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(11-06-15) PN 480

RD Instruction 1940-L

Exhibit A

Attachment 2, Part III

Page 18
Housing And Community Facilities Programs FY 2015

Allocation in Actual Dollars

Rural Economic Area Partnership Zones Funds





STATE

502 Total

AMOUNT


502 VL EZ/EC/REAP AMOUNT

502 Low EZ/EC/REAP AMOUNT

504 Loan EZ/EC/REAP AMOUNT

504 Grant EZ/EC/REAP AMOUNT

ND

$250,000


$100,000

$150,000

$12,000

$10,000

NY

$250,000


$100,000

$150,000

$12,000

$10,000

VT

$250,000


$100,000

$150,000

$12,000

$10,000

REAP RESERVE

$837,977


$335,191

$502,786

$9,979

$12,500

TOTAL

$1,587,977



$635,191

$952,786

$45,979

$42,500

RD Instruction 1940-L

Exhibit A

Attachment 2, Part III

Page 19

Housing and Community Facilities Programs FY 2015

Allocation in Actual Dollars

Section 502 Guaranteed Refinance Loans (NonSubsidized)



STATE

STATE BASIC FORMULA FACTOR

FY 2015


ALLOCATION

Alabama

N/A

$0

Alaska

N/A

$0

Arizona

N/A

$0

Arkansas

N/A

$0

California

N/A

$0

Colorado

N/A

$0

Connecticut

N/A

$0

Delaware

N/A

$0

Florida

N/A

$0

Georgia

N/A

$0

Hawaii

N/A

$0

Idaho

N/A

$0

Illinois

N/A

$0

Indiana

N/A

$0

Iowa

N/A

$0

Kansas

N/A

$0

Kentucky

N/A

$0

Louisiana

N/A

$0

Maine

N/A

$0

Maryland

N/A

$0

Massachusetts

N/A

$0

Michigan

N/A

$0

Minnesota

N/A

$0

Mississippi

N/A

$0

Missouri

N/A

$0

Montana

N/A

$0

Nebraska

N/A

$0

Nevada

N/A

$0

New Hampshire

N/A

$0

New Jersey

N/A

$0

New Mexico

N/A

$0

New York

N/A

$0

North Carolina

N/A

$0

North Dakota

N/A

$0

Ohio

N/A

$0

Oklahoma

N/A

$0

Oregon

N/A

$0

Pennsylvania

N/A

$0

Puerto Rico

N/A

$0

Rhode Island

N/A

$0

South Carolina

N/A

$0

South Dakota

N/A

$0

Tennessee

N/A

$0

Texas

N/A

$0

Utah

N/A

$0

Vermont

N/A

$0

Virgin Islands

N/A

$0

Virginia

N/A

$0

Washington

N/A

$0

West Pac

N/A

$0

West Virginia

N/A

$0

Wisconsin

N/A

$0

Wyoming

N/A

$0

STATE TOTALS

 

$0

NATIONAL OFFICE RESERVE

480,000,000

TOTAL AVAILABLE

 

