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Federal home loan bank of des moines affordable housing program

Federal Home Loan Bank of Des MoinesAffordable Housing Program

Stacy Snyder

Rental Housing Manager

August 2013


What does the federal home loan bank of des moines do
What does the Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines do?

  • Provides Advances to Member institutions (banks, insurance companies, & credit unions)

  • Government Sponsored Entity

  • As part of it’s mission, the Bank sets aside 10% of its Net Income each year for Affordable Housing initiatives


Who does fhlb des moines serve
Who does FHLB Des Moines serve?

The Bank’s 5 state district includes:

Iowa

Minnesota

Missouri

North Dakota

South Dakota


Fhlb des moines members
FHLB Des Moines Members

More than 1,200 members which include:

Commercial Banks

Credit Unions

Thrifts

Insurance Companies

Housing Associates


Community investment department contacts
Community Investment Department Contacts

  • Rental Housing

  • Homeownership

  • Administrative

  • Stacy Snyder, Rental Housing Manager

  • Brandon Wiltgen, Rental Housing Analyst

  • Renee Marrs, Rental Housing Specialist

  • Rick Bloxham, Homeownership Manager

  • Mary Jo Vogl, Homeownership Analyst

  • Evelyn Bengtson, Set Aside Homeownership Analyst

  • Gary Dodge, Director Community Investment

  • Laura Newberry, Operations Manager

  • Cheryl McCollum, Community Investment Specialist


Affordable housing program ahp
Affordable Housing Program (AHP)

  • Competitive program – 9 scoring priorities (100 points)

  • Funds can be used for the purchase, construction or rehabilitation of eligible rental or homeownership properties

  • Maximum of $500,000 or $30,000 per unit (lesser of)

  • Income levels at or below 80% of the Area Median Income (AMI)

    • Note: Rental projects must have a minimum of 20% units targeted at income levels of 50% AMI or below

  • Retention periods:

    • Rental = 15 years

    • Homeownership = 5 years


Federal home loan bank of des moines affordable housing program

Project Types

  • New Construction

  • Acquisition and Rehabilitation

  • Rehabiliation

  • Down Payment and Closing Cost Assistance (HO only)

  • Development / Lender (Habitat for Humanity)


Fhlb des moines affordable housing initiatives from 1990 2011
FHLB Des Moines’ Affordable Housing Initiatives (from 1990 - 2011)

  • Iowa = $32.1 million (259 projects)

  • Minnesota = $59.5 million (354 projects)

  • Missouri = $36.6 million (206 projects)

  • North Dakota = $9.2 million (52 projects)

  • South Dakota = $17.7 million (110 projects)

  • Out of District = $9.1 million (59 projects)

  • Set aside programs = $31.2 million

Total funds awarded = $164.1 milion (1,040 projects)

Total development costs = $1.5 Billion (36,518 units)


Step 13 rental timing use of ahp funds
Step 13 (Rental) – Timing & Use of AHP Funds - 2011)

AHP funds should be utilizedwithin 12 months.The project must also be completedwithin 24 months. If the project will not meet these requirements then it may be ruled ineligible.

Most projects use AHP funds as a Construction Loan (i.e., they use the money to pay construction costs as they occur.


Step 14 priority 1 donated property
Step 14 – Priority 1: Donated Property - 2011)

This is the first scoring category for the AHP application.

5 points - variable

Only select one option. Selecting one of the first three options will cause the additional required fields to be shown.


Step 15 rental priority 2 nonprofit government sponsorship
Step 15 (Rental) – Priority 2: Nonprofit/Government Sponsorship

This is the second scoring category

10 points - fixed

In order to receive points the project must be sponsored by a non-profit or government entity AND the entity must have controlling interest.


Step 16 rental priority 3 targeting

This is the third scoring category Sponsorship

Step 16 (Rental) – Priority 3: Targeting

20 points - variable

All rental projects must target a minimum of 20% of the units at income levels at or below 50% AMI.

Projects targeting 60% or more of the units at income levels at or below 50% AMI will receive the maximum points

Click on links for Median Income info

Targeting information was input in Step 7. If it is incorrect, click on STATUS at the top of the page, then click on Step 7 to change it.


Step 17 priority 4 homeless
Step 17 - Priority 4: Homeless Sponsorship

This is the fourth scoring category

5 points - fixed

No data is input here. The homeless units were input in Step 7. If the information need to be changed, simply click on the STATUS button at the top of the page, then click on Step 7 to change it.

A minimum of 20% of the units must be reserved for homeless households in order to receive points. No rounding is allowed.


Step 18 priority 5 promotion of empowerment
Step 18 – Priority 5: Promotion of Empowerment Sponsorship

This is the fifth scoring category

5 points - fixed

Describe in detail each program or service provided.

A Memorandum of Understanding must be signed between 3rd Party Service Providers and the Owner. Click on the link to see a sample MOU.

After selecting a service, click on the circle to indicate whether the service will be provided by the Sponsor or a 3rd Party, then input the name of the Service Provider in the text box provided.


Step 19 priority 6 first district priority
Step 19 – Priority 6: First District Priority Sponsorship

18 points - variable

No data is input in this Step. Information was gathered in Step 7 (Rural units) and Step 3 (In District).

