Multi-Family Housing Preservation and
Revitalization (MPR) Loans and Grants
Multi-Family Housing Programs offer Rural Rental
Housing Loans to provide affordable multi-family
rental housing for very low-, low-, and
moderate-income families; the elderly; and
persons with disabilities. This is primarily a
direct mortgage program, but funds may also be
used to buy and improve land and to provide
necessary facilities such as water and waste
disposal systems. In addition, deep subsidy
rental assistance is available to eligible
families. The goal of the MPR program is to
restructure Rural Rental Housing loans and
Off-Farm Labor Housing loans and provide grants
to revitalize Multi-Family Housing projects in
extend the affordable use of these projects
without displacing tenants due to increased rents. Visit the following sites
for information and/or assistance:
For Information about Multi-Family Energy
2013 MPR NOFA
Notice of Funding Availability for Section 514, 515,
and 516 Multi-Family Housing Revitalization Demonstration
Program (MPR) for Fiscal Year 2011.
FY 2013 MPR
Electronic and Fillable Pre-application Form (Closed: 2/28/2013)
Pre-application forms may be accessed from this site
and submitted electronically. If you are not submitting
electronically, hard copy pre-applications and supporting
documents can be mailed to the attention of Cynthia Johnson,
Finance and Loan Analyst, Multi-Family Housing Preservation and
Direct Loan Division, STOP 0782 (Room 1263-S), U.S. Department
of Agriculture, Rural Housing Service, 1400 Independence Avenue,
SW., Washington DC 20250-0782.
2013 MPR Announcement
This is the letter sent to our borrowers announcing
the publication of the MPR NOFA.
Transfer and MPR Underwriting Template
RD developed this standardized underwriting template
for Agency underwriters and reviewers to document the terms of
proposed MFH transfers and MPR transactions. This tool is
used internally to analyze the transaction proposed by the
applicant and verify compliance with program requirements,
standards and principles. The functions use agency records
for analyzing the proposed project costs and operations in
conjunction with the information submitted by the applicant as
part of the formal application. Questions may be directed to the
RD Area Office servicing official for additional clarification
and more detailed explanation of Handbook and/or Program NOFA
Transfer Preliminary Analysis Tool
This tool allows applicants and
borrowers to preliminarily explore how their proposed transfer
transaction may be viewed by RD and suggest areas or issues that
will need to be more fully developed and explored with the RD
servicing official as the proposal is developed by the buyer,
seller and other funding entities. It is NOT a complete analysis
and is primarily intended to open up communications among all
parties to gain a better understanding of RD program
requirements and conditions that must be met during the formal
review and approval process.
MPR Preliminary Analysis Tool
This tool allows applicants to preliminarily explore
how their proposed MPR transaction may be impacted with the
tools that RD offers through the MPR NOFA, and to then suggest
areas or issues that need to be more fully developed and
explored as the proposal is developed under the NOFA.
Note: It is NOT a complete analysis tool.
New Construction Underwriting Template
This standardized underwriting Template was developed for Agency
underwriters and reviewers to document the terms of proposed New
Construction RRH and FLH transactions after selection under the
respective NOFAs. This tool is used internally to analyze the
transaction proposed by the applicant and verify compliance with
program requirements, standards and principles. The functions
use agency records for analyzing the proposed project costs and
operations in conjunction with the information submitted by the
applicant as part of the formal application. Questions may be
directed to the RD Area Office servicing official for additional
clarification and more detailed explanation of Handbook and/or
Program NOFA requirements.
Guidance on the CNA Process-2012 Unumbered Letter
This Unnumbered Letter provides guidance on the
Rural Development Capital Needs Assessment (CNA) process.
This guidance is comprised of nine main sections and has nine
Worksheet - Version 1.5d.xls
The 2008 Capital Needs Assessment for the Multi-Family
Housing Preservation and Revitalization Program.
The CNA Provider Directories are available by
contacting the State Architect for each state. Please
contact the state office for more information, or to submit the
CNA Provider Information Form for your company.
Rural Development Contacts
A list of each state's RD MPR Underwriters and CNA
Reviewers with their contact information.
Form SF 424
This is the standard form used by applicants for
pre-applications and applications submitted for Federal
Form SF 424-C
Form SF 424-D
Assurances Construction Programs.
For more information about these programs, or to file an application, contact the local
Rural Development office in your area.
For general information, please visit our
Frequently Asked Questions page.