$480,000,000

(11-06-15) PN 480

RD Instruction 1940-L

Exhibit A

Attachment 2, Part III

Page 20


Housing In Underserved Counties and Colonias

100 Eligible Counties(Page 1 of 2)



FIPS

STATE

COUNTY

% Poverty Population

% Substd Housing

Combined Score

Rank

1063

Alabama

Greene County

34.04%

9.17%

0.4320

75

1105

Alabama

Perry County

35.48%

9.53%

0.4501

70

1131

Alabama

Wilcox County

39.89%

10.78%

0.5067

67

2050

Alaska

Bethel Census Area

20.33%

60.17%

0.8050

64

2070

Alaska

Dillingham Census Area

21.02%

32.07%

0.5309

65

2270

Alaska

Wade Hampton Census Area

26.21%

71.78%

0.9799

62

2290

Alaska

Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area

23.50%

59.82%

0.8332

63

4001

Arizona

Apache County

37.69%

44.18%

0.8187

30

4005

Arizona

Coconino County

20.39%

24.47%

0.4487

72

4017

Arizona

Navajo County

29.41%

25.44%

0.5485

49

4023

Arizona

Santa Cruz County

24.27%

16.13%

0.4041

87

8023

Colorado

Costilla County

26.70%

12.06%

0.3876

90

12049

Florida

Hardee County

23.34%

16.06%

0.3940

87

12051

Florida

Hendry County

23.08%

16.44%

0.3952

86

13141

Georgia

Hancock County

29.55%

9.59%

0.3914

88

13273

Georgia

Terrell County

28.45%

9.11%

0.3756

95

22065

Louisiana

Madison Parish

35.62%

9.25%

0.4487

71

28021

Mississippi

Claiborne County

32.27%

9.82%

0.4209

79

28051

Mississippi

Holmes County

40.84%

11.93%

0.5277

66

28053

Mississippi

Humphreys County

38.1%

12.1%

0.502

69

28055

Mississippi

Issaquena County

33.17%

14.84%

0.4801

58

28065

Mississippi

Jefferson Davis County

28.0%

9.2%

0.373

98

28103

Mississippi

Noxubee County

32.85%

10.30%

0.4315

76

28125

Mississippi

Sharkey County

37.31%

13.63%

0.5093

53

28133

Mississippi

Sunflower County

29.92%

12.82%

0.4274

77

28143

Mississippi

Tunica County

33.11%

9.38%

0.4249

78

30003

Montana

Big Horn County

28.82%

15.76%

0.4458

60

30005

Montana

Blaine County

27.9%

9.3%

0.372

100

30035

Montana

Glacier County

27.18%

11.15%

0.3833

93

31173

Nebraska

Thurston County

25.28%

13.14%

0.3842

91

35006

New Mexico

Cibola County

24.55%

15.22%

0.3977

85

35031

New Mexico

McKinley County

35.89%

37.08%

0.7297

37

35033

New Mexico

Mora County

25.10%

12.30%

0.3739

97

35043

New Mexico

Sandoval County

27.71%

22.56%

0.5027

68

35053

New Mexico

Socorro County

31.54%

9.28%

0.4082

81

38005

North Dakota

Benson County

27.59%

13.51%

0.4109

80

38079

North Dakota

Rolette County

30.72%

9.98%

0.4071

83

38085

North Dakota

Sioux County

37.41%

18.77%

0.5618

45

46007

South Dakota

Bennett County

38.06%

14.96%

0.5302

50

46017

South Dakota

Buffalo County

57.71%

20.37%

0.7809

34

46031

South Dakota

Corson County

39.34%

18.76%

0.5810

43

46041

South Dakota

Dewey County

33.45%

14.75%

0.4819

57

46071

South Dakota

Jackson County

35.71%

16.86%

0.5257

51

46095

South Dakota

Mellette County

34.65%

14.19%

0.4884

56

46113

South Dakota

Shannon County

51.60%

48.48%

1.0008

11

46121

South Dakota

Todd County

47.50%

23.37%

0.7087

40

46137

South Dakota

Ziebach County

49.80%

21.86%

0.7167

38

48047

Texas

Brooks County

39.90%

15.08%

0.5498

48

48061

Texas

Cameron County

32.26%

22.84%

0.5509

47

48107

Texas

Crosby County

27.67%

10.63%

0.3830

94

48127

Texas

Dimmit County

33.20%

17.70%

0.5090

54

48131

Texas

Duval County

26.83%

11.54%

0.3837

92

48137

Texas

Edwards County

31.75%

12.58%

0.4433

73

RD Instruction 1940-L

Exhibit A

Attachment 2, Part III

Page 21


Housing In Underserved Counties

100 Eligible Counties(Page 2 of 2)




FIPS

STATE

COUNTY

% Poverty Population

% Substd Housing

Combined Score

Rank

48163

Texas

Frio County

28.63%

15.45%

0.4409

61

48191

Texas

Hall County

26.3%

11.0%

0.372

99

48229

Texas

Hudspeth County

34.63%

16.40%

0.5102

52

48283

Texas

La Salle County

30.15%

17.25%

0.4740

59

48377

Texas

Presidio County

35.72%

14.99%

0.5072

55

48389

Texas

Reeves County

28.90%

11.77%

0.4067

84

48427

Texas

Starr County

50.78%

28.27%

0.7905

32

48463

Texas

Uvalde County

24.21%

14.58%

0.3879

89

48465

Texas

Val Verde County

23.22%

14.31%

0.3752

96

48479

