indicate whether the staff
  position separately                     position                       percentage of full-          could be the sponsor or a project partner)              positions will be on or
(use additional sheets                                                  time equivalent the                                                                           offsite.
    if necessary)                                                         staff position will
                                                                       devote to this project
                                                                           (i.e. a half-time
                                                                       position would be 0.5
                                                                                 FTE)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
                                                      TOTAL FTE                  0

*Assessment and Service Coordination. Enter the staff positions listed above that will be responsible for assessing the service needs and
coordinating the services of the project’s tenants: _______________________________________________________________




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Section 5b. Staffing Levels

No hard and fast industry standards exist for supportive service staffing levels. However,
industry practice indicates a range of 10 to 15 tenant households per staff person for a project
serving a target population likely to need intensive services (i.e. homeless, dually-diagnosed
individuals). A project serving a less service-intensive target population could be staffed by a
range of 15 to 25 tenant households per staff person.

Indicate the staffing level for your project by completing the calculation below. If your staffing
level, as calculated below, differs from these industry practices, provide a narrative
explanation. The project must meet or address the industry standards.

a.        Total Special Needs Population Project Units (Unit Calculation Table - Part 1, Section 1f)       0
b.        Total FTE Support Service Staff (from FTE Column of Staffing Structure – Part 2, Section 5a)     0
c.        Number of Special Needs Population Project Units Per FTE Staff Person (a÷ b)                   #DIV/0!


If the project serves multiple Special Needs households within individual units, also indicate the
staffing level per household by completing the calculation below.

d.        Total Special Needs Households (Unit Calculation Table- Part 1, Section 1g)                      0
e.        Total FTE Support Service Staff (from FTE Column of Staffing Structure – Part 2, Section 5a)     0
f.        Number of Special Needs Population Project Households Per FTE Staff Person (d ÷e)              #DIV/0!


ITEM B9, PART 2, SECTION 6. TENANT ENGAGEMENT

Industry practice indicates that services to tenants in supportive housing should be voluntary.
That is, participation in services is not a requirement of tenancy. In order to elicit tenant
participation in services, successful service providers develop and implement plans for tenant
engagement.

Provide a narrative description of how you will engage tenants in services during the tenancy in
your project. NOTE: the tenant engagement plan is distinct from your marketing and outreach
efforts for attracting applicants to the project, as described in the Tenant Selection Narrative.




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Section 2. Service Provider Experience:
Complete tables 2A and 2B below to document service provider experience: Service Provider Experience Chart and Service Funding History
Table.

2A: Service Provider Experience Chart
The primary/lead service provider (which may be the sponsor) must document at least 24 months in the successful provision of services to at
least one of the proposed targeted populations. The primary/lead service provider is the entity responsible for overall implementation of the
service plan, including coordination between multiple service providers, where applicable. Complete and submit the table containing the
information required below:



Name of Proposed Primary/Lead Service Provider:


 Number of Years Provider Has Been Providing Support Services To The Targeted Population:

    Name of        Special Needs Service Type/Description of            Beginning and          Number of       Name and Phone Number of
 Program/Project Population Served   Services Provided                     End Dates         Unduplicated      Person Who Can Provide a
                                                                       Services Provided     Clients Served      Reference Regarding the
                                                                                                Annually            Services Provided
                                                                                                                (Reference person should
                                                                                                                 not be affiliated with the
                                                                                                                     service provider)




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Section 2b. Service Funding History Table: The purpose of this section is to document the funding history
of the lead service provider. The lead service provider shall document a history of securing supportive service
funding sufficient for HCD to make a determination that the provider will be able to access funds from the
programs that fund the services identified in the Supportive Services Chart. List only funding obtained in the
last five years.

Complete the table containing the information required below:


 Funding History
                                               (Name of Service Provider)
    Source of Funds (Include        Purpose of Award   Amount    Award             Population(s) Served
 reference name and telephone        (Use of Funds)    of Funds Date and
            number)                                             Funding
                                                                 Term




Part 5. Property Management Experience

Section 1. Property Management Experience:
Industry practice indicates that a service-enriched housing project is best served by a property manager with
experience in providing property management in special needs.

The Sponsor shall document that the proposed property manager has at least 24 months experience
managing a supportive housing or special needs project of five or more dwelling units to qualify as a Rental
Housing Development. Complete and submit the table containing the information required below:




Proposed Property Manager:

 Project Name and    Number of       Special Needs      Services Provided   Dates Property Contact Name and
      Address        Units in the    Population(s)                           Management Telephone Number
                       Project          Served                                Began and      for the Project
                                                                                Ended       Owner/Operator




Section 2: Property Management Contract: Where the Project Sponsor is contracting for property
management services, the Sponsor must include a copy of the management contract or a letter of interest
from the proposed property manager indicating a willingness to enter into the contract for management
services to the project.




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            Section C
        Project Feasibility
 Item
C 1.  Development Timetable
C 2.  Worksheet to Determine Maximum Allowable Loan Amount
C 3.  Loan Limit Worksheet
C 4.  Shared Cost Calculation Worksheet
C 5.  MHP Loan Amount Calculation Worksheet
C 6.  Project Sources of Funds Commitment Letters
C 7.  Developer Fee Calculation
C 8.  Unit Mix and Income Information
C 9.  Transition Reserve if Applicable
C 10. Non-Special Needs Projects Justification of Supportive
      Services
C 11. Estimate of Construction Cost Based on Prevailing Wage

C 12.   Copies of Planning Approvals
C 13.   Copies of Resumes of the Project Contractor and Architect
C 14.   Copies of Schematic Drawings
C 15.   Description of Current Condition-rehabilitation projects only
C 16.   Scope of Work-Rehabilitation Projects Only
C 17.   Current Rent Roll-Rehabilitation Projects Only
C 18.   Copy of Letter to Local Government
C 19.   Operating Expense Comparables




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                                                  Item C 1
                                  DEVELOPMENT TIMETABLE

Project Name:

    Scheduled Date                                                                   Actual Date
 (Indicate Month/Year)                                                          (Indicate Month/Year)
                                                   SITE
  _______/_______        Phase 1 or 2 Environmental Site Assessment Completed    _______/_______
  _______/_______        Site Acquired                                           _______/_______

                                   LOCAL PERMITS/APPROVALS
  _______/_______        Conditional Use Permit                                  _______/_______
  _______/_______        Variance                                                _______/_______
  _______/_______        Site Plan Review                                        _______/_______
  _______/_______        Grading Permit                                          _______/_______
  _______/_______        Building Permit                                         _______/_______
  _______/_______        Density Bonus                                           _______/_______

                                CONSTRUCTION FINANCING
List each lender/source of funding and dates of enforceable commitments or awards
  _______/_______        1.                                                      _______/_______
  _______/_______        2.                                                      _______/_______
  _______/_______        3.                                                      _______/_______
  _______/_______        4.                                                      _______/_______
  _______/_______        5.                                                      _______/_______

                                  PERMANENT FINANCING
List each lender/source of funding and dates of enforceable commitments or awards
  _______/_______        1.                                                      _______/_______
  _______/_______        2.                                                      _______/_______
  _______/_______        3.                                                      _______/_______
  _______/_______        4.                                                      _______/_______
  _______/_______        5.                                                      _______/_______




                                            LOAN CLOSING
  _______/_______        Construction Loan Closing                               _______/_______
  _______/_______        Construction Start                                      _______/_______
  _______/_______        Construction Complete                                   _______/_______
  _______/_______        TCAC Placed In Service Application                      _______/_______
  _______/_______        Occupancy of All Assisted Units                         _______/_______
  _______/_______        MHP Permanent Loan Closing                              _______/_______




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                                                        Item C 2


        WORKSHEET TO DETERMINE MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE LOAN AMOUNT
                                   Section 7302 (b) of the MHP Regulations




                                         PERMANENT FINANCING
Total Project Cost
 Less Net Syndication Proceeds/Investor Equity
 Less Additional Owner/General Partner Equity
                                            TOTAL ESTIMATED FINANCING NEED                     $0
 Less Supportable Conventional or Bond Debt Financing
 Less "Soft" Financing and Grants
                                                                     FUNDING GAP =             $0

Note:
Exclude any bridge loan from funding gap calculation.