Click on the STATUS button and return to the appropriate STEP if changes are required.

This is the sixth scoring category


Step 20 priority 7 second district priority
Step 20 – Priority 7: Second District Priority Sponsorship

This is the seventh scoring category

17 points - variable

NOTE: In order to be an eligible Native American Housing project, the project must include Tribal Funding such as Indian CDBG, Indian CSBG, Indian Health Service funds or NAHASDA funding -OR- the owner or sponsor must be the Tribal Government, an agency of theTribal Government, or a corporation or a limited liability entity incorporated under Tribal Ordinances

Remember to click on SAVE APPLICATION before continuing to the Next Step!


Step 21 priority 8 subsidy per unit
Step 21 – Priority 8: Subsidy per Unit Sponsorship

This is the eighth scoring category

10 points - variable

The SPU is automatically calculated based upon info entered in STEPS 6 & 7

Note: The maximum SPU is $30,000/unit


Step 22 rental priority 9 community stability
Step 22 (Rental) – Priority 9: Community Stability Sponsorship

This is the ninth scoring category

10 points - variable

Select Yes or No and enter the number of units

Adaptive reuse is the conversion of a non-residential property to a residential use

Vacant/abandoned properties must not have been owned by the Sponsor/Owner

Step continued on next slide


Step 22 rental priority 9 community stability continued
Step 22 (Rental) – Priority 9: Community Stability Sponsorship(continued)

Data for Item C entered in Step 7.

Demolish question only asked on New Construction projects.

Only required if YES answered to other questions in Section D.


Important dates 2014 ahp applications
* IMPORTANT DATES – 2014 AHP Applications * Sponsorship

** All times are Central Time. **

NOTE: The AHP online application will be accessible Monday through Sunday from 7:00 a.m. through 10:00 p.m Central Time. 

No applications will be accepted after the AHP deadline listed below. In addition, any applications with missing Exhibits at the time of the deadline will be considered incomplete.


Rental exhibits rental project worksheet
Rental Exhibits – Rental Project Worksheet Sponsorship

The Annual Rent must equal the sum of the Gross Rent and the Rental Assistance line items on Year 1 of the Pro Forma.


Rental exhibits sources of funding
Rental Exhibits – Sources of Funding Sponsorship

Total Residential Sources must equal the Total Residential Uses (shown on the next screen)


Rental exhibits uses of funding
Rental Exhibits – Uses of Funding Sponsorship

Rehabilitation (or New Construction) must equal the Total Costs from the Cost Break equal Uses

Sources must equal Uses


Rental exhibits cost breakdown
Rental Exhibits – Cost Breakdown Sponsorship

Total must equal Rehabilitation (or New Construction) on Uses of Funding



Rental exhibits pro forma
Rental Exhibits – Pro Forma Sponsorship

Gross Rent plus Rental Assistance must equal Annual Rent from Rental Project Worksheet


Rental exhibits rental project checklist
Rental Exhibits – Rental Project Checklist Sponsorship

Project costs should be less than AHP Maximum

Explain how costs were determined & why they are justified and reasonable


Rental exhibits rental project checklist continued
Rental Exhibits – Rental Project Checklist Sponsorship(continued)

Explain why Developer & Consultant fees are justified and reasonable.

Explain why Builder’s fees are justified and reasonable.


Rental exhibits rental project checklist continued1
Rental Exhibits – Rental Project Checklist Sponsorship(continued)

Explain why Professional fees are justified and reasonable.

Explain why any Capitalized Reserves are being set aside and also why they are justified and reasonable.

Explain how the Tax Credit Sales Price was determined.


Rental exhibits rental project checklist continued2
Rental Exhibits – Rental Project Checklist Sponsorship(continued)

Explain how Revenue & Expense escalators were determined.

Explain how the Stabilized Vacancy Rate was determined.

Explain how the Property Management fee was determined.

Explain why any Operating Reserve Payments are necessary


Rental exhibits rental project checklist continued3
Rental Exhibits – Rental Project Checklist Sponsorship(continued)

Explain how the Replacement Reserves were determined & why they are justified.

Explain how the Operating Expenses were determined & why they are justified.

Explain why the DCR and Cashflow are reasonable and justified




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White Earth Sponsorship


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White Earth Sponsorship


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White Earth Sponsorship



Alliance addition
Alliance Addition Sponsorship


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Alliance Addition Sponsorship


Alliance addition2
Alliance Addition Sponsorship



Rosati house
Rosati House Sponsorship


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Rosati House Sponsorship


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North Shore Horizons – Two Harbors, MN Sponsorship

  • $120,000 - Homeless women and children, suffering from domestic violence – supportive services on site



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Leasburg Rehabilitation – USDA - MO Sponsorship

USDA projects have received more than $10 million in AHP funds to rehabilitate elderly rental units




Contact information
Contact Information Sponsorship

Stacy Snyder

Rental Housing Manager

Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines

(515) 281-1042

ssnyder@fhlbdm.com

www.fhlbdm.com


Thank you
Thank You! Sponsorship