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Tennessee Housing Development Agency Program Summary 2010

Contents:

Introduction

Acknowledgements

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Statewide Program Summary

3-4

County Program Summaries

6 - 109

(in alphabetical order)

Congressional District Summaries

110 - 118

Endnotes

119


Introduction Thousands of Tennesseans who need housing assistance are helped each year using programs administered through Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA). THDA is proud to present the faces behind the funding and a summary of the work achieved in 2010 through hundreds of partners in all 95 counties. The information is totaled for the entire state, then by each county in alphabetical order, and by congressional district. These pages document how federal dollars are leveraged with THDA and local funding, administrative expertise, compassion and sweat equity to bring security, safety and affordability to households of very low, low and moderate incomes. THDA’s mission is Leading Tennessee Home by creating safe, sound, affordable housing opportunities. We proudly present this record of our shared success.

Acknowledgements This program summary was reported by Rina Sutphin and Bettie Teasley Sulmers, THDA Research and Planning Division. The layout is by Charmaine Wilde, THDA Public Affairs Division. Special thanks goes to THDA Program staff, Information Technology Staff as well as others in the Research and Planning Division for their time and effort in providing the information necessary for this program summary.

For more information on THDA programs, please refer to our website at www.thda.org

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Statewide Program Summary Homeownership and Maintenance

Lenders received Community Investment Tax Credits on $5.8 million in below market loans or contributions made to eligible non-profit agencies to assist in creating or preserving 163 units of affordable housing.1

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 2,652 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $278.6 million. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 407 new homeowners with $1.6 million in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

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Rental Development and Assistance

Low Income Housing Tax Credits in the amount of $76.3 million were allocated to create an additional 821 rental units.2,3

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $769,200 to non-profits to assist 2,132 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $748,300 to counsel 3,331 families in their home purchase. THDA also offers home refinance through the Great Save program.

Multifamily Bond Authority used $6.2 million to create and renovate 128 rental apartments. The Housing Trust Fund’s Competitive Round awarded non-profits, local communities, and regional organizations $2.3 million to provide 239 additional affordable rental units. $2.9 million in HOME funds were allocated to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to develop 41 rental housing units. Lenders received Community Investment Tax Credits on $5.4 million in below market loans or contributions made to eligible non-profit agencies to assist in creating or preserving 290 units of affordable rental housing.1 Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 42,337 households with $180.5 million in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $31.2 million in the form of vouchers aided 6,932 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $149.3 million helped 35,405 families pay an affordable rent.

HOME awarded $14.6 million to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to provide rehabilitation and homeownership services to 436 households. The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. The Competitive Round awarded non-profits, local communities and regional organizations $640,071 to help 22 families with homeownership and repair. RAMPS provided $113,379 to make 162 homes wheelchair accessible. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $674,913 additional repair dollars for 155 families. Emergency Repair provided $1.7 million in home repair assistance for 293 elderly households. BUILD provided $75,000 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits, to assist with homeownership and home repair.

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Doris Forney - HOME

Program - Carter Cou

nty


Statewide Program Summary Continued

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $1.7 million to non-profits serving Tennessee Counties to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

David and M

isty Brooks

- HOME Pr

ogram - Car

ter County

BUILD provided $300,000 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11 Lenders received Community Investment Tax Credits on $185,186 in below market loans or contributions made to eligible non-profit agencies to assist in preventing homelessness by creating or preserving 223 units of affordable housing.1

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $28.1 million in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 492 homes, thus far. The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $6.4 million to non-profits that serve Tennessee to provide temporary housing services to 2,192 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless. Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $160.9 million to support 3,228 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments. THDA awarded $32.4 million from the Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) to provide funding assistance for 2,410 affordable rental housing units that received a Low-Income Housing Tax Credit allocation and need additional equity.

Tennessee Housing Development Agency Impact – Program Totals Program, Date Program Started

2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

2,652

$278.6 M

102,842

$6,031.9 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

821

$76.3 M

43,536

$2,070.2 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

477

$17.5 M

10,240

$283.9 M

Multi-Family Bond Authority,7 1993

128

$6.2 M

18,942

$643.1 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

676

$11.4 M

3,929

$110.1 M

$375,000

187

$4.8 M

871

$5.4 M

3,563

$23.7 M

2,133

$769,200

9,382

$2.2 M

(tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(tax exempt bond authority delegated to local issuers)

BUILD Program, 2006 THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

4

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars

M = Millions


Anderson County Homeownership and Maintenance

Fay Wilson - LIHTC an The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, d MFB Pro perty Res ident and New Start loans) created 28 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $2.5 million. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 6 new homeowners with $18,896 in down payment and closing cost assistance. 10

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $750 to non-profits to assist 3 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $6,525 to counsel 29 families in their home purchase. HOME awarded $977,771 to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to provide rehabilitation and homeownership services to 23 households. The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $13,995 additional repair dollars for 2 families. Emergency Repair provided $30,530 in home repair assistance for 6 elderly households.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 819 households with $2.7 million in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $780,705 in the form of vouchers aided 178 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $1.9 million helped 641 families pay an affordable rent.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $48,388 to non-profits serving Anderson County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters. BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11 Lenders received Community Investment Tax Credits on $6,876 in below market loans or contributions made to eligible non-profit agencies to assist in preventing homelessness by creating or preserving 18 units of affordable housing.1

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $88,613 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 6 homes, thus far.

Crystal Wright

/Habitat

ing Trust Fund

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $705,780 to non-profits that serve Anderson County to provide temporary housing services to 332 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Family - Hous

Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $4 million to support 172 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments. 5


Anderson County Continued

Anderson County - Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

28

$2.5 M

1,428

$73.8 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

610

$37 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

23

$977,771

515

$8.5 M

Multi-Family Bond Authority,7 1993

--

--

193

$6.2 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

18

$6,876

18

$6,876

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

12

$337,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

8

$44,525

34

$141,860

3

$750

8

$1,830

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(tax exempt bond authority delegated to local issuers)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

LIHTC an

d MFB Pro

6

perty Res

idents

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Bedford County Daisy W

inget -

Homeownership and Maintenance

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 9 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $798,532. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 2 new homeowners with $5,530 in down payment and closing cost assistance. 10

Housin

g Choic

e Vouc

her Pro

gram

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,285 to non-profits serving Bedford County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $1,800 to non-profits to assist 4 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $2,025 to counsel 9 families in their home purchase.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Economic Recovery Programs

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $5,000 additional repair dollars for 1 family. Emergency Repair provided $2,824 in home repair assistance for 1 elderly household.

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Non-profits and local governments used $133,576 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 4 homes, thus far. The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $942,645 to non-profits that serve Bedford County to provide temporary housing services to 601 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 227 households with $858,832 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $305,865 in the form of vouchers aided 76 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $552,967 helped 151 families pay an affordable rent.

Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $13 million to support 130 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments.

Bedford County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

9

$798,532

544

$31.3 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

347

$24.8 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

92

$3.1 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

21

$969,816

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

30

$337,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

2

$7,824

8

$18,408

4

$1,800

40

$11,340

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

7

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Benton County Homeownership and Maintenance

Economic Recovery Programs

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Emergency Repair provided $6,580 in home repair assistance for 2 elderly households.

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Barbara

Glove

r - Emerg ency Re Non-profits pair Prog ram and local governments used $307,194 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 6 homes, thus far.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 116 households with $329,747 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $62,583 in the form of vouchers aided 27 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $267,164 helped 89 families pay an affordable rent.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $778,196 to non-profits that serve Benton County to provide temporary housing services to 212 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Benton County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $1.1 million to support 44 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Benton County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

--

--

135

$5.5 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

59

$705,300

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

61

$2.2 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

5

$133,975

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

2

$6,580

29

$292,265

--

--

4

$540

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

8

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Bledsoe County Homeownership and Maintenance

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 1 homeowner, with a mortgage totaling $70,204. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 1 new homeowner with $2,502 in down payment and closing cost assistance. 10

Ruth Hankins - Em

ergency Repair Pro

gram

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Bledsoe County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $450 to a non-profit to assist 1 homeowner in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided an area agency $225 to counsel 1 family in their home purchase.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $1,650 to make 2 homes wheelchair accessible. Emergency Repair provided $13,920 in home repair assistance for 3 elderly households.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $602,188 to non-profits that serve Bledsoe County to provide temporary housing services to 278 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Project-based5 Rental Assistance helped 164 households with $721,095 in rent subsidies.

Bledsoe County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

1

$70,204

19

$1.2 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

24

$296,640

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

96

$2.3 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

5

$15,571

40

$222,835

1

$450

3

$930

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

9

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Blount County Homeownership and Maintenance

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 57 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $6.1 million. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 6 new homeowners with $24,436 in down payment and closing cost assistance. 10

Mark and Cristy Roach

Family - Housing Trust

Fund/Habitat

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $2,850 to non-profits to assist 9 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $18,450 to counsel 82 families in their home purchase. Lenders received Community Investment Tax Credits on $2 million in below market loans or contributions made to eligible non-profit agencies to assist in creating or preserving 37 units of affordable housing.1

Rental Development and Assistance

Low Income Housing Tax Credits in the amount of $6.8 million were allocated to create an additional 124 rental units.2,3 Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 557 households with $2.3 million in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $482,506 in the form of vouchers aided 118 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $1.8 million helped 439 families pay an affordable rent.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Blount County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters. BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11 Lenders received Community Investment Tax Credits on $9,168 in below market loans or contributions made to eligible non-profit agencies to assist in preventing homelessness by creating or preserving 24 units of affordable housing.1

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $1 million in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 14 homes, thus far. The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $705,780 to non-profits that serve Blount County to provide temporary housing services to 332 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

ency Repair Program

Theresa Young - Emerg

Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $1.1 million to support 124 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments.

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THDA awarded $1.6 million from the Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) to provide funding assistance for 48 affordable rental housing units that received a Low-Income Housing Tax Credit allocation and need additional equity.

Timothy and

Kimberly Hans

on Family - Ho

using Trust Fu

nd/Habitat

Blount County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

57

$6.1 M

2,724

$148.5 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

124

$6.8 M

258

$14.6 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

115

$3.2 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

24

$9,168

99

$3.9 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

6

$237,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

--

--

14

$80,628

9

$2,850

28

$7,350

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

son Elizabeth Wat

/Habitat

ing Trust Fund

Family - Hous

11

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Bradley County Homeownership and Maintenance

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 76 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $6.9 million. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 33 new homeowners with $114,391 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10 The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $3,900 to non-profits to assist 12 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $21,825 to counsel 97 families in their home purchase.

Tammy Blac

kwell Family

- Housing Tr

ust Fund/H

abitat

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $10,089 to make 14 homes wheelchair accessible. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $3,000 additional repair dollars for 1 family. Emergency Repair provided $50,968 in home repair assistance for 18 elderly households. Lenders received Community Investment Tax Credits on $620,000 in below market loans or contributions made to eligible non-profit agencies to assist in creating or preserving 18 units of affordable housing.1

Rental Development and Assistance

$450,000 in HOME funds were allocated to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to develop 6 rental housing units. Section 8 Project-based5 Rental Assistance helped 641 households with $1.9 million in rent subsidies.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $82,351 to non-profits serving Bradley County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters. BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $218,208 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 4 homes, thus far. The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $602,188 to non-profits that serve Bradley County to provide temporary housing services to 278 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

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Mildred Ford

Bradley County – Program Totals

- Emergenc

y Repair Pr

ogram

2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

76

$6.9 M

2,222

$126 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

536

$26.9 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

6

$450,000

197

$5.8 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

18

$620,000

18

$620,000

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

33

$64,057

122

$263,452

12

$3,900

29

$10,710

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

13

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Campbell County Homeownership and Maintenance

Robert and Shen

a Wylie - Housing

Trust Fund/Habit

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 4 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $301,580. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 1 new homeowner with $2,446 in down payment and closing cost assistance. 10

• Tenant-

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $1,050 to non-profits to assist 3 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure.The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $900 to counsel 4 families in their home purchase.

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Campbell County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

at

based assistance of $16,093 in the form of vouchers aided 6 households. Project-based5 assistance of $1.1 million helped 366 families pay an affordable rent. 4

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

HOME awarded $750,000 to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to provide rehabilitation and homeownership services to 43 households.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $195,505 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 5 homes, thus far.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $59,260 additional repair dollars for 10 families. Emergency Repair provided $17,089 in home repair assistance for 3 elderly households.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $705,780 to non-profits that serve Campbell County to provide temporary housing services to 332 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 372 households with $1.1 million in rent subsidies. Of this:

Campbell County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

4

$301,580

218

$10 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

192

$7.5 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

43

$750,000

243

$6.7 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

12

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

13

$76,349

35

$171,040

3

$1,050

8

$2,670

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

14

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Cannon County Homeownership and Maintenance

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $2,400 to non-profits to assist 6 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $1,125 to counsel 5 families in their home purchase.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 4 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $387,205.

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,285 to non-profits serving Cannon County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

Lenders received Community Investment Tax Credits on $30,178 in below market loans or contributions made to eligible non-profit agencies to assist in preventing homelessness by creating or preserving 79 units of affordable housing.1

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $7,500 additional repair dollars for 1 family.

Economic Recovery Programs

Rental Development and Assistance

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $576,309 to non-profits that serve Cannon County to provide temporary housing services to 287 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Section 8 Tenant-based4 Rental Assistance helped 11 households with $22,316 in rent subsidies.

Cannon County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

4

$387,205

98

$7.2 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

43

$619,700

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

55

$1.4 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

79

$30,178

80

$131,553

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

1

$7,500

6

$17,619

6

$2,400

10

$3,480

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

15

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Carroll County Homeownership and Maintenance

James and Pegg

y De-Priest - Em

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 3 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $236,624. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $450 to counsel 2 families in their home purchase.

ergency Repair Pro

gram

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Economic Recovery Programs

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $377 to make 1 home wheelchair accessible. Emergency Repair provided $35,003 in home repair assistance for 5 elderly households.

6

Non-profits and local governments used $65,592 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced homes, thus far.

Rental Development and Assistance

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $778,196 to non-profits that serve Carroll County to provide temporary housing services to 212 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 64 households with $289,750 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $31,657 in the form of vouchers aided 14 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $258,093 helped 50 families pay an affordable rent.

THDA awarded $1.1 million from the Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) to provide funding assistance for 43 affordable rental housing units that received a Low-Income Housing Tax Credit allocation and need additional equity.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Carroll County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

Carroll County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

3

$236,624

211

$7.9 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

75

$5.8 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

70

$2.1 M

Multi-Family Bond Authority,7 1993

--

--

52

$3.1 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

3

$54,795

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

6

$35,380

50

$295,219

--

--

2

$180

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(tax exempt bond authority delegated to local issuers)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

16

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Carter County Homeownership and Maintenance

F. D. Sams -

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 8 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $699,094.

Emergency Re

pair Program

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Carter County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $1,350 to non-profits to assist 10 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $2,250 to counsel 10 families in their home purchase.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

HOME awarded $1.3 million to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to provide rehabilitation and homeownership services to 25 households.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $550,686 to non-profits that serve Carter County to provide temporary housing services to 378 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $4,063 additional repair dollars for 1 family. Emergency Repair provided $18,368 in home repair assistance for 4 elderly households.