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                                                                                   Item C 3


                                                                  LOAN LIMIT WORKSHEET
                                                                 (Section 7307 of MHP Regulations )
Enter unit sizes and rent restriction level from the Rents and Unit Mix in the Application. Enter corresponding loan amounts indicated on the current MHP per
unit Loan Limits chart. Enter Manager's unit at 60% level.
  A        B          C         D             E         F          G        H           I           J              K            L             M          N             O       P
                                              Per                           Per
      Per Unit               Total           Unit                          Unit
        Loan       # of     Allowed          Loan               Total      Loan                                 Per Unit                     Total    Per Unit                Total
      Limit for Restricted     for           Limit     # of    Allowed     Limit      # of        Total           Loan        # of          Allowed     Loan         # of    Allowed
 AMI Efficiency Efficiency Efficiency         for    Restricte    for       for     Restricte   Allowed         Limit for   Restricte          for    Limit for    Restricte    for
Level   Unit      Units      Units           1 Br.    d 1 Br.   1 Br.      2 Br.     d 2 Br.    for 2 Br.         3 Br.      d 3 Br.         3 Br.     4+ Br.      d 4+ Br.   4+ Br.
                              (B x C)                            (E x F)                         (H x I)                                    (K x L)                          (N x O)

 60%                            0                                  0                                0                                          0                                0
 55%                            0                                  0                                0                                          0                                0
 50%                            0                                  0                                0                                          0                                0
 45%                            0                                  0                                0                                          0                                0
 40%                            0                                  0                                0                                          0                                0
 35%                            0                                  0                                0                                          0                                0
 30%                            0                                  0                                0                                          0                                0

MHP
Level

  A                             0                                  0                                0                                          0                                0
  B                             0                                  0                                0                                          0                                0
  C                             0                                  0                                0                                          0                                0




        Column                          D                   G                      J                        M                           P                    TOTAL
        Sum of Column                   $0                  $0                     $0                       $0                      $0                            $0




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                                                  Item C 4
                                     Shared Cost Calculation Worksheet

For Projects containing 100% (excluding the manager's unit) Restricted Units
A.         Total development cost


                                                           OR

For Projects containing Market Rate Units
Pursuant to Section 7304 (c) of the MHP Regulations, the shared cost factor will be based on the
ratio between the gross floor area of the Restricted Units and the gross floor area of all
Residential Units.

B.         Gross Square Footage of Restricted Units

C.         Gross Square Footage of all Residential Units

D.         Factor, Divide B by C, Express as a Whole Number Percentage #DIV/0!

E.         All Eligible Costs                                                                    $0

F.         Multiplied by Factor D Above                                              x     #DIV/0!

G.         Maximum Program Loan Amount                                                     #DIV/0!


Note: The above is a safe harbor calculation. Sponsor may substitute a more precise calculation of costs associated
exclusively with Restricted Units, but must clearly illustrate its calculation methodology on a separate page(s) placed
after this attachment. The Sponsor’s calculation result should be placed on line F with a footnote that an explanation
of the methodology used has been attached.

                                                           OR

For Projects Containing Commercial Space

Calculate proportion of total development costs attributable to restricted units pursuant to Section 7304 (c) of the MHP
Regulations . Clearly show calculation and attach to this page.

H.           Portion of TDC attributable to Restricted Units:                       $0


For those projects containing commercial space, we recommend the Sponsor contact an MHP Representative
for assistance.




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                                       Item C 5

                    MHP LOAN AMOUNT CALCULATION WORKSHEET


Loan Amount cannot exceed lesser of 1 through 4:

1.     Item C 3:                                                             $0
       (Funding Gap from Worksheet to Determine Maximum Allowable Loan Amount)

2.     Item C 4                                                                           $0
       (Total from Loan Limit Worksheet):

3.     Item C 5                                                                    #DIV/0!
       (Line A or G or H from Shared Cost Calculation Worksheet)

4.     Maximum Per Project MHP Loan:                                        $10,000,000

5.      MHP Loan Amount:                                                           #DIV/0!
                           (Enter the Lesser of 1 through 4 above)




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                                    Developer Fee Worksheet
                                                for
               Tax Credit Projects Subject to the Uniform Multifamily Regulations
                                                           Revised 8/10/06

Instructions: Just complete the yellow, shaded cells - choose only one in the 'A', 'B' or 'C' sections.

A New construction and substantial rehab projects

      1   Number of units (include manager's unit)                                    0
      2   First 30 units at:                       $21,000 each                           $               -
      3   Units in excess of 30 at:                 $8,500 each                           $               -
      4   Total (A2 + A3)                                                                                        $        -

                                                                   OR
B Acquisition and rehab projects
     with construction cost (excluding contractor profit and overhead) $7,500 - $25,000 per unit

      1   Number of units (include manager's unit)
      2   First 30 units at:                       $10,000 each                           $               -
      3   Units in excess of 30 at:                 $4,500 each                           $               -
      4   Total (B2 + B3)                                                                                        $        -
                                                                   OR
C All other projects

      1 Number of units (include manager's unit)
      2 Total at:                                     $2,000 per unit                                            $        -

  D       Developer Fee that TCAC would allow to be included in eligible basis
          (ask sponsor for calculation)
  E       Lesser of $1,200,000 or D                                                                              COMPLETE D

  F       Sponsor capital contribution of funds or real property
  G       Maximum allowable Developer Fee payable from development funding sources
          A4, B4 or C2, not to exceed E, plus F                                                                  $        -

  H       Developer Fee budgeted for payment from Development Funding Sources
          (cannot exceed line G)
  I       Maximum Deferred Fee payable from cash flow
          prior to Distributions and residual receipts loan payments (E+F-H)                                         #VALUE!

  J       Deferred Developer Fee budgeted for payment from cash flow prior to Distributions
          and residual receipts loan payments (cannot exceed line I)
  K       Deferred Fee budgeted for payment from Distributions

  L       Total developer fee, including Fee payable from Distributions (H+J+K)                                  $        -




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                                   Developer Fee Worksheet
                                               for
           Non-Tax Credit Projects Subject to the Uniform Multifamily Regulations
                                                        Revised 8/10/06


Instructions: just complete the yellow, shaded cells - choose only one from the 'A', 'B' or 'C' sections

A New construction and substantial rehab projects

            1   Number of units (include manager's unit)
            2   First 30 units at:                       $21,000 each                    $           -
            3   Units in excess of 30 at:                 $8,500 each                    $           -
            4   Total (A2 + A3)                                                                            $         -


                                                               OR


     B Acquisition and rehab projects
          with construction cost (excluding contractor profit and overhead) $7,500 - $25,000 per unit

            1   Number of units (include manager's unit)
            2   First 30 units at:                       $10,000 each                    $           -
            3   Units in excess of 30 at:                 $4,500 each                    $           -
            4   Total (B2 + B3)                                                                            $         -


                                                               OR


     C All other projects

            1 Number of units (include manager's unit)
            2 Total at:                                $2,000 per unit                                     $         -



       D        Sponsor capital contribution of funds or real property

       E        Maximum allowable MHP Developer Fee (A4, B4 or C2 plus D)                                  $         -




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                                                                  Item C 8

                                                             UNIT MIX

Complete all sections of Item C 8 of the Attachment regarding more deeply targeted units and the affordability level as well as
special needs populations. Provide manager unit information.

