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Multi-Family Housing Programs

Rural Rental Housing - Loans are made to finance building construction and site development of multi-family living quarters for people with low, very low and moderate incomes. Some units are reserved for people aged 62 and over.

Farm Labor Housing -  Loans and Grants enable farmers, public or private nonprofit organizations, and units of State and local governments to build, buy, or repair farm labor housing in either dormitory or multifamily apartment style.

Housing Preservation Grants - Help low-income homeowners repair and rehabilitate their homes. Rental property owners can use them to repair and rehabilitate their units if they agree to make such units available to low-income families.

Guaranteed Rental Housing - Designed to increase the supply of affordable multi-family housing through partnerships between USDA Rural Development and major lending sources, as well as state and local finance agencies and bond issuers.

Rental Assistance - USDA Rural Development can help subsidize monthly mortgage and rental payments, limiting these costs to no more than 30 percent of the adjusted monthly income of the applicant.

USDA Rural Development Specialists will be glad to discuss services available from the Agency and explain application procedures.

Apartments for Rent

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Designated Places For Section 515 New Construction Applications (Washington State - Fiscal Year 2011)

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 Last modified: June 20, 2011

Architectural Requirements for Projects

 

The State Architect works in coordination with specific program staff, applicant development teams, owners, and other concerned parties to develop and service projects funded by USDA Rural Development. For additional information, or questions contact the USDA Rural Development Washington State Architect Agnieszka Kisza @ 360.704.7735, or email agnieszka.kisza@wa.usda.gov.

 

 
General Information for Architects (Multi-Family and Community Facilities Projects)
Community Facilities Construction Forms

 

ATTACHMENT TO AIA DOCUMENT A201-2007, General Conditions of the Contract for Construction

ATTACHMENT TO AIA DOCUMENT A101-2007, Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor

ATTACHMENT TO AIA DOCUMENT B101-2007, Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Architect

 

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For questions, please refer to the "Contact Us" page of this website to select the proper individual. Send comments about the format of this web site to: mailto:philip.eggman@wa.usda.gov
Section 508 Web Accessibility Statement

USDA Rural Development is an Equal Opportunity Lender, Provider and Employer.

Complaints of Discrimination should be sent to:

USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, Washington D.C. 20250-9410

EEO/CR Statement

 Last modified: June 08, 2011