THDA awarded $1.5 million from the Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) to provide funding assistance for 48 affordable rental housing units that received a Low-Income Housing Tax Credit allocation and need additional equity.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Project-based5 Rental Assistance helped 386 households with $1.5 million in rent subsidies.

Carter County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

8

$699,094

387

$20 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

341

$16.2 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

25

$1.3 M

163

$5.9 M

Multi-Family Bond Authority,7 1993

--

--

100

$3.3 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

22

$197,918

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

5

$22,431

38

$137,414

10

$1,350

19

$2,790

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(tax exempt bond authority delegated to local issuers)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

17

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Cheatham County Homeownership and Maintenance

Rental Development and Assistance

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 14 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $1.7 million. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 1 new homeowner with $3,850 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

Section 8 Tenant-based4 Rental Assistance helped 39 households with $226,824 in rent subsidies.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,285 to non-profits serving Cheatham County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $6,150 to non-profits to assist 15 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $3,150 to counsel 14 families in their home purchase.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Economic Recovery Programs

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $296 to make 1 home wheelchair accessible. Emergency Repair provided $27,946 in home repair assistance for 3 elderly households.

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $942,645 to non-profits that serve Cheatham County to provide temporary housing services to 601 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Cheatham County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

14

$1.7 M

698

$44.7 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

97

$4.9 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

59

$2.4 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

4

$28,241

14

$61,896

15

$6,150

67

$22,290

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

18

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Chester County Homeownership and Maintenance

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Homebuyer Education Program provided an area agency $225 to counsel 1 family in their home purchase.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Chester County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 1 homeowner, with a mortgage totaling $78,443.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $1,047 additional repair dollars for 1 family.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $778,196 to non-profits that serve Chester County to provide temporary housing services to 212 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 278 households with $1.4 million in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $153,606 in the form of vouchers aided 28 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $1.3 million helped 250 families pay an affordable rent.

Chester County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

1

$78,443

149

$7.5 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

122

$7.8 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

45

$2.1 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

1

$1,047

23

$516,229

--

--

2

$540

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

19

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Claiborne County Danny Lundy

Homeownership and Maintenance

- HOME Prog

ram

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $1,950 to non-profits to assist 5 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $900 to counsel 4 families in their home purchase.

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Claiborne County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $29,962 additional repair dollars for 4 families. Emergency Program ME HO Repair provided ks Par nda Arthur and Wa $16,775 in home repair assistance for 3 elderly households.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11 Lenders received Community Investment Tax Credits on $1,146 in below market loans or contributions made to eligible non-profit agencies to assist in preventing homelessness by creating or preserving 3 units of affordable housing.1

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $233,596 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 1 home, thus far.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 73 households with $241,809 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $18,743 in the form of vouchers aided 8 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $223,066 helped 65 families pay an affordable rent.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $705,780 to non-profits that serve Claiborne County to provide temporary housing services to 332 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Claiborne County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

--

--

135

$7.3 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

92

$3.7 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009 (Federal grant funds)

--

--

71

$2.6 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

3

$1,146

18

$51,220

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

7

$46,737

51

$269,574

5

$1,950

29

$6,270

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

20

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Clay County Homeownership and Maintenance

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Homebuyer Education Program provided an area agency $225 to counsel 1 family in their home purchase.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 1 homeowner, with a mortgage totaling $38,665.

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Clay County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $7,500 additional repair dollars for 1 family. Emergency Repair provided $32,855 in home repair assistance for 3 elderly households.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $576,309 to non-profits that serve Clay County to provide temporary housing services to 287 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Tenant-based4 Rental Assistance helped 3 households with $7,440 in rent subsidies.

Clay County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

1

$38,665

47

$2 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7, 1987

--

--

68

$1.6 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

75

$1.8 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

4

$40,355

20

$113,676

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

KEY: Federal Program State Program

21

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Cocke County Homeownership and Maintenance

to non-profits serving Cocke County to Robert Rollin s - Emergenc help area y Repair Prog ram homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 1 homeowner, with a mortgage totaling $81,196. The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $750 to non-profits to assist 3 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $450 to counsel 2 families in their home purchase.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11 Lenders received Community Investment Tax Credits on $764 in below market loans or contributions made to eligible non-profit agencies to assist in preventing homelessness by creating or preserving 2 units of affordable housing.1

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $7,574 additional repair dollars for 3 families. Emergency Repair provided $22,103 in home repair assistance for 4 elderly households.

Economic Recovery Programs

Rental Development and Assistance

6

Non-profits and local governments used $31,948 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 2 homes, thus far.

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 196 households with $603,518 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $26,107 in the form of vouchers aided 7 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $577,411 helped 189 families pay an affordable rent.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $705,780 to non-profits that serve Cocke County to provide temporary housing services to 332 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286

Cocke County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

1

$81,196

138

$7.5 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

291

$9.8 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

96

$2.8 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

2

$764

2

$764

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

7

$29,677

17

$85,821

3

$750

27

$5,070

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

22

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Coffee County Homeownership and Maintenance

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 9 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $845,122.

Sandra King

- Emergenc

y Repair Pr

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $900 to non-profits to assist 2 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $900 to counsel 4 families in their home purchase.

ogram

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $28,571 to non-profits serving Coffee County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters. BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

HOME awarded $500,000 to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to provide rehabilitation and homeownership services to 15 households.

Economic Recovery Programs

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Emergency Repair provided $17,929 in home repair assistance for 2 elderly households.

6

Non-profits and local governments used $91,431 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 2 homes, thus far.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 653 households with $2.3 million in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $345,223 in the form of vouchers aided 134 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $2 million helped 519 families pay an affordable rent.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $942,645 to non-profits that serve Coffee County to provide temporary housing services to 601 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Coffee County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

9

$845,122

673

$30.7 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

242

$16.2 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

15

$500,000

57

$1.7 M

Multi-Family Bond Authority,7 1993

--

--

213

$5.2 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

2

$17,929

10

$69,824

2

$900

14

$4,320

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(tax exempt bond authority delegated to local issuers)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

23

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Crockett County Homeownership and Maintenance

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 1 homeowner, with a mortgage totaling $137,153.

James Hill - Ho

using Trust Fu

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Homebuyer Education Program provided an area agency $225 to counsel 1 family in their home purchase.

nd

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Crockett County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $14,336 additional repair dollars for 3 families. Emergency Repair provided $6,033 in home repair assistance for 1 elderly household.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $114,240 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition. The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $778,196 to non-profits that serve Crockett County to provide temporary housing services to 212 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 40 households with $111,050 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $32,275 in the form of vouchers aided 9 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $78,775 helped 31 families pay an affordable rent.

Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $1.6 million to support 32 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments.

Crockett County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

1

$137,153

171

$9.3 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

120

$7.5 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

104

$4.3 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

4

$20,369

16

$65,805

--

--

4

$540

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

24

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Cumberland County Ellen Schubert -

Homeownership and Maintenance

Rental Development and Assistance

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 20 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $1.7 million.

Emergency Repa

ir Program

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 85 households with $336,300 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $34,857 in the form of vouchers aided 13 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $301,443 helped 72 families pay an affordable rent.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $450 to non-profits to assist 2 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $1,800 to counsel 8 families in their home purchase. HOME awarded $68,750 to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to provide rehabilitation and homeownership services to 2 households.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Cumberland County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $632 to make 1 home wheelchair accessible. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $10,600 additional repair dollars for 2 families. Emergency Repair provided $47,813 in home repair assistance for 5 elderly households.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Economic Recovery Programs

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $576,309 to non-profits that serve Cumberland County to provide temporary housing services to 287 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Cumberland County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

20

$1.7 M

292

$19.6 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

213

$10 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

2

$68,750

190

$4.3 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

21

$700,000

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

8

$59,045

22

$142,843

2

$450

5

$450

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

25

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Davidson County Homeownership and Maintenance

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 562 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $66.6 million. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 102 new homeowners with $425,514 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

Anna VanEat

on - Homeown

ership Progra

m

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $174,600 to non-profits to assist 436 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $162,875 to counsel 725 families in their home purchase. The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. The Competitive Round awarded non-profits, local communities and regional organizations $225,000 to help 8 families with homeownership and repair. RAMPS provided $19,697 to make 30 homes wheelchair accessible. Emergency Repair provided $79,556 in home repair assistance for 14 elderly households. Lenders received Community Investment Tax Credits on $2.4 million in below market loans or contributions made to eligible non-profit agencies to assist in creating or preserving 100 units of affordable housing.1

Rental Development and Assistance

Low Income Housing Tax Credits in the amount of $7.1 million were allocated to create an additional 60 rental units.2,3 The Housing Trust Fund’s Competitive Round awarded non-profits, local communities, and regional organizations $1.5 million to provide 91 additional affordable rental units.

Sandra Hall -

ram

fficiency Prog

Family Self Su

Lenders received Community Investment Tax Credits on $4 million in below market loans or contributions made to eligible non-profit agencies to assist in creating or preserving 218 units of affordable rental housing.1

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 6,116 households with $29.8 million in rent subsidies. Of this:

• Tenant-based4 assistance of $865,551 in the form of vouchers aided 144 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $29 million helped 5,972 families pay an affordable rent.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $28,571 to non-profits serving Davidson County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters. Lenders received Community Investment Tax Credits on $2.4 million in below market loans or contributions made to eligible non-profit agencies to assist in preventing homelessness by creating or preserving 100 units of affordable housing.1

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Elsie Newson

- Emer

Program gency Repair

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $3.2 million in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 148 homes, thus far.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $565,621 to non-profits that serve Davidson County to provide temporary housing services to 104 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless. Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $24.6 million to support 458 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments. THDA awarded $13.3 million from the Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) to provide funding assistance for 1,261 affordable rental housing units that received a Low-Income Housing Tax Credit allocation and need additional equity.

Davidson County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

562

$66.6 M

14,512

$966.9 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

60

$7.1 M

6,939

$307.2 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

162

$3.5 M

Multi-Family Bond Authority,7 1993

--

--

5,251

$206.8 M

318

$6.4 M

2,149

$40.6 M

--

--

--

$25,000

143

$1.8 M

413

$5.8 M

436

$174,600

2,211

$542,040

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(tax exempt bond authority delegated to local issuers)

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005 BUILD Program, 2006 THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

27

James Russell -

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars

Emergency Repa

ir Program


Decatur County Homeownership and Maintenance

Mary Ann Ive

y Family - Ho

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $1,308 additional repair dollars for 1 family. Emergency Repair provided $32,055 in home repair assistance for 3 elderly households.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

nd

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Decatur County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

Rental Development and Assistance

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 62 households with $156,831 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $11,011 in the form of vouchers aided 5 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $145,820 helped 57 families pay an affordable rent.

Wilma Watson -

using Trust Fu

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $82,617 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 1 home, thus far. The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $778,196 to non-profits that serve Decatur County to provide temporary housing services to 212 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

ir Program

Emergency Repa

Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $1.2 million to support 50 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments.

Decatur County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

--

--

20

$691,634

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

51

$2.3 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

10

$234,798

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

4

$33,363

14

$65,785

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

KEY: Federal Program State Program

28

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


DeKalb County Homeownership and Maintenance

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 2 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $193,395.

Rena Adcock

- HOME Prog

ram

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Dekalb County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $900 to non-profits to assist 2 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $900 to counsel 4 families in their home purchase.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Emergency Repair provided $38,893 in home repair assistance for 4 elderly households.

Economic Recovery Programs6

Non-profits and local governments used $389,728 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 7 homes, thus far.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 129 households with $471,434 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $109,845 in the form of vouchers aided 40 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $361,589 helped 89 families pay an affordable rent.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $576,309 to non-profits that serve Dekalb County to provide temporary housing services to 287 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

DeKalb County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

2

$193,395

115

$7.7 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

68

$4 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

63

$1.7 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

2

$202,750

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

4

$38,893

12

$58,677

2

$900

9

$3,060

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

29

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Dickson County Melissa Ande

rson Family -

Homeownership and Maintenance

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 7 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $684,067. The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $1,800 to non-profits to assist 6 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $2,025 to counsel 9 families in their home purchase.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Project-based5 Rental Assistance helped 174 households with $638,165 in rent subsidies.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,285 to non-profits serving Dickson County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Economic Recovery Programs6

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. The Competitive Round awarded non-profits, local communities and regional organizations $60,000 to help 2 families with homeownership and repair.

Idell Sanders

- Emergency

HOM

E Program RAMPS provided $2,141 to make 3 homes wheelchair accessible. Emergency Repair provided $12,216 in home repair assistance for 2 elderly households.

m

Repair Progra

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $942,645 to non-profits that serve Dickson County to provide temporary housing services to 601 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Dickson County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

7

$684,067

1,127

$75.9 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

440

$16.3 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

75

$2.7 M

Multi-Family Bond Authority,7 1993

--

--

188

$10 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

1

$3,000

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

7

$74,357

28

$155,409

6

$1,800

48

$12,600

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(tax exempt bond authority delegated to local issuers)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

30

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Dyer County Flossie Carte

Homeownership and Maintenance

r - Emergenc

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 13 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $975,866.

y Repair Prog

ram

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $99,286 to non-profits serving Dyer County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $1,575 to counsel 7 families in their home purchase. THDA also offers home refinance through the Great Save program.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $10,134 to make 14 homes wheelchair accessible. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $10,242 additional repair dollars for 2 families. Emergency Repair provided $13,413 in home repair assistance for 2 elderly households.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $421,767 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition.

Rental Development and Assistance

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $778,196 to non-profits that serve Dyer County to provide temporary housing services to 212 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 511 households with $1.8 million in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $486,057 in the form of vouchers aided 159 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $1.4 million helped 352 families pay an affordable rent.

Dyer County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

13

$975,866

1,069

$50.9 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

160

$5.7 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

73

$3 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

2

$37,545

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

18

$33,789

43

$150,569

--

--

2

$360

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

31

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Fayette County Homeownership and Maintenance

vouchers aided 61 households.

• Project-based5 assistance of $1 million helped 233

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 9 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $1.1 million. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 2 new homeowners with $7,630 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

families pay an affordable rent.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Fayette County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $4,050 to non-profits to assist 11 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $1,800 to counsel 8 families in their home purchase.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Economic Recovery Programs

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $10,756 additional repair dollars for 2 families. Emergency Repair provided $28,431 in home repair assistance for 8 elderly households.

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $778,196 to non-profits that serve Fayette County to provide temporary housing services to 212 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless. Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $300,971 to support 36 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments.

Rental Development and Assistance

Low Income Housing Tax Credits in the amount of $1.9 million were allocated to create an additional 36 rental units.2,3

THDA awarded $389,910 from the Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) to provide funding assistance for 36 affordable rental housing units that received a Low-Income Housing Tax Credit allocation and need additional equity.

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 294 households with $1.3 million in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $275,648 in the form of

Fayette County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

9

$1.1 M

197

$21 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

36

$1.9 M

247

$6.2 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

96

$3.2 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

10

$39,187

35

$183,944

11

$4,050

28

$6,210

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

32

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Fentress County Homeownership and Maintenance

Linda Dalton

HOME awarded $673,322 to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to provide rehabilitation and homeownership services to 26 households.