      (A)            (B)              (C)                   (D)                 (E)                 (F)                    (G)
# of Bedrooms # of Units     % of Area Median           MHP Level           # of Units           # of Units             Comments
                                  Income                (A, B, or C)      Designated as        Designated as
                                                                          Special Needs       Subsidized Units
                                                                           Population




Total # Units        0                                                           0                   0




Manager's Unit(s)1
# of Bedrooms # of Units   Proposed Monthly Rent       Total Monthly     Unit Restricted to
                           (Not Including Utilities)      Rents          60% AMI or less
                                                                           (Yes or No)

                                                                    $0
                                                                    $0
                                                                    $0
Total # Units        0               Total Mo. Rents                $0




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                                                                         Item C 11
                 Budgeted Cost Estimate for New Construction Using State Prevailing Wage Rates

   Who prepared estimates?
                                                                        Name                                                        Job Title

   Date estimates prepared?
        Basis for estimates?

The estimator states that, to the best of their knowledge, the construction estimates, and trade-item breakdown on this page are complete and accurate.
       DIV          Trade Item                              Amount                                    Notes/Description if necessary
         3          Concrete
         4          Masonry
         5          Metals
         6          Rough Carpentry
         6          Finish Carpentry
         7          Waterproofing
         7          Insulation
         7          Roofing
         7          Sheet Metal and Flashing
         7          Exterior Siding
         8          Doors
         8          Windows
         8          Glass
         9          Lath & Plaster
         9          Drywall
         9          Tile Work
         9          Acoustical
         9          Wood Flooring
         9          Resilient Flooring
         9          Carpet
         9          Paint & Decorating
        10          Specialties
        11          Special Equipment
        11          Cabinets
        11          Appliances
        12          Blinds & Shades
        13          Modular/Manufactured
        13          Special Construction
        14          Elevators or Conveying Syst.
        15          Plumbing & Hot Water
        15          Heat & Ventilation
        15          Air Conditioning
        15          Fire Protection
        16          Electrical
                    Accessory Buildings
                    Other/misc
                    Subtotal Structural                         $0
         2          Earth Work
         2          Site Utilities
         2          Roads & Walks
         2          Site Improvement
         2          Lawns & Planting
         2          Geotechnical Conditions
         2          Environmental Remediation
         2          Demolition
         2          Unusual Site Cond
                    Subtotal Site Work                          $0
                    Total Improvements                          $0
         1          General Conditions
                    Subtotal                                    $0
         1          Builders Overhead
         1          Builders Profit
                    TOTAL                                       $0

                           Total Square Foot:                                                    Residential Square Foot:
                   Total Cost/total square foot:         #DIV/0!                         Total Cost/residential square foot:        #DIV/0!




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                           Section D
 Rating and Ranking Criteria
               SECTION 7320 OF THE MHP REGULATIONS

Item
D 1.   Scoring Sheet - Extent Project Serves Households at the Lowest Income Levels -
       Section 7320(b)(1) of the MHP Regulations


D 2.   Scoring Sheet – Extent Project Addresses the Most Serious Identified Local Housing
       Needs –Section 7320(b)(2) of the MHP Regulations and Attachment to Scoring
       Sheet – Comparable Market Rental Data Form


D 3.   Scoring Sheets – Development and Ownership Experience of the Project Sponsor,
       Attachments to Scoring Sheet – Development and Ownership Experience
       Certification, and Appropriate Attachment(s)–Section 7320(b)(3) of the MHP
       Regulations


D 4.   Scoring Sheet – Percentage of Units for Families or Special Needs Populations and
       “At-Risk” Rental Housing Developments–Section 7320(b)(4) of the MHP Regulations,
       Attachment to Scoring Sheet - Checklist for “At Risk” of Conversion (if applicable),
       and “At Risk” of Conversion Supporting Documentation (if applicable)



D 5.   Scoring Sheet – Leverage of Other Funds –Section 7320(b)(5) of the MHP
       Regulations


D 6.   Scoring Sheet – Project Readiness –Section 7320(b)(6) of the MHP Regulations
       and Attachment to Scoring Sheet - Local Jurisdiction Verification of Project
       Readiness

D 7.   Scoring Sheet – Adaptive Reuse, Infill, or Proximity to Site Amenity- Section 7320
       (b)(7) of the MHP Regulations

D 8.   Scoring Sheet – Negative Point Calculation (Departmental Use Only)- Informational
       Only - To be completed by HCD staff.

D 9.   Scoring Sheet – Total Rating and Ranking Points




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                                                Item D 1

                                          SCORING SHEET

   EXTENT PROJECT SERVES HOUSEHOLDS AT THE LOWEST INCOME LEVELS
          Section 7320 (b) (1) of the MHP Regulations - 35 Points Maximum




                        Total Number of Restricted Units in the Project (do           A
                        not include the manager's unit, unless it is
                        Restricted)                                                   0


                 Project must remain consistent with unit standards in UMR Section 8304.
         B                     C                  D                    E                     F

 Restricted Units         Number of          % Of Total           Scoring                  Points
 Designated for           Restricted      Restricted Units         Factor                 Awarded
   Households            Units in this    in this Category                                 (D X E)
 with Incomes of          Category        (C divided by A)
MHP Level A or less            0               #DIV/0!                0.75                 #DIV/0!
MHP Level B or less                            #DIV/0!                 1.0                 #DIV/0!

MHP Level C or less
 (Adjusted) not to                                                                         #DIV/0!
                                               #DIV/0!                1.5
Exceed 10% of Total
  Restricted Units
                                                                                    (not to exceed 15)

MHP Level C or less
(Adjusted) Restricted
  Units in Excess of                           #DIV/0!                1.0                  #DIV/0!
    10% of Total
   Restricted Units

All point calculations will be rounded to the nearest one hundredth point.
* NOTE: Units may be counted in only one Rent Restriction level category.

                        Total Column G for Point Award (Maximum 35)                #DIV/0!




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                                                         Item D 2
                                                   SCORING SHEET

                EXTENT PROJECT ADDRESSES THE MOST SERIOUS IDENTIFIED LOCAL
                                                   HOUSING NEEDS
                              Section 7320 (b) (2) of the MHP Regulations - 15 Points Maximum

(A)   Five (5) points will be awarded based on the attachment of either (1) or (2) below:

      (1) a letter from the city or county in which the proposed project will be located. The letter must be signed by an
          individual responsible for overseeing compliance with the housing policy documents (e.g., housing element,
          consolidated plan for the locality).

          The letter must include all of the following components:
          - The local housing need that is identified in The local housing policy document
          - The local housing policy document in which The need is identified
          - A statement that this project addresses the need
          - The letter must reference the subject property specifically; or

      (2) for projects with a minimum of 70% of project units reserved for Special Needs Populations (all
          documentation required of Special Needs Population Projects must have been submitted in the application
          and approved by the Department in order for points to be awarded), a letter from a department of local
          government responsible for delivery of supportive services, stating that the proposed project will address a
          serious local housing need as it relates to Special Needs Populations.



          Enter five (5) points and attach the letter to this scoring sheet.

