Annually, the City of Phoenix Housing Department publicly calls for affordable housing proposals through a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) or Call For Interest (CFI) for the purpose of identifying housing development projects which meet the City Council housing priorities and which require additional funds to cover a gap in the financing of the project. Funds are made available as loans to for-profit and non-profit partners who develop affordable housing units. Loans are made according to City Council approved Underwriting Guidelines which are available in the links below. Links to other documents needed by the developer to apply for City funds are also available below. Funding notices are published in the Arizona Republic or on the City's website at phoenix.gov/rfp.
Funding notices and other Housing Department information is also available to those who subscribe to the Community Partner List Serve.
Learn more about the City's Planning and Action Grant award to kick start neighborhood change in the Edison-Eastlake community.
RAD is a HUD Program that seeks to preserve public housing by providing public housing agencies with access to more stable funding sources.
Learn more about RAD