- HOME Prog

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

ram

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Fentress County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Emergency Repair provided $4,657 in home repair assistance for 1 elderly household.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 67 households with $142,911 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $65,408 in the form of vouchers aided 33 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $77,503 helped 34 families pay an affordable rent.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $576,309 to non-profits that serve Fentress County to provide temporary housing services to 287 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Fentress County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

--

--

78

$3.4 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

210

$5.1 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

26

$673,322

110

$3 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

1

$75,000

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

1

$4,657

11

$35,231

--

--

1

$540

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

33

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Franklin County Homeownership and Maintenance

Charles and Ju

ne Holder - Em

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 4 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $400,092.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

ergency Repa

ir Program

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $28,571 to non-profits serving Franklin County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $450 to a non-profit to assist 1 homeowner in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $675 to counsel 3 families in their home purchase.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $3,250 additional repair dollars for 1 family.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $28,096 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 1 home, thus far.

Rental Development and Assistance

Low Income Housing Tax Credits in the amount of $6.2 million were allocated to create an additional 48 rental units.2,3

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $602,188 to non-profits that serve Franklin County to provide temporary housing services to 278 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 196 households with $730,020 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $22,177 in the form of vouchers aided 10 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $707,843 helped 186 families pay an affordable rent.

Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $5.6 million to support 123 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments.

Franklin County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

4

$400,092

424

$19.6 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

48

$6.2 M

100

$8.4 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

46

$1.4 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

1

$3,250

16

$41,616

1

$450

13

$5,100

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

34

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Gibson County Eva Mae Jordon - Em

ergency Repair Progra

Homeownership and Maintenance

m

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 11 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $786,991. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 2 new homeowners with $5,530 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $77,286 to non-profits serving Gibson County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters. BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $900 to non-profits to assist 2 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $2,025 to counsel 9 families in their home purchase.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $668,079 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 2 homes, thus far.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $25,225 additional repair dollars for 6 families. Emergency Repair provided $23,642 in home repair assistance for 3 elderly households.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $778,196 to non-profits that serve Gibson County to provide temporary housing services to 212 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 367 households with $1.3 million in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $289,557 in the form of vouchers aided 92 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $982,670 helped 275 families pay an affordable rent.

Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $4.1 million to support 48 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments.

Gibson County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

11

$786,991

1,054

$46.4 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

112

$3.2 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

115

$3.6 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

6

$127,343

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

9

$48,867

57

$323,406

2

$900

9

$3,060

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

35

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Giles County • Tenant-based4

Homeownership and Maintenance

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 2 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $138,139. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 1 new homeowner with $2,485 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

Joyce Fox - Em

ergency Re

pair Program assistance of $102,995 in the form of vouchers aided 28 households. Project-based5 assistance of $1 million helped 233 families pay an affordable rent.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $1,350 to non-profits to assist 4 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $450 to counsel 2 families in their home purchase.

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,285 to non-profits serving Giles County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

HOME awarded $500,000 to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to provide rehabilitation and homeownership services to 15 households.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $185,384 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 3 homes, thus far.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $3,407 additional repair dollars for 1 family. Emergency Repair provided $10,459 in home repair assistance for 2 elderly households.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $942,645 to non-profits that serve Giles County to provide temporary housing services to 601 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 261 households with $1.1 million in rent subsidies. Of this:

Giles County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

2

$138,139

379

$17.4 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

-

164

$6.5 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

15

$500,000

96

$2.4 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

20

$1 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

3

$13,866

22

$72,020

4

$1,350

42

$12,780

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

36

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Grainger County • Project-

Homeownership and Maintenance

Azal

ee Bibbins - Emergenc based5 y Repair Pr ogram assistance of $72,180 helped 26 families pay an affordable rent.

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 4 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $279,503. The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $3,750 to non-profits to assist 10 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $450 to counsel 2 families in their home purchase.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Grainger County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $32,503 additional repair dollars for 5 families. Emergency Repair provided $6,593 in home repair assistance for 2 elderly households.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11 Lenders received Community Investment Tax Credits on $382 in below market loans or contributions made to eligible non-profit agencies to assist in preventing homelessness by creating or preserving 1 units of affordable housing.1

Rental Development and Assistance

Low Income Housing Tax Credits in the amount of $7.4 million were allocated to create an additional 64 rental units.2,3

Economic Recovery Programs

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $705,780 to non-profits that serve Grainger County to provide temporary housing services to 332 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 29 households with $78,076 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $5,896 in the form of vouchers aided 3 households.

Grainger County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

4

$279,503

145

$7.4 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

64

$7.4 M

100

$7.8 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

101

$3.4 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

1

$382

1

$382

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

7

$39,096

26

$102,845

10

$3,750

40

$10,590

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

37

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Greene County Daniel and Kathe

ryn Barnes - HO

Homeownership and Maintenance

ME Program

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 10 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $870,805.

Section 8 Project-based5 Rental Assistance helped 349 households with $1.4 million in rent subsidies.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $1,050 to non-profits to assist 7 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $2,475 to counsel 11 families in their home purchase.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Greene County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $11,565 additional repair dollars for 3 families. Emergency Repair provided $2,734 in home repair assistance for 1 elderly household.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $652,752 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 5 homes, thus far.

Lenders received Community Investment Tax Credits on $100,000 in below market loans or contributions made to eligible non-profit agencies to assist in creating or preserving 1 unit of affordable housing.1

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $550,686 to non-profits that serve Greene County to provide temporary housing services to 378 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

$407,991 in HOME funds were allocated to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to develop 4 rental housing units.

Greene County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

(tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds)

10

$870,805

318

$14.5 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987 (Federal tax expenditures)

--

--

353

$13.5 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009 (Federal grant funds)

4

$407,991

114

$3.2 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

1

$100,000

3

$257,147

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

4

$14,299

30

$377,250

7

$1,050

31

$5,670

Program, Date Program Started

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

38

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Grundy County Homeownership and Maintenance

BUILD provided Martha Slat ton - Emerge ncy Repair $37,500 Program in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

HOME awarded $500,000 to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to provide rehabilitation and homeownership services to 12 households. The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $35,260 additional repair dollars for 9 families. Emergency Repair provided $24,758 in home repair assistance for 3 elderly households.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $136,358 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 3 homes, thus far.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Project-based5 Rental Assistance helped 33 households with $109,544 in rent subsidies.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $602,188 to non-profits that serve Grundy County to provide temporary housing services to 278 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Grundy County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

Grundy County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

--

--

45

$1.8 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

120

$1.8 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

12

$500,000

183

$4.1 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

12

$60.018

42

$176,270

--

--

1

$540

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

39

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Hamblen County Peggy Mon

day Family

- Emerge

ncy Repai

r Program

• Project-based assistance of $921,882

Homeownership and Maintenance

5

helped 313 families pay an affordable rent.

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 21 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $1.9 million. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 3 new homeowners with $9,788 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $61,141 to non-profits serving Hamblen County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $12,000 to non-profits to assist 41 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $6,750 to counsel 30 families in their home purchase.

Lenders received Community Investment Tax Credits on $4,966 in below market loans or contributions made to eligible non-profit agencies to assist in preventing homelessness by creating or preserving 13 units of affordable housing.1

HOME awarded $328,458 to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to provide rehabilitation and homeownership services to 17 households.

Economic Recovery Programs

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $1,795 additional repair dollars for 1 family. Emergency Repair provided $18,332 in home repair assistance for 5 elderly households.

6

Non-profits and local governments used $341,747 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 7 homes, thus far.

Rental Development and Assistance

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $705,780 to non-profits that serve Hamblen County to provide temporary housing services to 332 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 336 households with $1 million in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $84,000 in the form of vouchers aided 23 households.

Hamblen County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

21

$1.9 M

1,607

$78.9 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7, 1987

--

--

465

$18.5 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

17

$328,458

107

$2.6 M

Multi-Family Bond Authority,7 1993

(tax exempt bond authority delegated to local issuers)

--

--

225

$4.6 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

13

$4,966

21

$404,966

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

6

$20,127

21

$83,796

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008

41

$12,000

149

$31,440

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

KEY: Federal Program State Program

40

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Hamilton County Homeownership and Maintenance

Section 8 Project- Stella Jones Family - Housing Tru st Fund/Habitat based5 Rental Assistance helped 1,553 households with $6.1 million in rent subsidies.

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 113 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $10.6 million. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 22 new homeowners with $78,687 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $135,292 to non-profits serving Hamilton County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $68,850 to non-profits to assist 191 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $28,450 to counsel 128 families in their home purchase.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $12,256 to make 16 homes wheelchair accessible. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $4,075 additional repair dollars for 4 families. Emergency Repair provided $30,903 in home repair assistance for 7 elderly households.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $840,938 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 16 homes, thus far.

Rental Development and Assistance

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $602,188 to non-profits that serve Hamilton County to provide temporary housing services to 278 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

The Housing Trust Fund’s Competitive Round awarded non-profits, local communities, and regional organizations $125,232 to provide 2 additional affordable rental units.

Hamilton County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

113

$10.6 M

5,010

$272.9 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

1,695

$97.9 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

277

$5.2 M

Multi-Family Bond Authority,7 1993

--

--

673

$24 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

29

$172,467

122

$682,690

191

$68,850

362

$127,380

Program, Date Program Started Homeownership, 1974

(tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(tax exempt bond authority delegated to local issuers)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

41

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Hancock County Keith Richards

Homeownership and Maintenance

Rental Development and Assistance

HOME awarded $500,000 to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to provide rehabilitation and homeownership services to 13 households.

Ruth Collins -

m

HOME Progra

on - Housing

Trust Fund

Section 8 Project-based5 Rental Assistance helped 67 households with $239,334 in rent subsidies.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $13,088 additional repair dollars for 2 families. Emergency Repair provided $4,366 in home repair assistance for 1 elderly household.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Hancock County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Economic Recovery Programs

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $550,686 to non-profits that serve Hancock County to provide temporary housing services to 378 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Hancock County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

--

--

20

$1 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

89

$1.4 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

13

$500,000

119

$3.6 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

16

$7,896

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

3

$17,454

30

$134,114

--

--

3

$720

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

42

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Hardeman County • Tenant-

Homeownership and Maintenance

James Pol

k - Emerge

ncy Repai

r Program

based assistance of $295,679 in the form of vouchers aided 67 households. Project-based5 assistance of $204,528 helped 51 families pay an affordable rent. 4

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 1 homeowner, with a mortgage totaling $78,551. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 1 new homeowner with $2,800 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $450 to a non-profit to assist 1 homeowner in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided an area agency $225 to counsel 1 family in their home purchase.

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Hardeman County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

HOME awarded $779,314 to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to provide rehabilitation and homeownership services to 20 households.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $5,375 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 1 home, thus far.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $4,200 additional repair dollars for 1 family. Emergency Repair provided $16,776 in home repair assistance for 4 elderly households.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $778,196 to non-profits that serve Hardeman County to provide temporary housing services to 212 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 118 households with $500,207 in rent subsidies. Of this:

Hardeman County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

1

$78,551

294

$10.5 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

120

$5.3 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

20

$779,314

48

$2.4 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

5

$20,976

25

$99,637

1

$450

3

$810

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

43

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Hardin County Neal John

son - H

PRP/HOM E Program BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Homeownership and Maintenance

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 1 homeowner, with a mortgage totaling $72,522. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $450 to counsel 2 families in their home purchase.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $74,421 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 1 home, thus far.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $5,647 additional repair dollars for 2 families.

Rental Development and Assistance

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $778,196 to non-profits that serve Hardin County to provide temporary housing services to 212 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 120 households with $423,160 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $105,744 in the form of vouchers aided 43 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $317,416 helped 77 families pay an affordable rent.

Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $1.1 million to support 41 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Hardin County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

Hardin County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

1

$72,522

355

$12.5 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

157

$5.5 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

49

$1.9 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

4

$152,980

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

2

$5,647

9

$21,144

--

--

1

$540

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

44

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Hawkins County Homeownership and Maintenance

Joe Klie an

Rental Development and Assistance

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 10 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $848,219. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 1 new homeowner with $3,815 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

m

r - HOME Progra

Manuel - Em

ergency Rep

air Program

Section 8 Project-based5 Rental Assistance helped 144 households with $347,767 in rent subsidies.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $7,050 to non-profits to assist 24 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $2,025 to counsel 9 families in their home purchase.

Jennifer Winega

d Mary Ann

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Hawkins County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. The Competitive Round awarded non-profits, local communities and regional organizations $93,000 to help 2 families with homeownership and repair. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $29,906 additional repair dollars for 7 families. Emergency Repair provided $14,997 in home repair assistance for 3 elderly households.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Economic Recovery Programs

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $550,686 to non-profits that serve Hawkins County to provide temporary housing services to 378 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless. Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $3.1 million to support 48 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments.

Hawkins County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

10

$848,219

949

$42.3 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

122

$3.9 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

150

$5.2 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

1

$57,812

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

12

$137,903

52

$332,409

24

$7,050

48

$9,030

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

45

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Haywood County Homeownership and Maintenance

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 2 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $119,884.

Economic Recovery Programs

The Homebuyer Education Program provided an area agency $225 to counsel 1 family in their home purchase.

6

Non-profits and local governments used $207,975 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 2 homes, thus far.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $1,800 additional repair dollars for 1 family. Emergency Repair provided $10,189 in home repair assistance for 1 elderly household.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $778,196 to non-profits that serve Haywood County to provide temporary housing services to 212 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 164 households with $570,019 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $372,007 in the form of vouchers aided 107 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $198,012 helped 57 families pay an affordable rent.

Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $1.5 million to support 48 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Haywood County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

Haywood County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

2

$119,884

219

$8.7 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

381

$18 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

131

$4.6 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

2

$11,989

29

$153,463

--

--

10

$2,520

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

46

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Henderson County Homeownership and Maintenance

Daniel Van BUILD Hove - HP RP provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 2 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $171,019. The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $450 to a non-profit to assist 1 homeowner in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $186,473 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 2 homes, thus far.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $8,245 additional repair dollars for 3 families.

Rental Development and Assistance

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $778,196 to non-profits that serve Henderson County to provide temporary housing services to 212 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 180 households with $742,155 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $142,683 in the form of vouchers aided 43 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $599,472 helped 137 families pay an affordable rent.