                        AND, choose ONE of the following three options; B, C or D:

(B)   An additional ten (10) points will be awarded if

      (1) at least 70% of the units are reserved for Special Needs Populations (all documentation for Special
          Needs Populations Projects must have been submitted in the application and approved by the Department in
          order for points to be awarded); or

      (2) at least 70% of the total project dwelling units have two or more bedrooms and are located in one of
          the following counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Los Angeles, Marin, Monterey, Napa, Orange, San Diego,
          San Francisco, San Luis Obispo, San Mateo, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano, Sonoma or
          Ventura.

          Enter ten (10) points in this category based on:        Special Needs                 or Location

                                                             OR

                                                   (see next page)




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                                        SCORING SHEET CONTINUED

(C)     Five (5) or ten (10) additional points may be awarded based on submitted Comparable Market Rental Data
        Forms - Attachment to Scoring Sheet which supports the current vacancy rate for at least the five (5)
        nearest competitive developments, pursuant to Section 7320(b)(2)(C ) of the MHP Regulations. The
        Department may consult other public funding agencies to verify vacancy information for the competitive
        developments submitted for point awards. A total of at least five (5) competitive developments must be
        submitted in order for points to be awarded. If the proposed project is for the elderly, competitive
        projects must be limited to this population.


                 A                                  B                            C              D              E
                                                                              Number of       Current      Calculation
            Project Name                      Project Address                  Units in      Vacancy        Factor
                                                                               Project         Rate          CxD




                        F                                  G                                       H
               Total of Column E                  Total of column C                 Weighted Average Vacancy Rate
                                                                                           (F divided by G)




        Enter ten (10) point award if the weighted average vacancy rate is less than 3%.


        Enter five (5) point award if the weighted average vacancy rate is at least 3% but less than or equal to 5%.



                                                         OR

(D)     Five (5) or ten (10) additional points may be awarded on the basis of the vacancy rate as determined by a
        market study. If a market study is utilized for this scoring section, it must be performed by a qualified third
        party in accordance with the Department's application of TCAC Market Study Guidelines, dated February
        2006. HCD will require that market studies submitted to HCD meet the criteria in those Guidelines
        that address purposes relevant to MHP. If the proposed project is for the elderly, competitive
        projects must be limited to this population.


        Enter ten (10) point award if the vacancy rate based on the market study is less than 3%.


        Enter five (5) point award if the weighted average vacancy rate is at least 3% but less than or equal to 5%.



Total Point Award (maximum 15 points)                     0


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                                                       Item D 2
                                              Attachment to Scoring Sheet
                                   Comparable Market Rental Data Form
                        Use this form if you have selected scoring option C on page 63.
COMPLETE ONE COPY OF THIS FORM FOR EACH OF THE FIVE (5) REQUIRED COMPETITIVE DEVELOPMENTS.

DATE OF SURVEY:                                                         DATE OPENED:

                                                                                           (If
                                                                                           of units
PROJECT NAME:

PROJECT ADDRESS:


PERSON TO CONTACT:                                                              PHONE #:

BUILDING SPECIFICATIONS:                                DISTANCE FROM PROPOSED MHP PROJECT:

               Number of Bedrooms:
                       Rental Range:
                           Furnished:
                     Square Footage:
                      Price Per Sq.Ft.
               Number of Bathrooms:
                Townhouse/Flat/Split
               Total Number of Units:
               PERCENT OF TOTAL

         Utilities Paid by         Gas              Electric            Water              None
         Tenant:
         Rental Subsidies:
                               (Please describe)
SECURITY DEVICES UTILIZED:

         Full-Time Guards:         Yes                   No                     Part-Time Yes                 No
         Dead Bolts:               Yes                   No                        Other:

         CURRENT VACANCY RATE: (Average over last 12 months and also insert into Column D of Item

BUILDING CONFIGURATION:                              1 Story             2 Story                Mix

TENANT PROFILE:                 (Elderly, Family)

RECREATION FACILITIES/PROJECT AMENITIES                                                      (Please list)



PARKING FACILITIES:

         Spaces/Unit                     Enclosed              Covere                    Uncovered
                                                                                   Estimated Number of Vehicles Per
   Guest or Street Parking Available                                                                    Apartments
*This is an abbreviated version of the form used by the California Housing Finance Agency (CalHFA). Applicants may use copies of
CalHFA's form.



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                                Item D3 Scoring Sheet - Instructions
                   DEVELOPMENT AND OWNERSHIP EXPERIENCE
                          OF THE PROJECT SPONSOR
                          Section 7320(b)(3) MHP Regulations - 20 Points Maximum

Primary Scoring Method - May be utilized by all Project Sponsors
Applications will be scored based on the number of affordable rental housing developments
(including tax credit projects) that the Project Sponsor has developed and completed ("completed
projects") in the five years preceding the application due date.

Four points are awarded for each qualified completed project, up to a maximum of twenty (20)
points.
To be counted towards points under this Primary Scoring Method, completed projects must contain ten
or more units, with one exception. When the proposed project contains less than fifteen units and at
least 70% of the total units in the proposed project are reserved for Special Needs Populations (and the
Project has met threshold requirements that qualify it as a Special Needs Population Project), a
completed project may have five units. For scoring purposes, units must be apartments or SROs;
bedrooms within single-family houses and apartments will not count as units.


Qualified completed projects will count for experience points if:
          1) The Project Sponsor or its affiliate (an entity under common control with the Project
          Sponsor) was the sole developer; or

          2) The Project Sponsor or its affiliate developed the project in partnership with another entity,
          provided that the Project Sponsor or its affiliate:

                       a) effectively controlled most key aspects of the development process, as
                       evidenced by partnership agreement and other indicators of control as determined
                       by the Department.


                       b) had sufficient staff to manage the development process for all of the
                       developments that it was involved with during the development period; and
                       c) received the majority share of the developer fee for the project; or
          3) They were developed by staff currently employed by the Project Sponsor or its affiliate (or
          a principal of the Project Sponsor or its affiliate), provided that this staff:
                       a) had primary responsibility for managing the entire development process for the
                       completed project; and
                       b) will serve as the project manager for the Project (or directly supervise the
                       project manager), with primary responsibility for managing the development
                       process.
Experience of board members will not be considered, unless they are also staff or principals.
Where the Project Sponsor is a partnership, only the experience of one entity will be considered. This
entity must have a controlling interest in the partnership, primary responsibility for development activities,
a controlling and continuing role in long-term operations, and sufficient qualified staff to carry out these
roles. It must also receive the majority share of the developer fee for the Project.




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The Department will evaluate all sponsors, including the roles of any general partner(s) in a
limited partnership, to determine if the sponsor’s roles and responsibilities and benefits in the
project development and operations are commensurate with activities normally undertaken or
controlled by project developers and owners. The sponsor will be reviewed to determine if
adequate staffing levels exist to undertake and complete the project. This criteria will be applied
in evaluating Sponsor experience for the purpose of awarding points.




Alternative Scoring Method - For Special Needs Population Project Sponsors ONLY
Special Needs Population Project Sponsors may establish experience using the Primary Scoring
Method described above or this Alternative Scoring Method. To qualify for the Alternative Scoring
Method, at least 70% of the Project Units must be reserved for Special Needs Populations (and the
Project must have met threshold requirements that qualify it as a Special Needs Population Project).


The Alternative Scoring Method is designed to accommodate the differing ways Special Needs
Population projects are sometimes developed and owned. It allows Project Sponsors to submit different
projects for development experience and ownership experience. It also allows the Project Sponsor to
substitute the development experience of a contracted developer or development consultant for its own
and expands the criteria for ownership by including "operation" experience as a replacement for
ownership. (For these purposes, operation means controlling a property under a long-term lease or other
arrangement that involves all the responsibilities commensurate with ownership.)



