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Indiana Housing & Community Development Authority

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IHCDA Partners > Program Administrators > Rental Housing Tax Credits (RHTC) / Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) Rental Housing Tax Credits (RHTC) / Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP)

The Qualified Allocation Plan (QAP), details selection criteria and application requirements for the Rental Housing Tax Credit (RHTC), Multifamily Bonds and HOME funds in conjunction with RHTCs. It contains all deadlines, application fees, restrictions, standards and requirements.

The QAP is unique to the authoring state, but is built upon the basic requirements set by the Internal Revenue Code Section 42. If you are a developer interested in learning more about any of the above listed programs, please review the QAP documents listed below

RED Notices

Click here to access IHCDA RED Notices

Application Policy and Forms


    2014-2015 QAP
    2014-2015 QAP Redline Version
    2015 General Set Aside Letter of Intent
    2015 General Set Aside Information Summary

QAP 2014-2015 Forms

Click here to access the 2014-2015 QAP Forms

QAP 2014-2015 Schedules

Click here to access the 2014-2015 QAP Schedules - Updated 1/8/15

QAP 2014-2015 Appendices

Click here to access the 2014-2015 QAP Appendices - Appendix C Updated 9/18/14

Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP)

TCAP Application

TCAP Policies and Procedures

TCAP Summary of Terms

Other TCAP Documentation

Compliance Manual and Forms

Click here to access the Rental Housing Tax Credits Compliance Manual 

Click here to access IHCDA Online Compliance Reporting

Reference Materials

2014-2015 QAP FAQs -Updated 10/16/14

Exhibit A-2014A-C Cost per Square Foot

Click here to access Utility Allowances

2013 Asset Management Report

2013 Ongoing Rental Monitoring Report
FAQ - What is Section 42 Rental Housing?

Tenants Guide to Section 42 Rental Housing

Upcoming Trainings and Events

Click here to access information on upcoming trainings

Credit Percentages

Click here to view Credit Percentages

Applications and Awards

Click here to access applications and awards for all RHTC and Bond developments

Existing Rental Housing Tax Credit Properties


For more information about the Rental Housing Tax Credit Program, please contact Alan Rakowksi, Rental Housing Tax Credits Manager at 317-233-1220, or your Real Estate Production Analyst.  

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