THDA awarded $1.6 million from the Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) to provide funding assistance for 65 affordable rental housing units that received a Low-Income Housing Tax Credit allocation and need additional equity.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $49,286 to non-profits serving Henderson County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

Henderson County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

2

$171,019

206

$9.3 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

109

$7.1 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

85

$2.2 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

2

$37,590

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

3

$8,245

12

$31,745

1

$450

6

$1,800

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

47

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Nellie Bass was a scho ol teacher fo and now sh r over 40 ye e takes care ars of her grand heard abou daughter. B t the Emerg ass ency Repair some friend Program fro s at church m . She conta Northwest T cted the ennessee D evelopmen she qualifie t District to d for the as see if sistance. H a lot of work e r home nee on the floors ded and ceiling. match was provided by Ms. Bass’s USDA Rura and the wo l Developm rk was com ent pleted by a local contra c to r. “This progra Recipient m has allow ed me to sta The ceiling y in my hom was falling Nellie Bass e. in, in many the floor wa o f the rooms a s warped. n B d e in income and g retired, I a this assista m on a fixe T HDA Progra Homelessness Homeownership and Maintenance n d ce was a ble said. m ssing,” Bas Prevention Program provided $450 to a s HThe Assistance and ousForeclosure Nellie Bass ing Trust F - Emergenc to assistu1nd homeowner in preventing foreclosure y Repair Pr Gnon-profit ogram rant Prevention and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. About the The Emergency Shelter Grant Housing T rust FuProgram Match by U nd awarded $89,286 to non-profits serving Henry DA The THDASHousing Trust Fund funded several Ru th ral Develop T h e County to help area homeless and domestic violence 104 Gene Round affordable housing mentprograms. The Competitive ral Assemb D ly e shelters. velopm appropriate non-profits, local communities and entregional Agency (TH d $1 million Loawarded cation D to Tenness oted in S A ) for housing organizations $46,680 to help 3vfamilies with homeowneptember 2 ee Housing . In re$37,500 006 to allo sponsein, Tlow BUILD provided short-term loans TenRepair Heership n nry Coand repair. Rural Housing supplemented e HDinterest, c ssee Housin ate $12 mill A ’s unty B o a rd io g of Dassistance n T o ru to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness f THDA fun irectors st Fund ove nding inc$7,823 USDA’s rural repair program,fu providing ds to estab r a two-yeservices. ludes additional 11 a n lis y a and prevention r period. Th state appro h the and matchRepair repair dollars for 2 families. Emergency provided e four-level priations, T ing funds fr HDA funds, mod om local gra $30,483 in home repair assistance elderly households. to sefor p ri rve4 th v ate sector in el for n tees. The p e needs of urpose of thPrograms6 vestments very low inEconomic come, elde Recovery e Housing T rl y rust Funind is a n d Non-profits and local governments $192,177 s p e c ia Rental Development and Assistance l needs used T e n n e ssetoanpurchase Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds s. bout th Section 8 Rental Assistance A helped 323 e households Emergencywith foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and R e $1.2 million in rent subsidies. Of this: pair Progra m this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 3 4 demolition; • Tenant-based assistanceThofe $51,035 in the form of program will provide thus far. vouchers aided 20 households. grants tohomes, older to corr low income e c 5 t, re p a homeowne ir • Project-based assistance $1.2 million helped o 303 r replace an proofble rs whand ms. The pu e o are s s The Homelessness Prevention Rapid e n ti 60 yeRe-housing a rp l families pay an affordable rent. system ose of the p ars old or resid a n d ence by ma /o ro r g c ra ri Program (HPRP) awarded $778,196 to non-profits that ti m c a is l s to k tr in u s c g ta tu ra b ra ili p z l id e program is , necessserve th eprovide elderlytemporary ary reHenry County to housing not intende h o p m a eowner’s to make the d for compreservices toirs212 hwho omeare hensive hom households livahomeless b le. Theor at risk of e rehabilitatio The Emerg being homeless. Tennessee n . e ncy Repair H Program is Developme Developme ousing administere n t Districts to n t A g d through T e n c y h 404 Jame s e ta lp te e Henry County – Program Totals . n ennessee’s s E u ach Develo re that the p s Robertson nine p ro m Pkwy, e g n ra t m re D is p is a tr a ir ic v s t was allo Suite 1200 and $22,22 2010 2010 aila Cumulative ble through Cumulative c a te 2 d fo Program, Date Program Started out the $ r administra 22Dollars Nashville, 2,222 ($200 Units Dollars tion). Units TN 37243-0 ,0 0 0 fo r e 900 mergency In (615) 81Homeownership, a d d it io n 5-2200 to the age re 1974 --382 $13.1 M quirement, primabonds) www.th(tax exempt mortgage revenue ry residenc the applican da.o rg e a n t d m th u e household st also occu meTax dianCredit, incom3,e7 1987 Low Income Housing py 160 incom-the home a$10.3 M as defined e must be a-s their by the Renta (Federal tax expenditures) t o r b e lo w l Assistance 60 percent o 9 f area P ro gram. HOME, 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

Henry County

--

--

97

$3 M

Multi-Family Bond Authority,7 1993

--

--

40

$660,000

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

21

$438,008

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

9

$84,986

101

$963,647

1

$450

2

$450

(Federal grant funds)

(tax exempt bond authority delegated to local issuers)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

48


Hickman County Homeownership and Maintenance

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 5 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $338,673. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 1 new homeowner with $2,362 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $2,400 to non-profits to assist 6 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $1,125 to counsel 5 families in their home purchase.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Shirley Ann White - Em

ergency Repair Progra

m

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,285 to non-profits serving Hickman County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

Economic Recovery Programs

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $4,912 additional repair dollars for 1 family. Emergency Repair provided $6,712 in home repair assistance for 4 elderly households.

6

Non-profits and local governments used $19,671 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 1 home, thus far. The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $942,645 to non-profits that serve Hickman County to provide temporary housing services to 601 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 110 households with $582,376 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $128,105 in the form of vouchers aided 30 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $454,271 helped 80 families pay an affordable rent.

Hickman County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

5

$338,673

285

$15.6 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

81

$2.7 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

79

$2.4 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

32

$40,940

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

9

$137,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

5

$11,624

13

$45,752

6

$2,400

38

$8,640

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

49

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Houston County Homeownership and Maintenance

Robert Hagle

r Family - HO

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 1 homeowner, with a mortgage totaling $67,983.

Economic Recovery Programs

ME Program

6

Non-profits and local governments used $118,306 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 1 home, thus far.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $600 to non-profits to assist 2 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided an area agency $225 to counsel 1 family in their home purchase.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $778,196 to non-profits that serve Houston County to provide temporary housing services to 212 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Tenant-based4 Rental Assistance helped 10 households with $32,427 in rent subsidies.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,285 to non-profits serving Houston County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Houston County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

1

$67,983

53

$2.8 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

42

$579,450

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

47

$1.9 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

1

$18,795

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

--

--

8

$49,126

2

$600

4

$960

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

50

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Humphreys County Joan Hargrove

Homeownership and Maintenance

- HOME Prog

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 1 homeowner, with a mortgage totaling $54,269.

ram

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $89,285 to non-profits serving Humphreys County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $1,050 to non-profits to assist 3 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $675 to counsel 3 families in their home purchase.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Economic Recovery Programs

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $1,282 to make 2 homes wheelchair accessible.

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Non-profits and local governments used $26,489 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 1 home, thus far.

Rental Development and Assistance

Low Income Housing Tax Credits in the amount of $6 million were allocated to create an additional 48 rental units.2,3

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $778,196 to non-profits that serve Humphreys County to provide temporary housing services to 212 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 160 households with $519,613 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $99,448 in the form of vouchers aided 33 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $420,165 helped 127 families pay an affordable rent.

Through Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $334,433 to support 48 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments.

Humphreys County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

1

$54,269

139

$7 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

48

$6 M

48

$6 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

38

$1.6 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

2

$1,282

16

$57,360

3

$1,050

7

$1,590

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

51

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Jackson County Homeownership and Maintenance

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 4 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $352,896.

Gary Allen

Family - Em

ergency Rep

air Program

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Jackson County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $900 to counsel 4 families in their home purchase. The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Emergency Repair provided $31,053 in home repair assistance for 3 elderly households.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Rental Development and Assistance

Economic Recovery Programs

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 44 households with $111,018 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $31,588 in the form of vouchers aided 13 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $79,430 helped 31 families pay an affordable rent.

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $576,309 to non-profits that serve Jackson County to provide temporary housing services to 287 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Jackson County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

4

$352,896

43

$2.1 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

56

$877,890

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

60

$2 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

3

$31,053

16

$114,272

--

--

4

$1,080

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

52

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Jefferson County Barbara Brooks

Homeownership and Maintenance

- Emergency Re

pair Program

Rental Development and Assistance

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 15 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $1.3 million. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 2 new homeowners with $7,088 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 62 households with $221,457 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $34,086 in the form of vouchers aided 8 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $187,371 helped 54 families pay an affordable rent.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $4,200 to non-profits to assist 13 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $2,925 to counsel 13 families in their home purchase.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Jefferson County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11 Lenders received Community Investment Tax Credits on $7,640 in below market loans or contributions made to eligible non-profit agencies to assist in preventing homelessness by creating or preserving 20 units of affordable housing.1

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing ogram programs. Rural Housing Pr ir pa Re y - Emergenc Betty Elmore Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $7,342 additional repair dollars for 1 family. Emergency Repair provided $41,029 in home repair assistance for 9 elderly households.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $705,780 to non-profits that serve Jefferson County to provide temporary housing services to 332 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Jefferson County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

15

$1.3 M

586

$33.4 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

92

$3.9 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

78

$2.4 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

20

$7,640

20

$7,640

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

10

$48,371

30

$105,120

13

$4,200

96

$21,660

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

53

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Johnson County Joan Buchan

an - HOME Pr

Homeownership and Maintenance

ogram

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 3 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $305,087.

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $61,286 to non-profits serving Johnson County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $600 to non-profits to assist 7 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $675 to counsel 3 families in their home purchase.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Economic Recovery Programs

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $21,324 additional repair dollars for 4 families.

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $550,686 to non-profits that serve Johnson County to provide temporary housing services to 378 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Project-based5 Rental Assistance helped 157 households with $591,918 in rent subsidies.

Johnson County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

3

$305,087

19

$1.6 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

40

$561,110

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

155

$4.9 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

14

$7,887

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

43

$714,773

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

4

$21,324

17

$66,874

7

$600

9

$1,140

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

54

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Knox County Homeownership and Maintenance

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Norm and Meli Start loans) created 196 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $19.7 ssa Flinn - Ho meownership Program million. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 37 new 10 homeowners with $146,081 in down payment and closing cost assistance. The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $18,600 to non-profits to assist 70 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $60,525 to counsel 269 families in their home purchase. The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $166 to make 1 home wheelchair accessible. Emergency Repair provided $3,134 in home repair assistance for 1 elderly household.

Rental Development and Assistance

The Housing Trust Fund’s Competitive Round awarded non-profits, local communities, and regional organizations $200,000 to provide 57 additional affordable rental units. Lenders received Community Investment Tax Credits on $1.3 million in below market loans or contributions made to eligible non-profit agencies to assist in creating or preserving 72 units of affordable rental housing.1 Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 4,034 households with $18.3 million in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $1.3 million in the form of vouchers aided 255 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $16.9 million helped 3,779 families pay an affordable rent.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Knox County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters. BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11 Lenders received Community Investment Tax Credits on $1,146 in below market loans or contributions made to eligible non-profit agencies to assist in preventing homelessness by creating or preserving 3 units of affordable housing.1

Dusti Cruze -

Section 8 Fam

ily Se

Program lf Sufficiency

Economic Recovery Programs

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $304,248 to non-profits that serve Knox County to provide temporary housing services to 166 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $7 million to support 72 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments.

55


Knox County Continued

THDA awarded $2.6 million from the Tax Credit Assistance Program to provide funding assistance for 105 affordable rental housing units that received a Low-Income Housing Tax Credit allocation and need additional equity.

Christina U

pton - Housi

(TCAP)

ng Trust Fu

nd/Habitat

Knox County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

196

$19.7 M

9,265

$541.2 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

2,831

$171.1 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

163

$3.5 M

Multi-Family Bond Authority,7 1993

--

--

1,684

$62.6 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

3

$1,146

228

$5.8 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

18

$937,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

59

$203,300

180

$1.1 M

70

$18,600

263

$49,380

Program, Date Program Started Homeownership, 1974

(tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(tax exempt bond authority delegated to local issuers)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

Mastaunna Brownlow

abitat

- Housing Trust Fund/H

56

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Lake County • Tenant-

Homeownership and Maintenance

Minnie Avery

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 1 homeowner, with a mortgage totaling $39,468.

The Homebuyer Education Program provided an area agency $225 to counsel 1 family in their home purchase.

- Emergency

Repair Prog

ram based assistance of $6,193 in the form of vouchers aided 3 households. Project-based5 assistance of $1.1 million helped 238 families pay an affordable rent. 4

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

HOME awarded $750,000 to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to provide rehabilitation and homeownership services to 26 households.

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Lake County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $1,658 additional repair dollars for 1 family. Emergency Repair provided $25,177 in home repair assistance for 3 elderly households.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Rental Development and Assistance

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $778,196 to non-profits that serve Lake County to provide temporary housing services to 212 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 241 households with $1.1 million in rent subsidies. Of this:

Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $1.4 million to support 44 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments.

$403,038 in HOME funds were allocated to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to develop 6 rental housing units.

Lake County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

1

$39,468

58

$2.1 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

184

$2.5 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

32

$1.2 M

117

$4.3 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

7

$181,490

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

4

$26,835

15

$85,980

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

KEY: Federal Program State Program

57

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Lauderdale County • Project-based5 assistance of $761,020 helped 168

Homeownership and Maintenance

families pay an affordable rent.

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 6 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $519,880. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 1 new homeowner with $3,920 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Lauderdale County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $450 to non-profits to assist 2 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $1,350 to counsel 6 families in their home purchase.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $425,817 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 7 homes, thus far.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $42,632 additional repair dollars for 7 families. Emergency Repair provided $16,027 in home repair assistance for 6 elderly households.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $778,196 to non-profits that serve Lauderdale County to provide temporary housing services to 212 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 313 households with $1.3 million in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $512,992 in the form of vouchers aided 145 households.

Lauderdale County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

6

$519,880

308

$14.1 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

326

$10.4 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

93

$3.1 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

13

$58,659

34

$176,797

2

$450

10

$2,430

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

58

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Lawrence County Homeownership and Maintenance

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 1 homeowner, with a mortgage totaling $78,937. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 1 new homeowner with $2,800 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,285 to non-profits serving Lawrence County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $600 to non-profits to assist 2 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $325 to counsel 2 families in their home purchase. THDA also offers home refinance through the Great Save program.

Economic Recovery Programs6

Non-profits and local governments used $206,193 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 2 homes, thus far.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $12,473 additional repair dollars for 4 families.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $942,645 to non-profits that serve Lawrence County to provide temporary housing services to 601 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Tenant-based4 Rental Assistance helped 50 households with $191,688 in rent subsidies.

Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $4.7 million to support 44 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments.

Lawrence County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

1

$78,937

301

$12.6 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

293

$21.2 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

62

$2 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

4

$12,473

14

$34,121

2

$600

10

$2,040

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

59

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Lewis County Homeownership and Maintenance

Ms. Freddie Su

blett - Emerge

The Homebuyer Education Program provided an area agency $225 to counsel 1 family in their home purchase.