Applications under this Alternative Scoring Method will be scored based on both the number of qualified
projects developed and completed in the five years preceding the application due date, and those
currently owned or operated. Four points are awarded for each project or pair of projects that
demonstrate development and ownership or operation experience, up to a maximum of twenty points.
For example, if a Project Sponsor or affiliated entity documents five projects demonstrating development
experience and four projects demonstrating qualified operating experience (and includes the required
supporting documentation), the Project would receive 16 points in this scoring category.



To be counted towards points under this Alternative Scoring Method, completed projects must contain
ten or more units, with one exception. When the proposed project contains less than fifteen units
and at least 70% of the total units in the proposed project are reserved for Special Needs
Populations (and the Project has met threshold requirements that qualify it as a Special Needs
Population Project), a completed project may have five units. For scoring purposes, bedrooms in a
single-family house or apartment do not count as units of housing.


As discussed above, under this method of scoring, the Project Sponsor may qualify for development
experience by contracting with a developer or development consultant, provided that the Project
Sponsor has contracted with the developer or development consultant for comprehensive
development services. Comprehensive development services include: financial packaging, selection of
other consultants, selection of the construction contractor and property management agent, oversight of
architectural design, construction management, and other major aspects of the development process.




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Under this Alternative Scoring Method, the Project Sponsor may substitute operation experience for
ownership experience, as long as the roles and responsibilities of the Project Sponsor in the projects
submitted for such experience is commensurate with the ownership role and responsibilities in the
proposed Project.


The Project Sponsor may qualify for ownership/operation experience based on the Sponsor’s own
experience or that of its affiliated entities and partners (as defined above in Primary Scoring Method.) It
also may qualify for ownership/operation experience based on the experience of Staff or principals
employed by the Project Sponsor or an affiliated entity or partner, as long as the staff or principal will be
the project manager and have comprehensive development responsibilities for the proposed Project.
(The experience of Board members of the Project Sponsor or an affiliated entity does not qualify under
this provision unless they are also staff or principals as defined above.)


Instructions:
All Project Sponsors must complete the UA FORM XX-PREVIOUS PARTICIPATION CERTIFICATE
(Attachment 8 of the Universal Application).

Project Sponsors establishing experience based on the Primary Scoring Method should complete
Attachment 1. Project Sponsors establishing experience based on the Alternative Scoring Method
should complete Attachment 2a and include supporting documentation where required (i.e., copy of the
contract for comprehensive development services with development consultant or contracted
developer); narrative (Attachment 2b) describing Project Sponsor's roles and responsibilities for each
project which it wishes to substitute operation for ownership experience; and, a copy of long-term lease.



The Department may require the Project Sponsor to provide additional documentation in connection with
projects submitted for experience points.




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                                                              Item D 3 - Attachment 1

    Project Sponsors should complete this Attachment 1 when using the Primary Scoring Method for scoring development experience. List
    all subsidized rental housing projects completed within five years of the application due date for which the Project Sponsor expects to garner
    points. Include only the projects in which the qualifying entity was responsible for overseeing or performing the full range of comprehensive
    development activities including: financial packaging, selection of consultants, selection of the construction contractor and property management
    agent, oversight of architectural design, construction management and other aspects of the development process. Submit a separate schedule
    for each qualifying entity. (Submit additional sheets as necessary.)


    Qualifying Entity:

         Subsidized Project Name and          Subsidy Source     The Qualifying Entity was      Number of         Date Project Completed as
                   Address                     (Including Tax        Responsible for            Units in the Evidenced by Notice of Completion,
                                                   Credits)          Comprehensive                Project     Placed in Service Date, Certificate
                                                                      Development                                of Occupancy, or Equivalent
                                                                  Responsibilities of the                     _____________________________
                                                                     Project (yes/no)                             Month                Year




                                                                 Scoring
a. Number of Projects Demonstrating Development Experience and Completed within Five Years of the Application Due Date


b. Point Award (a. multiplied by four, up to a maximum of 20 points)




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                                                               Item D 3 - Attachment 2a
Special Needs Population Project Sponsors should complete this Attachment 2a when using the Alternative Scoring Method for scoring
development and ownership or operation experience. (Only Projects with at least 70% of Project Units reserved for Special Needs Populations are eligible
to use this method of scoring.)

                                                                   Development Experience
List all subsidized rental housing projects completed within five years of the application due date by the developer or development consultant with whom
the Project Sponsor has a comprehensive development services contract. Include only the projects in which the qualifying entity was responsible for
overseeing or performing the full range of comprehensive development activities including: financial packaging, selection of consultants, selection of the
construction contractor and property management agent, oversight of architectural design, construction management and other aspects of the
development process. A copy of the contract must be attached to Item D 3.

        Contracted Developer/Development Consultant:
Subsidized Project Name and Address         Subsidy Source     Qualifying Entity Responsible     Qualified Entity   Number      Date Project Completed as
                                             (Including Tax         for Comprehensive           Owned Project at    of Units      Evidenced by Notice of
                                                Credits)       Development Responsibilities     Completion Date      in the    Completion, Placed in Service
                                                                of Project(Indicate yes/no)     (Indicate yes/no)   Project         Date, Certificate of
                                                                                                                                 Occupancy, or Equivalent
                                                                                                                               _________________________




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                                                               Ownership/Operation Experience
List all subsidized rental housing projects that the Project Sponsor, or Affiliate of the Project Sponsor, currently owns or operates (i.e., involving all
responsibilities commensurate with ownership). Submit a separate schedule for each qualifying entity. (Submit additional sheets as necessary.) For each
project submitted for operation experience, attach the following supporting documentation: a narrative describing the Project Sponsor's roles
and responsibilities using the attached form and a copy of the long-term lease.
Qualifying Entity:
Subsidized Project Name and Address         Subsidy Source       Qualifying Entity Operates Project Involving all      Qualified Entity  Number of Units in
                                             (Including Tax      Responsibilities Commensurate with Ownership           Owns Project        the Project
                                                Credits)                         (Indicate yes/no)                  (Indicate yes/no and
                                                                                                                     date of completion)




                                                                          Scoring

    a.     Number of Projects Documenting Contract Development or Development Consultant Experience

    b.     Number of Projects Documenting Ownership or Operation Experience

    c.     Point Award (Take the lesser of a. or b. and multiply by four , up to a maximum of 20 points)




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                       Item D 3 - Attachment 2b
        NARRATIVE DESCRIPTION OF ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
       FOR EACH PROJECT SUBMITTED FOR OPERATION EXPERIENCE


Project Name:


Provide a narrative description of the job title or position, roles, and responsibilities of the
Project Sponsor for each project listed on the "Ownership/Operation" Experience
component of Attachment 2a that documents operation experience. The description
should provide the Department with sufficient information to determine that the
operation experience is commensurate with ownership experience. Attach to this all
supporting documentation (i.e., long-term lease), clearly identifying the significance
of the supporting documentation and the specific project to which the supporting
documentation is related.