Texas

Webb County

49.30%

53.83%

1.0313

10

48489

Texas

Willacy County

33.05%

22.63%

0.5568

46

48505

Texas

Zapata County

35.55%

21.47%

0.5702

44

48507

Texas

Zavala County

41.53%

29.74%

0.7126

39

49037

Utah

San Juan County

31.29%

32.23%

0.6352

42

55078

Wisconsin

Menominee County

28.54%

12.27%

0.4081

82

60020

American Samoa

Manu'a District

62.68%

70.32%

1.3299

3

60040

American Samoa

Swains Island

50.00%

133.33%

1.8333

1

60050

American Samoa

Western District

61.87%

72.40%

1.3427

2

69100

N.Marianas

Rota Municipality

29.37%

46.44%

0.7581

36

69110

N.Marianas

Saipan Municipality

35.37%

50.40%

0.8577

27

69120

N.Marianas

Tinian Municipality

34.60%

55.21%

0.8982

22

72001

Puerto Rico

Adjuntas Municipio

65.07%

32.87%

0.9795

13

72007

Puerto Rico

Aguas Buenas Municipio

57.89%

37.52%

0.9542

16

72011

Puerto Rico

Añasco Municipio

61.69%

27.24%

0.8894

24

72035

Puerto Rico

Cayey Municipio

61.49%

20.42%

0.8192

29

72039

Puerto Rico

Ciales Municipio

65.28%

38.73%

1.0401

8

72043

Puerto Rico

Coamo Municipio

56.14%

23.18%

0.7932

31

72045

Puerto Rico

Comerío Municipio

54.83%

36.34%

0.9117

19

72049

Puerto Rico

Culebra Municipio

38.59%

30.45%

0.6903

41

72059

Puerto Rico

Guayanilla Municipio

67.80%

28.64%

0.9644

15

72073

Puerto Rico

Jayuya Municipio

62.80%

28.81%

0.9161

18

72079

Puerto Rico

Lajas Municipio

54.53%

22.87%

0.7739

35

72081

Puerto Rico

Lares Municipio

72.53%

32.04%

1.0457

7

72083

Puerto Rico

Las Marías Municipio

68.44%

30.92%

0.9937

12

72093

Puerto Rico

Maricao Municipio

67.03%

36.89%

1.0391

9

72095

Puerto Rico

Maunabo Municipio

55.67%

32.99%

0.8866

25

72097

Puerto Rico

Mayagüez Municipio

48.65%

41.30%

0.8995

21

72107

Puerto Rico

Orocovis Municipio

75.00%

34.59%

1.0959

5

72109

Puerto Rico

Patillas Municipio

61.19%

35.53%

0.9672

14

72111

Puerto Rico

Peñuelas Municipio

56.08%

52.41%

1.0849

6

72113

Puerto Rico

Ponce Municipio

62.37%

27.63%

0.9000

20

72123

Puerto Rico

Salinas Municipio

56.52%

22.33%

0.7885

33

72131

Puerto Rico

San Sebastián Municipio

61.17%

32.71%

0.9388

17

72133

Puerto Rico

Santa Isabel Municipio

57.13%

27.44%

0.8457

28

72141

Puerto Rico

Utuado Municipio

62.68%

26.62%

0.8931

23

72147

Puerto Rico

Vieques Municipio

64.48%

22.40%

0.8688

26

72149

Puerto Rico

Villalba Municipio

73.35%

39.67%

1.1302

4

78030

Virgin Islands

St. Thomas Island

26.77%

16.49%

0.4326

74

(11-06-15) PN 480

RD Instruction 1940-L

Exhibit A

Attachment 2, Part III

Page 22

Housing in Underserved Counties



Pool Counties


FIPS

STATE

COUNTY

% Poverty

Population



% Substd Housing

Combined Score

Rank

53077

Washington

Yakima County

19.75%

17.41%

0.3715

101

16033

Idaho

Clark County

19.42%

16.71%

0.3613

102

13043

Georgia

Candler County

26.09%

9.54%

0.3562

103

48249

Texas

Jim Wells County

23.94%

11.34%

0.3528

104

48271

Texas

Kinney County

23.96%

10.91%

0.3487

105

12027

Florida

DeSoto County

22.69%

11.66%

0.3435

106

48153

Texas

Floyd County

21.54%

12.64%

0.3418

107

35003

New Mexico

Catron County

25.00%

9.05%

0.3405

108

48025

Texas

Bee County

23.78%

9.84%

0.3363

109

48117

Texas

Deaf Smith County

20.47%

13.15%

0.3362

110

28009

Mississippi

Benton County

23.27%

10.19%

0.3346

111

5101

Arkansas

Newton County

20.46%

12.97%

0.3343

112

48305

Texas

Lynn County

22.09%

10.97%

0.3305

113

48409

Texas

San Patricio County

21.24%

11.66%

0.3290

114

35035

New Mexico

Otero County

22.80%

9.91%

0.3271

115

48013

Texas

Atascosa County

20.13%

12.28%

0.3241

116

8109

Colorado

Saguache County

22.43%

9.73%

0.3216

117

22075

Louisiana

Plaquemines Parish

22.62%

9.51%

0.3213

118

48115

Texas

Dawson County

19.83%

11.57%

0.3140

119

48311

Texas

McMullen County

20.00%

11.05%

0.3105

120

13259

Georgia

Stewart County

21.87%

9.03%

0.3090

121

22037

Louisiana

East Feliciana Parish

21.48%

9.37%

0.3086

122

28123

Mississippi

Scott County

20.67%

9.87%

0.3054

123

53047

Washington

Okanogan County

21.11%

9.29%

0.3039

124

48063

Texas

Camp County

20.68%

9.39%

0.3008

125

6003

California