Economic Recovery Programs

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Emergency Repair provided $18,592 in home repair assistance for 4 elderly households.

ncy Repair Pr

ogram

6

Non-profits and local governments used $72,639 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 1 home, thus far.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Project-based5 Rental Assistance helped 42 households with $131,809 in rent subsidies.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $942,645 to non-profits that serve Lewis County to provide temporary housing services to 601 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Lewis County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

--

--

25

$1.1 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7, 1987

--

--

48

$665,660

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

63

$2.3 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

6

$417,166

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

4

$18,592

57

$309,791

--

--

11

$3,420

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

60

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Lincoln County Homeownership and Maintenance

Lillian Brow

n Family - Em

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 2 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $208,171.

ergency Rep

air Program

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $450 to counsel 2 families in their home purchase.

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,285 to non-profits serving Lincoln County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $14,492 additional repair dollars for 4 families. Emergency Repair provided $46,207 in home repair assistance for 7 elderly households.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Economic Recovery Programs6

Rental Development and Assistance

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $942,645 to non-profits that serve Lincoln County to provide temporary housing services to 601 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Low Income Housing Tax Credits in the amount of $17.9 million were allocated to create an additional 136 rental units.2,3 Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 194 households with $639,534 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $314,566 in the form of vouchers aided 129 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $324,968 helped 65 families pay an affordable rent.

Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $7.1 million to support 184 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments.

Lincoln County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

2

$208,171

106

$5.6 M

136

$17.9 M

168

$18.4 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

87

$2.5 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

11

$60,699

34

$108,253

--

--

2

$1,080

Program, Date Program Started Homeownership, 1974

(tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds)

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987 (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

61

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Loudon County Homeownership and Maintenance

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 16 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $1.4 million. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 1 new homeowner with $4,497 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

Betty and Ro

b Helms - NS

P

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $750 to non-profits to assist 4 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $3,600 to counsel 16 families in their home purchase. HOME awarded $750,000 to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to provide rehabilitation and homeownership services to 39 households. The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $606 to make 1 home wheelchair accessible. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $2,500 additional repair dollars for 1 family.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 318 households with $1.4 million in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $160,300 in the form of vouchers aided 38 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $1.2 million helped 280 families pay an affordable rent.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Loudon County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters. BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11 Lenders received Community Investment Tax Credits on $1,146 in below market loans or contributions made to eligible non-profit agencies to assist in preventing homelessness by creating or preserving 3 units of affordable housing.1

Economic Recovery Programs6

/Habitat

ing Trust Fund

ckson - Hous

a Ja Cynthia Rene

Non-profits and local governments used $277,249 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 5 homes, thus far.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $705,780 to non-profits that serve Loudon County to provide temporary housing services to 332 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

62


Leona Mille

r - Emergenc

Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $8.2 million to support 178 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments.

y Repair Pr

ogram

Loudon County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

16

$1.4 M

577

$33.6 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

230

$16.5 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

39

$750,000

142

$3.5 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

3

$1,146

85

$3.2 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

2

$3,106

15

$104,621

4

$750

5

$750

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

da Thompson

an Jerry and Am

t

t Fund/Habita

- Housing Trus

63

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Macon County Homeownership and Maintenance

Dewey an BUILD d Sue Bra wner - HO ME Progr provided am $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 4 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $383,790. The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $450 to a non-profit to assist 1 homeowner in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $900 to counsel 4 families in their home purchase.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $194,270 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 2 homes, thus far.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $2,615 additional repair dollars for 1 family. Emergency Repair provided $11,000 in home repair assistance for 1 elderly household.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $576,309 to non-profits that serve Macon County to provide temporary housing services to 287 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Tenant-based4 Rental Assistance helped 16 households with $28,551 in rent subsidies.

Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $3.5 million to support 40 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Macon County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

Macon County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

4

$383,790

118

$5.8 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

47

$561,980

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

46

$1.5 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

2

$13,615

20

$63,430

1

$450

11

$3,510

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

64

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Madison County • Project-

Homeownership and Maintenance

Teresa Dav

is - Housing

Trust Fu

nd/Habitat based5 assistance of $2.9 million helped 625 families pay an affordable rent.

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 22 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $1.9 million. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 1 new homeowner with $3,601 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $217,462 to non-profits serving Madison County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $2,550 to non-profits to assist 10 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $8,325 to counsel 37 families in their home purchase.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. The Competitive Round awarded non-profits, local communities and regional organizations $80,194 to help 2 families with homeownership and repair. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $17,201 additional repair dollars for 3 families.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $548,407 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 14 homes, thus far.

Rental Development and Assistance

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $778,196 to non-profits that serve Madison County to provide temporary housing services to 212 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 1,012 households with $4.6 million in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $1.7 million in the form of vouchers aided 387 households.

Madison County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

22

$1.9 M

3,495

$165.2 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

890

$60.5 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

101

$2.1 M

Multi-Family Bond Authority,7 1993

--

--

788

$31.5 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

36

$694,868

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

5

$97,395

21

$419,687

10

$2,550

67

$12,270

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(tax exempt bond authority delegated to local issuers)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

65

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Marion County Homeownership and Maintenance

William H BUILD provided utcherso n - Emerg ency Re $37,500 in pair Prog ram low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $3,300 to non-profits to assist 9 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided an area agency $225 to counsel 1 family in their home purchase.10 The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $5,201 to make 7 homes wheelchair accessible. Emergency Repair provided $12,090 in home repair assistance for 3 elderly households.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $273,859 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 3 homes, thus far.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Project-based5 Rental Assistance helped 61 households with $282,955 in rent subsidies.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $602,188 to non-profits that serve Marion County to provide temporary housing services to 278 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Marion County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $4.9 million to support 40 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments.

Marion County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

--

--

296

$15.8 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

77

$5.5 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

176

$3.3 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

10

$17,291

64

$338,241

9

$3,300

12

$3,840

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

66

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Marshall County • Project-

Homeownership and Maintenance

Judith Macafee -

Emergency Repa

ir Pro

gram based5 assistance of $829,435 helped 242 families pay an affordable rent.

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 6 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $679,110. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 2 new homeowners with $9,125 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,285 to non-profits serving Marshall County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $2,700 to non-profits to assist 9 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $2,700 to counsel 12 families in their home purchase.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Emergency Repair provided $18,239 in home repair assistance for 4 elderly households.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Rental Development and Assistance

Non-profits and local governments used $108,034 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 2 homes, thus far.

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 380 households with $1.3 million in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $436,824 in the form of vouchers aided 138 households.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $942,645 to non-profits that serve Marshall County to provide temporary housing services to 601 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

The Housing Trust Fund’s Competitive Round awarded non-profits, local communities, and regional organizations $39,297 to provide 36 additional affordable rental units.

Marshall County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

6

$679,110

296

$18.1 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

173

$9.1 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

86

$2.4 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

3

$77,500

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

40

$57,536

55

$119,874

9

$2,700

43

$10,260

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

67

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Maury County Shannon Om

an - Housing

Homeownership and Maintenance

Trust Fund/H

abitat

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 665 households with $2.7 million in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $2.1 million in the form of vouchers aided 489 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $629,320 helped 176 families pay an affordable rent.

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 62 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $7 million. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 20 new homeowners with $81,705 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10 The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $15,900 to non-profits to assist 44 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $20,250 to counsel 90 families in their home purchase.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,285 to non-profits serving Maury County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

HOME awarded $620,000 to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to provide rehabilitation and homeownership services to 17 households.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $522 to make 1 home wheelchair accessible. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $10,319 additional repair dollars for 2 families. Emergency Repair provided $88,436 in home repair assistance for 15 elderly households.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $49,626 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 3 homes, thus far. The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $942,645 to non-profits that serve Maury County to provide temporary housing services to 601 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

$380,000 in HOME funds were allocated to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to develop 4 rental housing units.

Maury County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

62

$7 M

1,286

$81.2 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

547

$27.1 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

21

$1 M

77

$2.9 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

10

$621,637

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

18

$99,277

57

$392,796

44

$15,900

232

$57,600

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

68

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


McMinn County Felmet “Junior” Evans

Homeownership and Maintenance

Rental Development and Assistance

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 13 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $1 million. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 2 new homeowners with $6,685 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

- Emergency Repair Pro gram

$287,365 in HOME funds were allocated to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to develop 4 rental housing units. Section 8 Project-based5 Rental Assistance helped 421 households with $1.6 million in rent subsidies.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $2,250 to non-profits to assist 6 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $2,700 to counsel 12 families in their home purchase.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving McMinn County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Economic Recovery Programs

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing ir pa programs. RAMPS Re y nc eron - Emerge Abtellah Cam provided $10,403 to make 13 homes wheelchair accessible. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $21,605 additional repair dollars for 9 families. Emergency Repair provided $16,339 in home repair assistance for 6 elderly households.

6

Non-profits and local governments used $383,860 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 5 homes, thus far. The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $602,188 to non-profits that serve McMinn County to provide temporary housing services to 278 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

McMinn County – Program Totals

2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

13

$1 M

245

$12.3 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

200

$10.2 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

4

$287,365

192

$4 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

28

$49,097

85

$239,304

6

$2,250

13

$4,950

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

69

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


McNairy County Homeownership and Maintenance

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 2 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $156,887.

Tony Rhea

- Homelessn

ess Preven

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $675 to counsel 3 families in their home purchase.

iton and Rap

id Re-hous

ing

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving McNairy County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. The Competitive Round awarded non-profits, local communities and regional organizations $16,275 to help 1 family with homeownership and repair. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $4,500 additional repair dollars for 2 families.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $398,702 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 4 homes, thus far.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 180 households with $824,549 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $103,750 in the form of vouchers aided 42 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $720,799 helped 138 families pay an affordable rent.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $778,196 to non-profits that serve McNairy County to provide temporary housing services to 212 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

McNairy County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

2

$156,887

177

$7.1 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

64

$7.2 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

76

$2.2 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

3

$41,780

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

3

$20,775

8

$32,368

--

--

2

--

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

70

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Meigs County Homeownership and Maintenance

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $7,666 to make 9 homes wheelchair accessible. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $1,650 additional repair dollars for 1 family.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The Homebuyer Education Program provided an area agency $225 to counsel 1 family in their home purchase.

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Meigs County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

Economic Recovery Programs

Rental Development and Assistance

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $602,188 to non-profits that serve Meigs County to provide temporary housing services to 278 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Section 8 Project-based5 Rental Assistance helped 32 households with $77,420 in rent subsidies.

Meigs County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

--

--

35

$2.1 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

24

$242,860

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

75

$1.9 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

10

$9,316

23

$24,325

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

KEY: Federal Program State Program

71

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Monroe County David and An

gela Lakes

Homeownership and Maintenance

- Housing Tr

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 6 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $475,354. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 1 new homeowner with $3,150 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

ust Fund/H

abitat

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Monroe County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters. BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $750 to non-profits to assist 2 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $2,025 to counsel 9 families in their home purchase.

Lenders received Community Investment Tax Credits on $6,112 in below market loans or contributions made to eligible non-profit agencies to assist in preventing homelessness by creating or preserving 16 units of affordable housing.1

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $675 to make 1 home wheelchair accessible. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $8,422 additional repair dollars for 4 families. Emergency Repair provided $2,752 in home repair assistance for 1 elderly household.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $279,569 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 3 homes, thus far.

Rental Development and Assistance

Low Income Housing Tax Credits in the amount of $6 million were allocated to create an additional 48 rental units.2,3

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $705,780 to non-profits that serve Monroe County to provide temporary housing services to 332 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 198 households with $624,137 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $72,437 in the form of vouchers aided 26 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $551,700 helped 172 families pay an affordable rent.

Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $6.3 million to support 120 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments.

Monroe County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

6

$475,354

255

$13.2 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987 (Federal tax expenditures)

48

$6 M

106

$6.9 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009 (Federal grant funds)

--

--

86

$2.9 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

16

$6,112

16

$6,112

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

6

$11,849

74

$168,845

2

$750

5

$1,830

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

72

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Montgomery County AudreyJon

es - Family

• Tenant-

Homeownership and Maintenance

Self Suffic

iency Pro

gram

based assistance of $3.4 million in the form of vouchers aided 688 households. Project-based5 assistance of $1.7 million helped 402 families pay an affordable rent. 4

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 100 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $10 million. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 14 new homeowners with $53,290 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $8,100 to non-profits to assist 26 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyers Education Program provided area agencies $27,900 to counsel 124 families in their home purchase.

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $180,570 to non-profits serving Montgomery County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters. BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $878 to make 1 home wheelchair accessible.

Economic Recovery Programs6

Non-profits and local governments used $707,282 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 8 homes, thus far.

HOME awarded $500,000 to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to provide rehabilitation and homeownership services to 11 households.

Rental Development and Assistance

The Housing Trust Fund’s Competitive Round awarded non-profits, local communities, and regional organizations $46,925 to provide 14 additional affordable rental units.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $942,645 to non-profits that serve Montgomery County to provide temporary housing services to 601 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 1,090 households with $5.1 million in rent subsidies. Of this:

Montgomery County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

100

$10 M

3,500

$179.5 M

--

--

668

$42.9 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009 (Federal grant funds)

11

$500,000

93

$2.7 M

Multi-Family Bond Authority,7 1993

(tax exempt bond authority delegated to local issuers)

--

--

112

$4.2 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

17

$717,993

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

15

$47,803

38

$96,021

26

$8,100

95

$20,700

Program, Date Program Started Homeownership, 1974

(tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds)

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,

3, 7

(Federal tax expenditures)

1987

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

73

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Moore County Rental Development and Assistance

Economic Recovery Programs

Section 8 Tenant-based Rental Assistance helped 11 households with $27,066 in rent subsidies.

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $942,645 to non-profits that serve Moore County to provide temporary housing services to 601 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

4

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,285 to non-profits serving Moore County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Moore County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

--

--

20

$1.1 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

57

$779,850

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

18

$500,000

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

--

--

4

$6,593

--

--

2

$540

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

74

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Morgan County • Tenant-based4

Homeownership and Maintenance

assistance of $36,312 in the form of Lela Leach vouchers aided 9 Emergency Re pair Program households. Project-based5 assistance of $220,695 helped 70 families pay an affordable rent.

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 3 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $232,287. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 1 new homeowner with $2,870 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $675 to counsel 3 families in their home purchase.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

ram

y Repair Prog

y - Emergenc

Robert Monda

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Morgan County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. The Competitive Round awarded non-profits, local communities and regional organizations $18,890 to help 1 family with homeownership and repair. Emergency Repair provided $8,277 in home repair assistance for 5 elderly households.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11 Lenders received Community Investment Tax Credits on $382 in below market loans or contributions made to eligible non-profit agencies to assist in preventing homelessness by creating or preserving 1 units of affordable housing.1

Economic Recovery Programs

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $576,309 to non-profits that serve Morgan County to provide temporary housing services to 287 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 79 households with $257,007 in rent subsidies. Of this:

Morgan County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

(tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds)

3

$232,287

144

$7 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987 (Federal tax expenditures)

--

--

109

$4.5 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009 (Federal grant funds)

--

--

63

$2.4 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

1

$382

47

$638,237

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

6

$27,167

21

$99,159

--

--

2

$540

Program, Date Program Started

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

75

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Obion County Homeownership and Maintenance

Eugene and Jo

e Hardin - Em

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 7 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $428,139.

ergency Repa

ir Program

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Obion County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $1,125 to counsel 5 families in their home purchase.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. The Competitive Round awarded non-profits, local communities and regional organizations $32,049 to help 1 family with homeownership and repair. RAMPS provided $1,546 to make 4 homes wheelchair accessible. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $23,393 additional repair dollars for 5 families. Emergency Repair provided $16,216 in home repair assistance for 2 elderly households.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $542,578 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 10 homes, thus far. The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $778,196 to non-profits that serve Obion County to provide temporary housing services to 212 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 431 households with $1.8 million in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $68,539 in the form of vouchers aided 22 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $1.7 million helped 409 families pay an affordable rent.

Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $1.5 million to support 48 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments.

Obion County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

7

$428,139

500

$23.4 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

71

$956,960

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

78

$2.7 M

Multi-Family Bond Authority,7 1993

--

--

50

$765,000

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

12

$73,204

30

$177,227

--

--

2

$540

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(tax exempt bond authority delegated to local issuers)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

76

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Overton County Ted and Sheil

a Ramsey - HO

Homeownership and Maintenance

ME Program

Rental Development and Assistance

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 4 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $253,238.

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 71 households with $154,134 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $73,622 in the form of vouchers aided 24 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $80,512 helped 47 families pay an affordable rent.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $450 to a non-profit to assist 1 homeowner in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $675 to counsel 3 families in their home purchase.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

HOME awarded $818,750 to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to provide rehabilitation and homeownership services to 26 households.

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Overton County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Economic Recovery Programs

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $576,309 to non-profits that serve Overton County to provide temporary housing services to 287 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded E Program Family - HOM on rs de several affordable An da Bren housing programs. RAMPS provided $716 to make 1 home wheelchair accessible. Emergency Repair provided $10,827 in home repair assistance for 1 elderly household.

Overton County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

4

$253,238

191

$10.9 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

70

$602,980

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

26

$818,750

92

$2.4 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

2

$11,543

16

$76,421

1

$450

2

$990

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

77

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Perry County Homeownership and Maintenance

Early Mae

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Emergency Repair provided $5,499 in home repair assistance for 2 elderly households.

Jack

son - Emer gency Rep BUILD air Program provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 34 households with $102,807 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $21,597 in the form of vouchers aided 8 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $81,210 helped 26 families pay an affordable rent.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $51,850 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 1 home, thus far.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $942,645 to non-profits that serve Perry County to provide temporary housing services to 601 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,285 to non-profits serving Perry County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

Perry County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

--

--

2

$59,525

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

59

$1.8 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

2

$5,499

12

$46,711

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

KEY: Federal Program State Program

78

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Pickett County Homeownership and Maintenance

Kenneth and

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $28,495 additional repair dollars for 4 families. Emergency Repair provided $13,100 in home repair assistance for 2 elderly households.

Betsy Mullins

- HOME Prog

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

ram

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Pickett County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

Rental Development and Assistance

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 36 households with $120,659 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $38,967 in the form of vouchers aided 12 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $81,692 helped 24 families pay an affordable rent.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $576,309 to non-profits that serve Pickett County to provide temporary housing services to 287 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Pickett County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

--

--

23

$1 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

56

$554,560

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

87

$2 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

6

$41,595

28

$147,311

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

KEY: Federal Program State Program

79

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Polk County Homeownership and Maintenance

Carl and Linda Sti

nnett - Emergen

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 7 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $441,954.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

cy Repair Progra

m

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Polk County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $1,650 to non-profits to assist 5 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $1,575 to counsel 7 families in their home purchase.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $1,999 to make 2 homes wheelchair accessible. Emergency Repair provided $19,884 in home repair assistance for 4 elderly households.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $602,188 to non-profits that serve Polk County to provide temporary housing services to 278 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Project-based5 Rental Assistance helped 28 households with $172,659 in rent subsidies.

Polk County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

7

$441,954

95

$5.1 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

48

$652,220

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

130

$2.7 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

6

$21,883

21

$75,255

5

$1,650

8

$2,730

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

80

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Putnam County Dusti and Daniel Brooks

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 34 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $3.4 million.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $56,786 to non-profits serving Putnam County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Economic Recovery Programs

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $1,394 to make 4 homes wheelchair accessible. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $14,200 additional repair dollars for 4 families. Emergency Repair provided $26,718 in home repair assistance for 3 elderly households.

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $576,309 to non-profits that serve Putnam County to provide temporary housing services to 287 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

t

t Fund/Habita

- Housing Trus

abitat

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 552 households with $1.5 million in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $887,114 in the form of vouchers aided 355 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $624,484 helped 197 families pay an affordable rent.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $450 to non-profits to assist 2 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $7,425 to counsel 33 families in their home purchase. Valerie Benton

- Housing Trust Fund/H

Rental Development and Assistance

Homeownership and Maintenance

Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $3.8 million to support 135 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments.

Putnam County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

34

$3.4 M

1,061

$61.3 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

392

$21.6 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

52

$2.3 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

1

$101,375

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

11

$42,312

38

$192,973

2

$450

16

$3,330

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

81

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Rhea County Homeownership and Maintenance

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 19 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $1.6 million. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 2 new homeowners with $5,035 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Rhea County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $2,100 to non-profits to assist 7 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $1,800 to counsel 8 families in their home purchase.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $189,093 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $2,344 to make 3 homes wheelchair accessible. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $7,071 additional repair dollars for 2 families.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $602,188 to non-profits that serve Rhea County to provide temporary housing services to 278 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rhea County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

19

$1.6 M

548

$35.7 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

115

$3.9 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

106

$2.9 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

5

$9,415

17

$44,791

7

$2,100

17

$4,620

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

82

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Roane County Homeownership and Maintenance

Nanala Phillips - Emerg

ency Repair Program

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 9 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $634,399. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 1 new homeowner with $1,942 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Roane County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $2,025 to counsel 9 families in their home purchase. THDA also offers home refinance through the Great Save program.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Rental Development and Assistance

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $310,066 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 3 homes, thus far.

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 430 households with $1.4 million in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $200,567 in the form of vouchers aided 61 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $1.2 million helped 369 families pay an affordable rent.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $576,309 to non-profits that serve Roane County to provide temporary housing services to 287 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Roane County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

9

$634,399

403

$20.6 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

352

$10.5 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

218

$4.4 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

--

--

11

$30,685

--

--

16

$3,240

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

83

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Robertson County Homeownership and Maintenance

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 31 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $4 million. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 5 new homeowners with $22,519 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

Ellen Mitchell

- HOME Prog

ram

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,285 to non-profits serving Robertson County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters. BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $8,850 to non-profits to assist 21 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $8,100 to counsel 36 families in their home purchase.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $192,862 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 5 homes, thus far.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $1,816 to make 4 homes wheelchair accessible. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $4,523 additional repair dollars for 1 family. Emergency Repair provided $22,000 in home repair assistance for 2 elderly households.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $942,645 to non-profits that serve Robertson County to provide temporary housing services to 601 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 278 households with $1.5 million in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $971,453 in the form of vouchers aided 157 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $516,883 helped 121 families pay an affordable rent.

Robertson County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

31

$4 M

1,756

$125.7 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

439

$14.9 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

142

$2.3 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

7

$28,339

27

$65,492

21

$8,850

92

$23,760

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

84

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Rutherford County William Vaug

hter - Build

• Tenant-based

Homeownership and Maintenance

/Homeowne

4

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 313 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $36 million. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 61 new homeowners with $260,842 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

rship Vouche

r Program

assistance of $2.1 million in the form of vouchers aided 316 households. Project-based5 assistance of $4.9 million helped 1,054 families pay an affordable rent.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $124,977 to non-profits serving Rutherford County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $63,600 to non-profits to assist 166 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $97,875 to counsel 437 families in their home purchase.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $890,447 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 13 homes, thus far.

HOME awarded $750,000 to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to provide rehabilitation and homeownership services to 24 households. The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $3,010 to make 4 homes wheelchair accessible. Emergency Repair provided $22,395 in home repair assistance for 3 elderly households.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $210,611 to non-profits that serve Rutherford County to provide temporary housing services to 139 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $4.7 million to support 192 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments.

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 1,370 households with $7 million in rent subsidies. Of this:

Rutherford County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

313

$36 M

7,194

$604.3 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

1,652

$92.5 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

24

$750,000

344

$5.5 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

124

$9.4 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

--

3

$100,000

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

7

$25,405

38

$139,021

166

$63,600

751

$174,870

Program, Date Program Started Homeownership, 1974

(tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

85

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Scott County Gary Jeffers -

Homeownership and Maintenance

Housing Trus

t Fund/Habita

t

Rental Development and Assistance

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 10 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $645,235.

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 75 households with $212,719 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $75,932 in the form of vouchers aided 30 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $136,787 helped 45 families pay an affordable rent.

The Homebuyer Education Program provided an area agency $225 to counsel 1 family in their home purchase. The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. The Competitive Round awarded non-profits, local communities and regional organizations $67,983 to help 2 families with homeownership and repair. RAMPS provided $735 to make 1 home wheelchair accessible. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s m Repair Progra - Emergency t es rural repair program, W ia len Ar providing $5,600 additional repair dollars for 1 family. Emergency Repair provided $10,076 in home repair assistance for 5 elderly households.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $89,286 to non-profits serving Scott County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Economic Recovery Programs

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $576,309 to non-profits that serve Scott County to provide temporary housing services to 287 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Scott County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

10

$645,235

55

$3 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

94

$1.4 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

107

$4.5 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

15

$79

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

9

$84,394

29

$160,008

--

--

9

$1,620

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

86

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Sequatchie County Homeownership and Maintenance

Marla King

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 23 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $1.6 million.

ood Stabiliz

ation Progra

Rental Development and Assistance

m

Section 8 Project-based5 Rental Assistance helped 64 households with $246,445 in rent subsidies.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $150 to a non-profit to assist 1 homeowner in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $5,400 to counsel 24 families in their home purchase.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Sequatchie County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

HOME awarded $750,000 to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to provide rehabilitation and homeownership services to 18 households.

r Linda Wagne

- Neighborh

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $679,541 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 8 homes, thus far.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $4,730 to make 5 homes wheelchair accessible. Emergency ogram Repair provided $5,917 - New Start Pr in home repair assistance for 2 elderly households.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $602,188 to non-profits that serve Sequatchie County to provide temporary housing services to 278 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Sequatchie County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

23

$1.6 M

164

$9.8 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

64

$3 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

18

$750,000

52

$1.7 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

7

$10,647

48

$382,996

1

$150

6

$1,590

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

87

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Sevier County • Project-based5 assistance of $402,168 helped 126

Homeownership and Maintenance

families pay an affordable rent.

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 16 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $1.9 million.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Sevier County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $1,350 to non-profits to assist 4 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $4,275 to counsel 19 families in their home purchase.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

HOME awarded $750,000 to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to provide rehabilitation and homeownership services to 16 households.

Lenders received Community Investment Tax Credits on $382 in below market loans or contributions made to eligible non-profit agencies to assist in preventing homelessness by creating or preserving 1 units of affordable housing.1

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $791 to make 1 home wheelchair accessible. Emergency Repair provided $8,482 in home repair assistance for 1 elderly household.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

$500,000 in HOME funds were allocated to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to develop 11 rental housing units.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $705,780 to non-profits that serve Sevier County to provide temporary housing services to 332 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 184 households with $603,456 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $201,288 in the form of vouchers aided 58 households.

Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $6.8 million to support 102 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments.

Rental Development and Assistance

Sevier County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

16

$1.9 M

556

$32.4 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

344

$23.7 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

27

$1.3 M

98

$4 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

1

$382

101

$4.7 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

2

$9,273

9

$24,339

4

$1,350

19

$1,350

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

88

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Shelby County Homeownership and Maintenance

Vi

nce and Erma Henderson The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great NSP Rate, and New Start loans) created 363 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $34.5 million. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 37 new homeowners with $136,418 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $241,200 to non-profits to assist 655 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $101,475 to counsel 451 families in their home purchase. The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Emergency Repair provided $133,909 in home repair assistance for 17 elderly households. BUILD provided $75,000 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits, to assist with homeownership and home repair.

Rental Development and Assistance

Low Income Housing Tax Credits in the amount of $8.8 million were allocated to create an additional 81 rental units.2,3

t

t Fund/Habita

The Housing Trust Fund’s Competitive Round awarded non-profits, local communities, and regional organizations $281,845 to provide 28 additional affordable rental units.

us n - Housing Tr

sti Stephanie Au

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 7,463 households with $35.4 million in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $3.5 million in the form of vouchers aided 535 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $31.9 million helped 6,928 families pay an affordable rent.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,285 to non-profits serving Shelby County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters. BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $8 million in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 112 homes, thus far. The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $903,716 to non-profits that serve Shelby County to provide temporary housing services to 493 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

89

Willie Edna Ba

ker - Emerge

ncy Repair Pr

ogram


Shelby County Continued

mett

Carolyn Ham

t Fund - Housing Trus

Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $31.6 million to support 359 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments.

THDA awarded $3.9 million from the Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) to provide funding assistance for 363 affordable rental housing units that received a Low-Income Housing Tax Credit allocation and need additional equity.

Shelby County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

363

$34.5 M

18,981

$1,005.8 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

81

$8.8 M

10,544

$426.5 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

199

$2.5 M

Multi-Family Bond Authority,7 1993

--

--

8,099

$225.3 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

214

$9.4 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$112,500

38

$1.4 M

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

45

$415,754

206

$1.9 M

655

$241,200

3,168

$714,360

Program, Date Program Started Homeownership, 1974

(tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(tax exempt bond authority delegated to local issuers)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

Rosalind H

ines - HOM

90

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars

E Program


Smith County Homeownership and Maintenance

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 8 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $703,600. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 1 new homeowner with $2,450 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Smith County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters. BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $450 to a non-profit to assist 1 homeowner in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $1,575 to counsel 7 families in their home purchase.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $160,999 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 2 homes, thus far.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Emergency Repair provided $9,499 in home repair assistance for 2 elderly households.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $576,309 to non-profits that serve Smith County to provide temporary housing services to 287 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Tenant-based4 Rental Assistance helped 23 households with $61,109 in rent subsidies.

Smith County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

8

$703,600

58

$4.5 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

144

$5.8 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

58

$1.6 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

2

$9,499

8

$36,197

1

$450

8

$1,710

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

91

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Stewart County Homeownership and Maintenance

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 3 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $182,876.

William H. Sy

kes - HOME

Program

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Homebuyers Education Program provided area agencies $450 to counsel 2 families in their home purchase.