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                                                  Item D 4
                                         SCORING SHEET

    PERCENTAGE OF UNITS FOR FAMILIES, SUPPORTIVE HOUSING OR
     SPECIAL NEEDS POPULATIONS, OR "AT-RISK" RENTAL HOUSING
                        DEVELOPMENTS
               Section 7320 (b) (4) of the MHP Regulations - 35 Points Maximum

Applications will be scored based on the percentage of project units that will have two or more
bedrooms, or that are reserved for Special Needs Populations. Projects must have at least five
units reserved for Special Needs Populations to receive points for those units. A Special Needs
Population Project Plan, (Item B 9) acceptable to the Department, must accompany the application in
order to receive points for Special Needs Units. Detailed documentations, acceptable to the
Department, describing the experience and capacity of the service provider must be submitted in order
to receive points for special needs units.
Points will be awarded as follows: (A) .2 points for each percent of total project units that have two
bedrooms; (B) .7 points for each percent of total project units that have three bedrooms; (C) 1 point for
each percent of total project units that are reserved for Special Needs Population(s); or (D) 35 points
for projects approved by the Department as "At-risk" Rental Housing Developments. Submit attached
checklist for "At-risk" of Conversion.

Project must conform to UMR Section 8304, Unit Standards.
                                                                                           A
Total Number of Project Units (include the manager's unit)……………...……

                 B                         C                  D                  E         F

                                      Number of      % Of Total Project
                                                                                        Points
                                       Units in        Units in this         Scoring
    Unit Size or Designation                                                           Awarded
                                        this             Category             Factor
                                                                                        (D x E)
                                      Category         (C divided by A)
2 Bedroom                                                      #DIV/0!           0.2    #DIV/0!
3+ Bedroom                                                     #DIV/0!           0.7    #DIV/0!
Units Reserved for Special Needs
                                                               #DIV/0!           1.0    #DIV/0!
Populations
Enter thirty-five (35) points here if the project is an “At-risk” Rental Housing
Development, as defined by TCAC Regulations. Attach checklist for 'At-risk Of
Conversion', and "At-risk" Supporting Documentation.
Total Point Award (maximum 35)
 Note: Units may not be included in both multiple bedroom and Special                   #DIV/0!
Needs Population categories

All point calculations will be rounded to the nearest one hundredth point.




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                             Item D 4 - Attachment to Scoring Sheet


                         Checklist For “At-Risk Of Conversion”

Project                                             Sponsor:
Name:

Under MHP the MHP Regulations, Section 7320(b)(4)(D) , a project approved by the Department as an
“At-risk” Housing Development, as defined by TCAC regulations, will receive 35 points (see Item D 4,
Scoring Sheet). TCAC regulations first mandate that to be considered “at-risk” housing, the project
must meet the requirements of the California Revenue and Taxation Code, subsection 10758 (c) (4),
except as further defined in TCAC regulations at Section 10325(g)(5)(B)(i), as well as meet additional
TCAC requirements.

The applicant should complete this attachment confirming that the project meets the TCAC criteria, as
well as attach documentation to Item D 4 in support of the answers given. In the material included in
Item D 4, please highlight relevant sections and, in the margins, reference the number of the criteria it
addresses. When filling out this attachment, add explanatory comments as appropriate.


To be considered “at-risk of conversion” according to the California Revenue and Taxation
Code, a project must meet all of the following four criteria:

          1 The property is a multifamily rental housing development in which at least 50 percent
           of the units receive governmental assistance pursuant to any of the following:


           (i) New construction, substantial rehabilitation, moderate rehabilitation, property
           disposition, and loan management set-aside programs, or any other program
           providing project-based assistance pursuant to Section 8 of the United States
           Housing Act of 1937, Section 1437f of Title 42 of the United States Code, as
           amended.

           (ii) The Below-Market-Interest-Rate Program pursuant to Section 221(d)(3) of the
           National Housing Act, Sections 1715l(d)(3) and (5) of Title 12 of the United States
           Code.

           (iii) Section 236 of the National Housing Act, Section 1715z-1 of Title 12 of the
           United States Code.

           (iv) Programs for rent supplement assistance pursuant to Section 101 of the
           Housing and Urban Development Act of 1965, Section 1701s of Title 12 of the
           United States Code, as amended.




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         (v) Programs pursuant to Section 515 of the Housing Act of 1949, Section 1485 of
         Title 42 of the United States Code, as amended.

         (vi) The low-income housing credit program set forth in Section 42 of the Internal
         Revenue Code, provided that the property is not eligible to receive an allocation of
         tax exempt private activity mortgage revenue bonds from the California Debt Limit
         Allocation Committee.


                    yes                             no

                 Explanation:


       2 The restrictions on rent and income levels will terminate or the federal insured
         mortgage on the property is eligible for prepayment anytime in the five calendar
         years after the year of application to the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee.

                    yes                             no

                 Explanation:


       3 The entity acquiring the project will enter into a regulatory agreement that requires the project
         to be operated in accordance with the requirements of the California Revenue and Taxation
         Code for a period equal to the greater of 55 years or the life of the project.
                    yes                             no

                 Explanation:


       4 The project satisfies the requirements of Section 42(e) of the Internal Revenue Code
         regarding rehabilitation expenditures, except that the provisions of Section 42(e)(3)(A)(ii)(I)
         shall not apply.
                    yes                             no

                 Explanation:


TCAC regulations allow one exception to the above:

       5 The project meets the at-risk eligibility requirements under the terms of applicable federal
         and state law as verified by a third party legal opinion, except that a project that has been
         acquired by a qualified nonprofit organization within the past two years of the date of
         application to MHP with interim financing in order to preserve its affordability and that meets
         all other TCAC requirements shall be considered at-risk. The project must be at-risk of
         converting due to market or other conditions.
                    yes                             no

                 Explanation:




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The additional TCAC threshold requirements at Section 10325(g)(5) of their
regulations are:

       6 The project must be subject to a minimum low-income use period of 55 years.
                    yes                             no

                 Explanation:


       7 The project must currently possess or have had within the past two years from the date of
         application to MHP, either federal mortgage insurance, a federal loan guarantee, federal
         project-based rental assistance, or have its mortgage held by a federal agency, or be owned
         by a federal agency or, be currently subject to, or have been subject to, within 2 years
         preceding the application deadline, federal low income housing Tax Credit restrictions whose
         compliance period is expiring and at least 50% of whose units are not subject to any other
         rental restrictions beyond the term of the Tax Credit restrictions.
                    yes                             no

                 Explanation:


       8 The applicant must have sought available federal incentives to continue the project as low-
         income housing, including direct loans, loan forgiveness, grants, rental subsidies, renewal of
         existing rental subsidy contracts, etc.
                    yes                             no

                 Explanation:


         Identify funding source(s)


       9 The subsidy contract expiration or mortgage prepayment eligibility shall occur no later than
         five calendar years after the year in which the application to MHP is filed.
                    yes                             no

                 Explanation:


      10 The sponsor must agree to renew all Section 8 HAP contracts or equivalent project-based
         subsidies for their full term and shall seek additional renewals throughout the project’s useful
         life, if applicable.
                    yes                             no

                 Explanation:


      11 At least 70% of project tenants shall, at the time of application to MHP, have incomes at or
         below 60% of AMI.
                    yes                             no

                 Explanation:



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      12 The gap between total development costs (excluding developer fee) and all loans and grants
         to the project (excluding tax credits) is greater than 15% of total development costs; and

                   yes                             no

                 Explanation:


      13 A public agency shall provide direct or indirect long-term financial support of at least 15% of
         the total project development costs, or the owner’s equity (includes syndication proceeds)
         shall constitute at least 30% of the total project development cost.
                   yes                             no

                 Explanation:


This project meets the above TCAC criteria:                   yes                             no


If yes, attach supporting documentation.




