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Lt. Governor Becky Skillman has announced 21 communities and community organizations will share $50 million to buy abandoned or foreclosed homes, demolish or redevelop vacant properties and help low- and moderate income homebuyers purchase property.
|Summary of Allocations (NSP1)||INDIANA|
|INDIANA STATE PROGRAM||$83,757,048|
On December 1, 2008, IHCDA finalized an amendment to it's Action Plan to include activities regarding the NSP. The changes that were proposed are included in the link below:
NEW - NSP3 NOTICE
“IHCDA has determined that NSP3 funding awarded to the agency as the balance of state allocation will be offered via a Request for Proposals to a restricted number of existing NSP awardees. In making this decision, IHCDA has considered that the allocation of funding was much smaller than for NSP1, and thus provided less scope for a wider competitive process. Additionally, with the new targeting requirement from HUD that requires a more focused approach, building on the back of NSP1 offered a better opportunity for demonstrating the levels of impact that HUD are expecting to see. Furthermore, with a tight timescale for the implementation of NSP3 (50% of all funding needs to be expended within 2 years) a state-wide Request for Proposals would have severely compromised the ability of potential awardees to meet the deadlines for expenditure. Accordingly, IHCDA will be hold a competitive allocations process that will allow only those non-entitlement communities who received NSP1 funding to seek NSP3 funding. Applications from these communities are due to be received by IHCDA on January 31st 2011.”