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,285 to non-profits serving Stewart County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Emergency Repair provided $9,460 in home repair assistance for 1 elderly household.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 39 households with $126,085 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $44,430 in the form of vouchers aided 17 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $81,655 helped 22 families pay an affordable rent.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $778,196 to non-profits that serve Stewart County to provide temporary housing services to 212 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Stewart County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

3

$182,876

79

$3.8 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

26

$358,320

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

33

$1.4 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

1

$9,460

7

$31,581

--

--

5

$900

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

92

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Sullivan County Raymond

Homeownership and Maintenance

and Bever

ly Miller -

Housing Tr

ust Fund/ Habitat The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 44 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $4 million. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 3 new homeowners with $12,578 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $8,250 to non-profits to assist 37 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $14,175 to counsel 63 families in their home purchase. The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $486 to make 1 home wheelchair accessible. Emergency Repair provided $57,769 in home repair assistance for 9 elderly households. Lenders received Community Investment Tax Credits on $400,000 in below market loans or contributions made to eligible non-profit agencies to assist in creating or preserving 4 units of affordable housing.1

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Project-based5 Rental Assistance helped 1,238 households with $5 million in rent subsidies.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $135,376 to non-profits serving Sullivan County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

cipient

New Start Re

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $592,609 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 6 homes, thus far.

Norma Brown

- New Start

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $550,686 to non-profits that serve Sullivan County to provide temporary housing services to 378 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless. Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $932,163 to support 82 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments.

93


Sullivan County Continued

THDA awarded $3.7 million from the Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) to provide funding assistance for 293 affordable rental housing units that received a Low-Income Housing Tax Credit allocation and need additional equity.

Helen Bunting

- New Start

Sullivan County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

44

$4 M

1,950

$82.2 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

1,095

$70 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

135

$2.5 M

Multi-Family Bond Authority,7 1993

--

--

481

$19.3 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

4

$400,000

13

$1.1 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

1

$60,227

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

10

$58,255

82

$808,615

37

$8,250

67

$14,550

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(tax exempt bond authority delegated to local issuers)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

94

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Sumner County Bobbie Elio

tt - Emerge

Homeownership and Maintenance

ncy Repair

Program

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 874 households with $4.3 million in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $2.3 million in the form of vouchers aided 388 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $2 million helped 486 families pay an affordable rent.

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 99 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $11.9 million. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 10 new homeowners with $41,927 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $63,405 to non-profits serving Sumner County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $15,450 to non-profits to assist 40 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $32,175 to counsel 143 families in their home purchase.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

HOME awarded $750,000 to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to provide rehabilitation and homeownership services to 18 households.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $365,426 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 6 homes, thus far.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $3,763 to make 6 homes wheelchair accessible. Emergency Repair provided $31,997 in home repair assistance for 4 elderly households.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $942,645 to non-profits that serve Sumner County to provide temporary housing services to 601 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Low Income Housing Tax Credits in the amount of $8.2 million were allocated to create an additional 176 rental units.2,3 Multifamily Bond Authority used $6.2 million to create and renovate 128 rental apartments.

Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $1.3 million to support 48 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments.

Sumner County – Program Totals

2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

99

$11.9 M

2,905

$208.9 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

176

$8.2 M

1,086

$45 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

18

$750,000

178

$4.3 M

Multi-Family Bond Authority,7 1993

128

$6.2 M

296

$16.2 M

29

$1.3 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

10

$35,760

35

$80,275

40

$15,450

233

$54,330

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(tax exempt bond authority delegated to local issuers)

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

95

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Tipton County Eugenia Curri

Homeownership and Maintenance

e Family - Ho

• Tenant-

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 13 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $1.3 million. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 2 new homeowners with $5,177 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

using Trust Fu

nd/Habitat

based4 assistance of $2.3 million in the form of vouchers aided 408 households. Project-based5 assistance of $1.3 million helped 284 families pay an affordable rent.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Tipton County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $4,650 to non-profits to assist 13 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $4,050 to counsel 18 families in their home purchase.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

HOME awarded $410,166 to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to provide rehabilitation and homeownership services to 12 households.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $149,253 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $6,958 additional repair dollars for 2 families. Emergency Repair provided $65,794 in home repair assistance for 11 elderly households.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $778,196 to non-profits that serve Tipton County to provide temporary housing services to 212 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 692 households with $3.6 million in rent subsidies. Of this:

Tipton County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

13

$1.3 M

1,219

$69.8 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

412

$14.1 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

12

$410,166

107

$3.8 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

13

$72,752

49

$329,954

13

$4,650

52

$10,770

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

96

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Trousdale County Homeownership and Maintenance

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 1 homeowner, with a mortgage totaling $89,667.

Economic Recovery Programs

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $300 to a non-profit to assist 1 homeowner in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $675 to counsel 3 families in their home purchase.

6

Non-profits and local governments used $21,188 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 1 home, thus far.

Rental Development and Assistance

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $942,645 to non-profits that serve Trousdale County to provide temporary housing services to 601 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Section 8 Tenant-based4 Rental Assistance helped 19 households with $68,793 in rent subsidies.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,285 to non-profits serving Trousdale County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

Trousdale County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

1

$89,667

52

$3.6 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

33

$504,170

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

54

$2.2 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

--

--

7

$15,749

1

$300

10

$3,150

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

97

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Unicoi County Pamela Dunc

an - HOME Pr

Homeownership and Maintenance

Rental Development and Assistance

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 4 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $426,059.

Linda Bailey -

m

HOME Progra

ogram

Section 8 Project-based5 Rental Assistance helped 99 households with $253,346 in rent subsidies.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $1,200 to non-profits to assist 4 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $900 to counsel 4 families in their home purchase.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Unicoi County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Economic Recovery Programs

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $550,686 to non-profits that serve Unicoi County to provide temporary housing services to 378 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Emergency Repair provided $9,728 in home repair assistance for 2 elderly households.

Unicoi County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

4

$426,059

130

$5.8 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

64

$4.1 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

119

$3.9 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

--

$7,813

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

2

$9,728

8

$28,300

4

$1,200

12

$1,200

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

98

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Union County Homeownership and Maintenance

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 2 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $168,189.

Emma Grigsby -

ir Program

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $750 to non-profits to assist 3 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $675 to counsel 3 families in their home purchase. ez Chesney William and In am gr Po Repair

Emergency Repa

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Union County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters. BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11 Lenders received Community Investment Tax Credits on $3,438 in below market loans or contributions made to eligible non-profit agencies to assist in preventing homelessness by creating or preserving 9 units of affordable housing.1

Emergency

Economic Recovery Programs

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Emergency Repair provided $1,140 in home repair assistance for 1 elderly household.

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $705,780 to non-profits that serve Union County to provide temporary housing services to 332 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Tenant-based4 Rental Assistance helped 28 households with $101,617 in rent subsidies.

Union County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

2

$168,189

214

$12.7 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

182

$5.8 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

132

$3.2 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

9

$3,438

9

$3,438

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

1

$1,140

17

$59,348

3

$750

9

$1,650

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

99

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Van Buren County Homeownership and Maintenance

Maude C BUILD hristian Emergen cy Repa provided ir Progra m $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 1 homeowner, with a mortgage totaling $109,183. The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $450 to a non-profit to assist 1 homeowner in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $576,309 to non-profits that serve Van Buren County to provide temporary housing services to 287 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Project-based5 Rental Assistance helped 32 households with $125,078 in rent subsidies.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Van Buren County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

Van Buren County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

1

$109,183

16

$898,056

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

37

$1.3 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

--

--

10

$44,083

1

$450

5

$1,710

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

100

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Warren County David Barnes

- HOME Pr

ogram BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Homeownership and Maintenance

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $1,350 to non-profits to assist 3 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided an area agency $225 to counsel 1 family in their home purchase.10

Economic Recovery Programs

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $489 to make 1 home wheelchair accessible. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $7,500 additional repair dollars for 1 family. Emergency Repair provided $10,368 in home repair assistance for 1 elderly household.

6

Non-profits and local governments used $371,378 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 7 homes, thus far. The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $576,309 to non-profits that serve Warren County to provide temporary housing services to 287 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 313 households with $1.1 million in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $64,640 in the form of vouchers aided 31 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $1 million helped 282 families pay an affordable rent.

Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $2.5 million to support 50 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments. THDA awarded $1.2 million from the Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) to provide funding assistance for 100 affordable rental housing units that received a Low-Income Housing Tax Credit allocation and need additional equity.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $54,286 to non-profits serving Warren County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

Warren County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

--

--

226

$11.2 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

376

$18.1 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

81

$2 M

Multi-Family Bond Authority,7 1993

--

--

100

$3.2 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

8

$18,356

18

$113,306

3

$1,350

16

$3,870

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(tax exempt bond authority delegated to local issuers)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

101

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Washington County Homeownership and Maintenance

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 33 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $3.2 million.

Pat Chambers

- HOME Prog

ram

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $6,000 to non-profits to assist 24 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $10,800 to counsel 48 families in their home purchase. The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $7,941 additional repair dollars for 2 families. Emergency Repair provided $18,145 in home repair assistance for 5 elderly households. Lenders received Community Investment Tax Credits on $100,000 in below market loans or contributions made to eligible non-profit agencies to assist in creating or preserving 1 unit of affordable housing.1

Rental Development and Assistance

The Housing Trust Fund’s Competitive Round awarded non-profits, local communities, and regional organizations $101,885 to provide 8 additional affordable rental units. Section 8 Project-based5 Rental Assistance helped 1,088 households with $3.4 million in rent subsidies.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $243,319 to non-profits serving Washington County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

Alice Leonard

- HOME/New

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Start

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $552,446 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 6 homes, thus far. The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $550,686 to non-profits that serve Washington County to provide temporary housing services to 378 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

102


Lucille Weave

r - Emergenc

Washington County – Program Totals

y Repair Prog

ram

2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

33

$3.2 M

1,526

$77.6 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

852

$39.2 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

181

$3.9 M

Multi-Family Bond Authority,7 1993

--

--

102

$3 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

1

$100,000

13

$748,285

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

14

$337,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

15

$127,971

59

$766,200

24

$6,000

86

$21,840

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(tax exempt bond authority delegated to local issuers)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

103

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Wayne County Homeownership and Maintenance

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $1,950 additional repair dollars for 1 family.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $25,286 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Tenant-based4 Rental Assistance helped 23 households with $21,027 in rent subsidies.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $942,645 to non-profits that serve Wayne County to provide temporary housing services to 601 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,285 to non-profits serving Wayne County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

Wayne County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

--

--

35

$1.3 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

136

$1.8 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

64

$2.3 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

1

$1,950

7

$13,461

--

--

1

--

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

104

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Weakley County Homeownership and Maintenance

Section 8 Rental Assistance Sam and Stephan ie Richardson - HO helped 65 ME Program households with $194,906 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $66,359 in the form of vouchers aided 26 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $128,547 helped 39 families pay an affordable rent.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $150 to a non-profit to assist 1 homeowner in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided an area agency $225 to counsel 1 family in their home purchase. HOME awarded $350,535 to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to provide rehabilitation and homeownership services to 10 households. The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $607 to make 1 home wheelchair accessible. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $16,706 additional repair dollars for 3 families. Emergency Repair provided $18,509 in home repair assistance for 3 elderly households.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving Weakley County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Rental Development and Assistance

The Housing Trust Fund’s Competitive Round awarded non-profits, local communities, and regional organizations $67,500 to provide 3 additional affordable rental units.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $778,196 to non-profits that serve Weakley County to provide temporary housing services to 212 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

$500,000 in HOME funds were allocated to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to develop 6 rental housing units.

Weakley County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

(tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds)

--

--

247

$11.3 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987 (Federal tax expenditures)

--

--

350

$22 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009 (Federal grant funds)

16

$850,535

69

$2.7 M

Multi-Family Bond Authority,7 1993

(tax exempt bond authority delegated to local issuers)

--

--

10

$258,042

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

10

$252,041

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Trust Fund, 2007

10

$103,322

42

$307,309

1

$150

2

$330

Program, Date Program Started

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

105

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


White County Nelda Joyce Dib

Homeownership and Maintenance

rell - HOME Progra

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 10 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $833,273.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

m

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $14,286 to non-profits serving White County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $900 to non-profits to assist 2 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $1,575 to counsel 7 families in their home purchase.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

HOME awarded $68,750 to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to provide rehabilitation and homeownership services to 2 households.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $308,055 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 3 homes, thus far.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $514 to make 1 home wheelchair accessible. Rural Housing Repair supplemented USDA’s rural repair program, providing $3,000 additional repair dollars for 1 family. Emergency Repair provided $22,000 in home repair assistance for 2 elderly households.

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $576,309 to non-profits that serve White County to provide temporary housing services to 287 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 98 households with $344,492 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $91,130 in the form of vouchers aided 33 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $253,362 helped 65 families pay an affordable rent.

THDA awarded $1.4 million from the Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) to provide funding assistance for 48 affordable rental housing units that received a Low-Income Housing Tax Credit allocation and need additional equity.

White County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

10

$833,273

258

$12.7 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

48

$6 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

2

$68,750

52

$1.8 M

Multi-Family Bond Authority,7 1993

(tax exempt bond authority delegated to local issuers)

--

--

50

$800,000

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

4

$25,514

13

$61,100

2

$900

9

$2,160

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

106

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Williamson County Homeownership and Maintenance

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 44 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $6.1 million. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 5 new homeowners with $26,130 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

Pat Milwoo

d - RAMPS

Program

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $31,800 to non-profits to assist 84 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyer Education Program provided area agencies $11,700 to counsel 52 families in their home purchase. The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $397 to make 1 home wheelchair accessible. Emergency Repair provided $17,206 in home repair assistance for 2 elderly households. Lenders received Community Investment Tax Credits on $252,800 in below market loans or contributions made to eligible non-profit agencies to assist in creating or preserving 2 units of affordable housing.1

Rental Development and Assistance

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 74 households with $275,887 in rent subsidies. Of this: • Tenant-based4 assistance of $115,085 in the form of vouchers aided 25 households. • Project-based5 assistance of $160,802 helped 49 families pay an affordable rent. y Repair Program

Jean Kroger - Emergenc

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $48,318 to non-profits serving Williamson County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

Economic Recovery Programs

6

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $942,645 to non-profits that serve Williamson County to provide temporary housing services to 601 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless. Through the Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program THDA awarded $2.1 million to support 88 rental units in eligible affordable rental housing developments. Frances Burns - HOME Program

107


Williamson County Continued

Alla and Oleg

Williamson County – Program Totals

Tsykhmeister

- Housing Trus

t Fund/Habita

t

2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

44

$6.1 M

652

$54.1 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987

--

--

252

$14.5 M

HOME,9 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009

--

--

92

$3.5 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

2

$252,800

131

$10.7 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

13

$337,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

3

$17,603

30

$129,611

84

$31,800

342

$81,120

Program, Date Program Started (tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds) (Federal tax expenditures) (Federal grant funds)

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

ME Program

amore - HO

Peggy McL

108

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


Wilson County • Tenant-based4

Homeownership and Maintenance

The Homeownership program (Great Start, Great Advantage, Great Rate, and New Start loans) created 74 homeowners, with mortgages totaling $9.7 million. THDA’s Stimulus Second Mortgage Program helped 12 new homeowners with $53,542 in down payment and closing cost assistance.10

Rosie Dye Ha assistance of sting - HOME Program $1.2 million in the form of vouchers aided 264 households. Project-based5 assistance of $685,528 helped 155 families pay an affordable rent.