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                                                   Item D 5
                                           SCORING SHEET
                                      LEVERAGE OF OTHER FUNDS
                       Section 7320 (b) (5) of the MHP Regulations - 20 Points Maximum

Applications will be scored based on the amount of non-MHP funds for permanent funding of the
development costs attributable to the restricted units, as a percentage of the requested amount of MHP
funds. Deferred developer fees will not be counted as leveraged funds. Land donations will be
counted as leveraged funds where the value is established with a current appraisal.


One half point will be awarded for every full 5 percentage point increment above 100%. Rural projects
will be awarded one half point for every full 5 percentage point increment above 50%.

For example, a non-rural project: where other funds are equal to 100% of requested MHP funds will
receive zero (0) points; where other funds equal 150% will receive 5 points; where other funds equal
200% will receive 10 points; where other funds equal 250% will receive 15 points; and where other funds
equal 300% will receive the maximum 20 points.

                   A                                   B                                C
                                                                           Dollar Amount of Permanent
    Permanent Non MHP Funding           % of Total Non-MHP Funding
                                                                          Non-MHP Funds Attributable to
             Amount                       Amount Attributable to
                                                                                 Restricted Units
                                             Restricted Units 1, 2
                                                                                     (A X B)
                                                     100%                                 $0

1
  From Item C 4, Shared Cost Calculation Worksheet, enter Percentage from line D, or enter percentage
result of commercial calculation if applicable.
2
    The manager's unit is treated as a Restricted unit for the purpose of the leverage calculation.

        D. MHP Funds Requested                                                          #DIV/0!


                                                 Point Award
Non-Rural Projects                     C divided by D (as a percentage) less 100 divided by 5,
                                       rounded down to the next whole number, x 0.5 will equal        #DIV/0!
                                       the point award, to a maximum of 20 points

Rural Projects                         C divided by D (as a percentage) less 50 divided by 5,
                                       rounded down to the next whole number, x 0.5 will equal        #DIV/0!
                                       the point award, to a maximum of 20 points




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                                                Item D 6
                                             SCORING SHEET

                                        PROJECT READINESS
                         Section 7320 (b) (6) of the MHP Regulations - 15 Points Maximum

Two and one half (2.5) points will be awarded to projects for each of the following circumstances as
documented in the application. Any application demonstrating that a particular category is not applicable to
Project Readiness for the project shall be awarded points in that category.


                                                                                                     Points
                        Point Category                              Required Documentation
                                                                                                    Awarded
     A. Enforceable commitments for all construction            Construction financing
        financing, not including tax-exempt bonds, 4 percent    commitments must be attached
        tax credits, and funding to be provided by another      as part of Item C7. (See
        Department program. Funds from other Department         instructions for Item C 6)
        programs proposed for construction financing for the
        Project must be awarded prior to final rating and
        ranking for the MHP application.

     B. Have all deferred-payment financing, grants and         Deferred payment and grant
        subsidies committed, in accordance with TCAC            financing commitments must be
        requirements and with the same exceptions as            attached as part of Item C7. (See
        allowed by TCAC.                                        instructions for Item C 6)



     C. 1. All necessary environmental clearances(CEQA          1a. Document with Attachment
        and NEPA), and                                          to Item D6 (Local Jurisdiction
        2. Completion of Phase I Environmental Site             Verification)
        Assessment                                              2. Document in Item B 5
                                                                (Environmental Reports).



     D. Local design review approval to the extent such         Document with Attachment to
        approval is required                                    Item D6 (Local Jurisdiction
                                                                Verification)

     E. All necessary and discretionary public land use         Document with Attachment to
        approvals, except building permits and other            Item D6 (Local Jurisdiction
        ministerial approvals.                                  Verification)


     F. Either: (specify which condition is documented in the 1. Document fee title by attaching
        application)                                            a copy of the preliminary title
                                                                report or document a long-term
        1. ( ) sponsor has fee title ownership to the site or a lease by attaching a copy of the
        long term leasehold meeting the Department's            lease agreement.
        leasehold requirements (Section 7320 (b)(6)(A)(4)(a) 2. Document with a letter from
        of the MHP Regulations) .                               the project architect.
        2. ( ) sponsor can demonstrate that the working
        drawings are at least 50 percent complete, as
        certified
        by the project architect in an attached letter.

                                Total Points Awarded (maximum 15)                                      0



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                                          Item D 6 - ATTACHMENT TO SCORING SHEET

                                         LOCAL JURISDICTION VERIFICATION OF
                                                PROJECT READINESS

To the applicant: Complete the Sponsor and project information section below. Then submit this form to the agency
or department of local government responsible for administration of the items listed. This form may be submitted to
more than one agency or department if necessary.


PROJECT SPONSOR:
PROJECT SPONSOR ADDRESS:
PROJECT SPONSOR CITY:

PROJECT NAME:
PROJECT ADDRESS/SITE:
PROJECT CITY:
PROJECT COUNTY:
ASSESSOR PARCEL NUMBER(S):

To the local jurisdiction: The applicant named above has submitted an application to the State Department of Housing and
Community Development (Department) requesting funding for the project named above, under the Multifamily Housing Program
(MHP). Projects submitted for program funding are subject to a competitive rating process. Project readiness is a component
of that process. Local jurisdiction verification of items listed below will be used in evaluating MHP applications.

                                                                                        Not Required      Final date of Public   Approved
                                                                                       for this Project    Comment Period          Date


All Environmental Clearances (CEQA and NEPA) necessary to                  CEQA
begin construction are either finally approved or unnecessary:             NEPA


                                                                                        Not Required Verified as Complete
                                                                                       for this Project and date completed

All necessary and discretionary public land use approvals (e.g., site plan approval)
except building permits and other ministerial approvals* are:

Design review approval is:




Dated:
Statement Completed by (please print):
Signature:
Title:
Agency or Department:
Agency or Department Address:
Agency or Department Phone:




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                                                     Item D 7
                                                  SCORING SHEET

                  ADAPTIVE REUSE, INFILL OR PROXIMITY TO SITE AMENITY
Ten points will be awarded to projects that demonstrate any of the following conditions have been met: (1) the
project qualifies as an infill development; (2) the project qualifies as an adaptive reuse in an existing developed area
served with public infrastructure; (3) the project would qualify for points for proximity to public transit, public schools,
or parks and recreational facilities pursuant to TCAC Regulations, or the project is located within one mile of a job
center. Check the box designating the category for which the project will be applying for points. Attach the required
documentation for the item. Projects not documenting qualifications under any category will receive zero
points in this category.

         Point Category                                  Required Documentation                                 Points
                                                                                                               Awarded
[ ] Infill Development             1. Attach a narrative describing the project and area in which the
                                   project will be built. The narrative must confirm the project will be
                                   located on vacant or soon to be vacant property, and in an
                                   established and developed area; and

                                   2. Attach a scaled distance map as Item B 6, including the area
                                   within at least one mile of the project.
[ ] Adaptive Reuse                 1. Attach a narrative describing the project and area in which the
                                   project will be built. The narrative must confirm the project will
                                   consist of the rehabilitation of a vacant or underused commercial or
                                   industrial building(s). Structures such as residential hotels that are
                                   currently used for housing will not be considered to be eligible in
                                   meeting the adaptive reuse criteria. The narrative must also
                                   confirm the project site is located within a developed area served
                                   with public infrastructure ; and

                                   2. Attach a scaled distance map as Item B 6, including the area
                                   within at least one mile of the project.
Proximity to Site Amenity          1. Attach a narrative naming and describing the site amenity
                                   selected for point consideration and specifying the exact distance
(select any one site amenity):     from the project to the site amenity; and
[ ] Public Transit

[ ] Public Schools                 2. Attach a scaled distance map as Item B 6 with the project site
                                   and the site amenity identified.
[ ] Parks and Recreational
Facilities
[ ] Job Center
                                   Note: The project must be able to qualify for points for proximity to
                                   Public Transit, Schools, and Parks and Recreational Facilities
                                   under TCAC Regulations, or the project must be within one mile of
                                   a Job Center. A Job Center is a concentration of employment
                                   opportunities reasonably available to the tenants of the Project and
                                   will be located within one mile of the Project.


                                         Total Point Score                                                         0


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                                                    Item D 8
                                               Scoring Sheet
                                       Negative Point Calculation
                                   To Be Completed By Department Staff
                                   Section 7320 (b)(3)(F) of the MHP Regulations

Sponsor Name:                                             Project Name:
Address:                                                  Address:

Co-Sponsor:                                               Other Entity:
Address:                                                  Relationship:
                                                          Address:




Events occurring in connection with projects under the control of the sponsor shall be used as
the basis for point deductions. Such events shall have had a detrimental effect on the project or
the department’s ability to monitor the project, as determined by the department. Events shall not
result in the deduction of points if they have been fully resolved as determined by, or to the
satisfaction of the department as of the application date.


Five points will be deducted for each occurrence or event in the following categories, with a maximum
deduction of 10 points per category and a maximum total deduction of 50 points.
( )             Removal or withdrawal under threat of removal as general partner.



                Failure to submit when due compliance documentation required under department
( )             programs.



                Use of reserve funds for department-assisted projects in a manner contrary to
                program requirements or failure to deposit reserve funds as required by the
( )             department.



                Failure to provide promised supportive services to a special needs population or
( )             other tenants of a publicly funded project.



                Other significant violations of the requirements of department programs, or of the
                programs of other public agencies, such as the failure to adequately maintain a
( )             project or the books and records thereof.



                                                                              Negative Point Total:
      Department Representative:                                           Date:

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                                               Item D 9
                                            SCORING SHEET

                                TOTAL RANKING POINTS EARNED
                                 Section 7320 (b) (1)-(7) of the MHP Regulation


                                                                                                   Department
                                 SECTION                                          Self Score        Reviewer
                                                                                                     Score
                       Section 7320 (b) (1) of the MHP Regulation
Item D 1     Extent Project Serves Households at the Lowest Income Levels          #DIV/0!
                                      Maximum 35
                       Section 7320 (b) (2) of the MHP Regulation
Item D 2   Extent Project Addresses the Most Serious Identified Housing Needs         0
                                      Maximum 15
                       Section 7320 (b) (3) of the MHP Regulation
Item D 3     Development and Ownership Experience of the Project Sponsor              0
                                      Maximum 20
                       Section 7320 (b) (4) of the MHP Regulation
            Percentage of Units for Families or Special Needs Population and
Item D 4                                                                           #DIV/0!
                         "At-Risk" Rental Housing Developments
                                      Maximum 35
                       Section 7320 (b) (5) of the MHP Regulation
Item D 5                         Leverage of Other Funds
                                      Maximum 20
                       Section 7320 (b) (6) of the MHP Regulation
Item D 6                            Project Readiness                                0.00
                                      Maximum 15
                        Section 7320 (b)(7) of the MHP Regulation
Item D 7            Adaptive Reuse, Infill, or Proximity to Site Amenity              0
                                      Maximum 10
                     Section 7320 (b) (3) (F) of the MHP Regulation
Item D 8              Negative Points-Assigned by Department Staff                    0
                                      Maximum 50



                                 Total Point Score
                                  Maximum 150

           Self Scoring Total                                                     #VALUE!

           Department Reviewer Total                                                 0.00




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           Section E

   Application Summary

Item

E 1.   Application Summary Form




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                                                       Item E1
                                        Application Summary
                                     Multifamily Housing Program
1. Project Information
A.   Application
             Application #:                         (For HCD Use Only)                      NOFA:     January 25, 2007
               Self Score:                                                 Application Resubmittal:
            Project Name:
                  Address:
                      City:                               Zip Code:               County:
            Census Tract:                                     Rural:
     Geographical Location:
        Development Type:

B.   Legislative Information

                               District #    First Name                               Last Name
           Assembly
            Senate
         Congressional

                               District #    First Name                               Last Name
           Assembly
            Senate
         Congressional

C.   Unit Information

                     Elderly At-Risk Market Rate      Manager            Restricted   1 bdrm 2 bdrm 3 bdrm 4 bdrm
        # of Units

D. Financial Information
 MHP Requested Amount:                  $0             CALHFA:
                                                         TCAC:
   Total Residential Cost:                    Other HCD Funding:                               Amount:                $0
  Total Commercial Cost:                      Other HCD Funding:                               Amount:                $0
 Total Development Cost:                $0    Other HCD Funding:                               Amount:                $0




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                                                                             Item E1
                                                       Application Summary
                                                  Multifamily Housing Program
2. Sponsor Information
A.   Organization Information
             Legal Name:
                 Address:
                      City:                                                    Zip Code:                      State:
           Form of Entity:                                                                            Profit Status:
                Entity type as stated in organizational documents filed with the Secretary of State




B.   Authorized Representative
     (If there is more than one, please provide additional information on separate page.)
        Mr.                Mrs.                  Ms.                   Other

                 First Name:                                                                     Last Name:
                    Job Title:
              Phone Number:                                                  Extension:                        Fax:
                       Email:


        Check if the mailing address of the Authorized Representative is the same as Sponsor.
                      Address:
                          City:                                                Zip Code:                     State:

C.   Contact Person
         Check if the Contact Information is the same as Authorized Representative.
                 First Name:                                                                     Last Name:
                    Job Title:
              Phone Number:                                                  Extension:                        Fax:
                       Email:
                    Address:
                         City:                                                 Zip Code:                     State:




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                                                                             Item E1
                                                       Application Summary
                                                  Multifamily Housing Program
3. Co- Sponsor Information
A.   Organization Information
             Legal Name:
                 Address:
                      City:                                                    Zip Code:                      State:
           Form of Entity:                                                                            Profit Status:
                Entity type as stated in organizational documents filed with the Secretary of State




B.   Authorized Representative
     (If there is more than one, please provide additional information on separate page.)
        Mr.                Mrs.                  Ms.                   Other

                 First Name:                                                                     Last Name:
                    Job Title:
              Phone Number:                                                  Extension:                        Fax:
                       Email:


        Check if the mailing address of the Authorized Representative is the same as Sponsor.
                      Address:
                          City:                                                Zip Code:                     State:

C.   Contact Person
         Check if the Contact Information is the same as Authorized Representative.
                 First Name:                                                                     Last Name:
                    Job Title:
              Phone Number:                                                  Extension:                        Fax:
                       Email:
                    Address:
                         City:                                                 Zip Code:                     State:




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                                                                          Item E1
                                                    Application Summary
                                               Multifamily Housing Program
4. Ultimate Borrower Information (Borrowing Entity)
A.   Organization Information
             Legal Name:
                 Address:
                      City:                                                 Zip Code:                       State:
           Form of Entity:                                                                          Profit Status:
             Entity type as stated in organizational documents filed with the Secretary of State




B.   Owner Partner or Member
     (If there is more, please provide additional information on separate page.)
                Legal Name:
              Form of Entity:
                                  Entity type as stated in organizational documents filed with the Secretary of State

                         Role:

             Legal Name:
            Form of Entity:
                                  Entity type as stated in organizational documents filed with the Secretary of State

                         Role:

             Legal Name:
            Form of Entity:
                                  Entity type as stated in organizational documents filed with the Secretary of State

                         Role:




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