Homelessness Assistance and Prevention

The Foreclosure Prevention Program provided $9,600 to non-profits to assist 26 homeowners in preventing foreclosure and mitigating the impact of foreclosure. The Homebuyers Education Program provided area agencies $22,275 to counsel 99 families in their home purchase.

The Emergency Shelter Grant Program awarded $63,405 to non-profits serving Wilson County to help area homeless and domestic violence shelters.

BUILD provided $37,500 in low interest, short-term loans to eligible non-profits to provide homelessness assistance and prevention services.11

HOME awarded $500,000 to local governments and not-for-profit organizations to provide rehabilitation and homeownership services to 6 households.

Economic Recovery Programs

6

Non-profits and local governments used $149,106 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to purchase foreclosed properties for new construction, renovation and demolition; this stabilized neighborhoods and produced 1 home, thus far.

The THDA Housing Trust Fund funded several affordable housing programs. RAMPS provided $2,083 to make 3 homes wheelchair accessible. Emergency Repair provided $9,725 in home repair assistance for 1 elderly household.

Rental Development and Assistance

The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) awarded $576,309 to non-profits that serve Wilson County to provide temporary housing services to 287 households who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Section 8 Rental Assistance helped 419 households with $1.9 million in rent subsidies. Of this:

Wilson County – Program Totals 2010 Units

2010 Dollars

Homeownership, 1974

(tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds)

74

$9.7 M

1,300

$108.6 M

Low Income Housing Tax Credit,3, 7 1987 (Federal tax expenditures)

--

--

797

$39 M

HOME, 1992; ADDI, 2004-2009 (Federal grant funds)

6

$500,000

159

$4.9 M

Multi-Family Bond Authority,7 1993

(tax exempt bond authority delegated to local issuers)

--

--

245

$12.5 M

Community Investment Tax Credit, 2005

--

--

130

$8.4 M

BUILD Program, 2006

--

$37,500

--

$37,500

THDA Housing Trust Fund, 2007

4

$11,808

24

$58,928

26

$9,600

158

$36,180

Program, Date Program Started

9

(Rural Housing Repair, Competitive Round, RAMPS, Emergency Repair)

Foreclosure Prevention,8 2008 KEY: Federal Program State Program

109

Cumulative Cumulative Units Dollars


US Congressional District 1

Dollars

Units

Homeownership Mortgage Program

$15.6 M

165

Stimulus Second Mortgage Program

$33,269

9

Foreclosure Prevention Program

$43,800

174

Homebuyers Education Program

$47,700

212

HOME Total

$3.7 M

86

$2.8 M

71

$907,991

15

$37,500

--

$613,752

42

Homeownership

$600,000

6

Homelessness Prevention

$13,752

36

Homeownership Rental BUILD Homelessness Prevention Community Investment Tax Credits Total

1

Section 8 Rental Assistance Total

$15.1 M

4,306

4

Tenant-based

$345,481

96

5

Project-based

$14.7 M

4,210

$378,735

--

THDA Housing Trust Fund

Dollars

Units

Housing Trust Fund Total

$516,811

80

$194,885

10

Homeownership

$93,000

2

Rental

$101,885

8

$1,277

2

Rural Housing Repair

$104,596

24

Emergency Repair

$216,052

44

Economic Recovery Programs

Dollars

Units

Neighborhood Stabilization Program

$2.2 M

26

Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP)

$1.3 M

710

Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program

$10.9 M

232

Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP)

$5.2 M

341

Emergency Shelter Grant Program

Housing Trust Fund Competitive Round Total

RAMPS

110


US Congressional District 2

Dollars

Units

Homeownership Mortgage Program

$30.6 M

304

Stimulus Second Mortgage Program

$184,849

47

Foreclosure Prevention Program

$26,550

95

Homebuyers Education Program

$91,575

407

HOME Total

$2.3 M

70

$1.5 M

55

$787,365

15

$112,500

--

$3.3 M

156

$2 M

37

$1.3 M

72

$17,954

47

Low Income Housing Tax Credits

$12.8 M

172

Section 8 Rental Assistance Total

Homeownership Rental BUILD Homelessness Prevention Community Investment Tax Credits Total

1

Homeownership Rental Homelessness Prevention 2,3

$24.7 M

5,712

4

Tenant-based

$2.3 M

495

5

Project-based

$22.5 M

5,217

Emergency Shelter Grant Program

$141,240

--

THDA Housing Trust Fund

Dollars

Units

Housing Trust Fund Total

$276,625

97

$200,000

57

RAMPS

$13,391

17

Rural Housing Repair

$32,527

14

Emergency Repair

$30,707

9

Economic Recovery Programs

Dollars

Units

Neighborhood Stabilization Program

$2 M

27

Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP)

$1.6 M

785

Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program

$29.4 M

596

Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP)

$4.2 M

153

Housing Trust Fund Competitive Round Rental

111


US Congressional District 3

Dollars

Units

Homeownership Mortgage Program

$24.5 M

273

Stimulus Second Mortgage Program

$226,038

66

Foreclosure Prevention Program

$87,900

249

Homebuyers Education Program

$67,375

301

HOME Total

$1.4 M

29

Homeownership

$977,771

23

Rental

$450,000

6

$112,500

--

$639,482

69

$620,000

18

$19,482

51

Low Income Housing Tax Credits

$7.4 M

64

Section 8 Rental Assistance Total

BUILD Homelessness Prevention Community Investment Tax Credits Total

1

Homeownership Homelessness Prevention 2,3

$13 M

3,695

4

Tenant-based

$1.1 M

286

5

Project-based

$11.8 M

3,409

$380,319

--

THDA Housing Trust Fund

Dollars

Units

Housing Trust Fund Total

$457,007

116

$125,232

2

RAMPS

$34,355

44

Rural Housing Repair

$99,598

20

Emergency Repair

$197,822

50

Economic Recovery Programs

Dollars

Units

Neighborhood Stabilization Program

$1.9 M

30

Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP)

$1.9 M

897

$4 M

172

Emergency Shelter Grant Program

Housing Trust Fund Competitive Round Rental

Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program

112


US Congressional District 4

Dollars

Units

Homeownership Mortgage Program

$21.2 M

210

Stimulus Second Mortgage Program

$125,242

32

Foreclosure Prevention Program

$61,500

166

Homebuyers Education Program

$49,375

220

HOME Total

$4.8 M

154

$4.4 M

150

$380,000

4

$150,000

--

$253,182

3

$252,800

2

$382

1

Low Income Housing Tax Credits

$24.2 M

184

Section 8 Rental Assistance Total

Homeownership Rental BUILD Homelessness Prevention Community Investment Tax Credits Total

1

Homeownership Homelessness Prevention 2,3

$15.2 M

4,165

4

Tenant-based

$4 M

1,134

5

Project-based

$11.2 M

3,031

$506,174

--

THDA Housing Trust Fund

Dollars

Units

Housing Trust Fund Total

$695,916

136

$86,873

3

RAMPS

$14,870

20

Rural Housing Repair

$198,568

41

Emergency Repair

$395,606

71

Economic Recovery Programs

Dollars

Units

Neighborhood Stabilization Program

$2.9 M

45

Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP)

$2.8 M

1,498

Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program

$26.9 M

529

Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP)

$2.7 M

148

Emergency Shelter Grant Program

Housing Trust Fund Competitive Round Homeownership

113


US Congressional District 5

Dollars

Units

Homeownership Mortgage Program

$77.9 M

650

Stimulus Second Mortgage Program

$482,905

115

Foreclosure Prevention Program

$190,350

477

Homebuyers Education Program

$188,300

838

HOME Homeownership

$500,000

6

$75,000

--

$6.4 M

318

$2.4 M

100

$4 M

218

Low Income Housing Tax Credits

$7.1 M

60

Section 8 Rental Assistance Total

BUILD Homelessness Prevention Community Investment Tax Credits Total

1

Homeownership Rental 2,3

$32 M

6,574

4

Tenant-based

$2.3 M

447

5

Project-based

$29.7 M

6,127

$28,572

--

Dollars

Units

$1.8 M

151

$1.7 M

99

$225,000

8

$1.5 M

91

RAMPS

$22,076

34

Emergency Repair

$117,227

18

Economic Recovery Programs

Dollars

Units

Neighborhood Stabilization Program

$3.4 M

149

Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP)

$2.1 M

992

Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program

$24.6 M

458

Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP)

$13.3 M

1,261

Emergency Shelter Grant Program

THDA Housing Trust Fund Housing Trust Fund Total Housing Trust Fund Competitive Round Total Homeownership Rental

114


US Congressional District 6

Dollars

Units

Homeownership Mortgage Program

$68.8 M

594

Stimulus Second Mortgage Program

$395,935

93

Foreclosure Prevention Program

$107,400

280

Homebuyers Education Program

$179,550

800

$2.8 M

74

$150,000

--

$30,178

79

Low Income Housing Tax Credits

$8.2 M

176

Multifamily Bond Authority

$6.2 M

128

Section 8 Rental Assistance Total

$19.2 M

4,416

Tenant-based4

$8.6 M

1,843

Project-based

$10.6 M

2,573

$465,714

--

THDA Housing Trust Fund

Dollars

Units

Housing Trust Fund Total

$361,980

100

$39,297

36

RAMPS

$13,321

23

Rural Housing Repair

$19,934

9

Emergency Repair

$268,025

32

Economic Recovery Programs

Dollars

Units

Neighborhood Stabilization Program

$2.6 M

43

Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP)

$1.7 M

1,027

Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program

$26.2 M

545

HOME Homeownership BUILD Homelessness Prevention Community Investment Tax Credits Homelessness Prevention 2,3

7

5

Emergency Shelter Grant Program

1

Housing Trust Fund Competitive Round Rental

115


US Congressional District 7

Dollars

Units

Homeownership Mortgage Program

$120.8 M

1,104

Stimulus Second Mortgage Program

$657,993

163

Foreclosure Prevention Program

$469,200

1,235

Homebuyers Education Program

$311,600

1,386

$1.3 M

31

$150,000

--

$75,000

--

$75,000

--

$6.6 M

320

$2.6 M

102

$4 M

218

Low Income Housing Tax Credits

$17.8 M

177

Section 8 Rental Assistance Total

HOME Homeownership BUILD Total Homeownership Homelessness Prevention Community Investment Tax Credits Total

1

Homeownership Rental 2,3

$76.8 M

16,181

4

Tenant-based

$9.4 M

1,781

5

Project-based

$67.5 M

14,400

$463,886

--

Dollars

Units

$2.4 M

246

$2 M

142

$241,275

9

$1.8 M

133

RAMPS

$21,267

33

Rural Housing Repair

$42,565

14

Emergency Repair

$348,091

57

Economic Recovery Programs

Dollars

Units

Neighborhood Stabilization Program

$12.7 M

279

Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP)

$3.2 M

1,410

Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program

$60.9 M

1,032

Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP)

$19.2 M

1,725

Emergency Shelter Grant Program

THDA Housing Trust Fund Housing Trust Fund Total Housing Trust Fund Competitive Round Homeownership Rental

116


US Congressional District 8

Dollars

Units

Homeownership Mortgage Program

$51.9 M

554

Stimulus Second Mortgage Program

$207,935

57

Foreclosure Prevention Program

$261,900

721

Homebuyers Education Program

$152,550

678

$2.9 M

71

$2 M

59

$903,038

12

$150,000

--

Homeownership

$75,000

--

Homelessness Prevention

$75,000

--

Low Income Housing Tax Credits2,3

$14.8 M

129

Section 8 Rental Assistance Total

HOME Total Homeownership Rental Build Total

$59.9 M

13,275

4

Tenant-based

$13.1 M

2,702

5

Project-based

$46.9 M

10,573

$938,889

--

Dollars

Units

$1.2 M

177

$615,194

53

Homeownership

$218,923

8

Rental

$396,270

45

RAMPS

$16,965

26

Rural Housing Repair

$167,974

35

Emergency Repair

$422,651

63

Economic Recovery Programs

Dollars

Units

Neighborhood Stabilization Program

$12.4 M

166

Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP)

$2.6 M

1,306

Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program

$43.1 M

671

$5 M

406

Emergency Shelter Grant Program

THDA Housing Trust Fund Housing Trust Fund Total Housing Trust Fund Competitive Round

Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP)

117


US Congressional District 9

Dollars

Units

Homeownership Mortgage Program

$34.5 M

363

Stimulus Second Mortgage Program

$136,418

37

Foreclosure Prevention Program

$241,200

655

Homebuyers Education Program

$101,475

451

Build Total

$112,500

--

$75,000

--

$37,500

--

Low Income Housing Tax Credits

$8.8 M

81

Section 8 Rental Assistance Total

$35.4 M

7,463

Tenant-based

$3.5 M

535

Project-based5

$31.9 M

6,928

$14,286

--

THDA Housing Trust Fund

Dollars

Units

Housing Trust Fund Total

$415,754

45

$281,845

28

Emergency Repair

$133,909

17

Economic Recovery Programs

Dollars

Units

Neighborhood Stabilization Program

$7.9 M

112

Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP)

$903,716

493

Section 1602 (Grants in Lieu of Tax Credits) Program

$31.6 M

359

Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP)

$3.9 M

363

Homeownership Homelessness Prevention 2,3

4

Emergency Shelter Grant Program

Housing Trust Fund Competitive Round Rental

118


Program Summary Endnotes

CITC dollars represent the amount of below market loans made that are eligible for CITC rather than the tax credit amount received. Previous year reports showed the tax credit amount instead of the loan amount. CITC county totals do not include data where the county served cannot be determined. This includes: 135 households who will receive downpayment assistance in Middle Tennessee and $100,000 in investment (loans) in East Tennessee. Neither the statewide nor the county totals include $300,000 in investments for operations.

1

Statewide, 128 units funded with LIHTC also received $6.23 million in Multi-Family Bond funding.

2

The dollars listed under LIHTC represent the total value of Tax Credits over ten years. In previous’ years program summaries Tax Credit dollar amounts were reported as an annualized figure rather than the full value of the 10 year Tax Credit allocation.

3

Section 8 units and amounts totaled are those leased by THDA. The numbers do not reflect urban counties and cities who administer their own Section 8 Tenant Based programs.

4

US Department of Housing and Urban Development contracts with THDA to administer 395 Section 8 Project Based Contracts. These figures also include 9 Section 8 Project Based properties that are part of the THDA portfolio. The figures reported reflect the total number of families served which, due to tenant mobility, may exceed the total number of units.

5

Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008 (HERA) and American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA).

6

Multi-family developments that receive funding through both the LIHTC and the Multi-Family Bond programs, have units counted in the totals for both programs.

7

The cumulative dollars for foreclosure prevention do not reflect dollars spent on the program in 2008.

8

HOME units and dollar amounts totaled are those administered by THDA. The numbers do not reflect funds that larger counties receive directly from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development.

9

The number of Homeownership Program loans includes the corresponding first mortgages for those Stimulus second Mortgage Program loans.

10

$300,000 in BUILD loans were made to eight organizations who operate the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program. Each organization received $37,500 to help run their programs. Because each organization serves multiple counties, the $37,500 granted to an organization shows up in each county served. Because of these funds show up more than once, county totals will not add up to the statewide total.

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Program Summary 2010