Alpine County

19.83%

9.78%

0.2962

126

48105

Texas

Crockett County

19.95%

9.48%

0.2943

127

48273

Texas

Kleberg County

19.56%

9.72%

0.2928

128

oOo


RD Instruction 1940-L

Exhibit B

Page 1


SECTION 515 NONPROFIT SET ASIDE (NPSA)
I. Objective: To provide eligible nonprofit entities with a reasonable opportunity to utilize Section 515 funds.
II. Background: The Cranston-Gonzalez National Affordable Housing Act of 1990 established the statutory authority for the Section 515 NPSA funds.
III. Eligible entities. Amounts set aside shall be available only for nonprofit entities in the State, which may not be wholly or partially owned or controlled by a for-profit entity. An eligible entity may include a partnership, including a limited partnership, that has as its general partner a nonprofit entity or the nonprofit entity's for-profit subsidiary which will be receiving low-income housing tax credits authorized under section 42 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986. For the purposes of this exhibit, a nonprofit entity is an organization that:
A. Will own an interest in a project to be financed under this section and will materially participate in the development and the operations of the project; and
B. Is a private organization that has nonprofit, tax exempt status under section 501(c)(3) or section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986; and
C. Has among its purposes the planning, development, or management of low-income housing or community development projects; and
D. Is not affiliated with or controlled by a for-profit organization; and
E. May be a consumer cooperative, Indian tribe, or tribal housing authority.
IV. Nondiscrimination. Rural Development reemphasizes the nondiscrimination in use and occupancy, and location requirements of 3560.104 of Subpart C of Part 3560 of this chapter.

(02-24-05) SPECIAL PN

RD Instruction 1940-L

Exhibit B

Page 2

V. Amount of Set Aside. See Attachment 1 of this exhibit (available in any Rural Development State Office):


A. Small State Allocation Set Aside (SSASA). The allocation for small States has been reserved and combined to form the SSASA, as shown in Attachment 1 of this exhibit (available in any Rural Development State Office). The definition of small State is included in Attachment 1 of this exhibit (available in any Rural Development State Office).
B. Large State Allocation Set Aside (LSASA). The allocation for large States has been reserved in the amounts shown in Attachment 1 of this exhibit (available in any Rural Development State Office). The definition of large State is included in Attachment 1 of this exhibit (available in any Rural Development State Office).
C. NPSA Rental Assistance (RA). NPSA RA has been reserved in the National Office as shown in Attachment 1 of this exhibit (available in any Rural Development State Office).
VI. Access to NPSA funds and RA. RA is available and may be requested, as needed, with eligible loan requests. NPSA funds and RA should be requested by the State Director using a format similar to Attachment 2 of this exhibit (available in any Rural Development State Office). Funds are available as follows:
A. SSASA: The SSASA is available to any SSASA State on a first-come-first-served basis until pooling. See Attachment 3 of this exhibit (available in any Rural Development State Office) for information regarding pooling.
B. LSASA: LSASA States may request LSASA funds up to the amount the State contributed to LSASA until pooling. See Attachment 3 of this exhibit (available in any Rural Development State Office) for information regarding pooling.
VII. General information on priority/processing of preapplications.
A. Preapplications/applications for assistance from eligible nonprofit entities under this subpart must continue to meet all loan making requirements of Subpart B of Part 3560 of this chapter.

RD Instruction 1940-L

Exhibit B

Page 3

B. A separate processing list will be maintained for NPSA loan requests.
C. The State Director may issue Form AD-622, "Notice of Preapplication Review Action," requesting a formal application to the highest ranking preapplication(s) from eligible nonprofit entities defined in paragraph III of this exhibit as follows:
1. LSASA. In LSASA States, AD-622s may not exceed 150 percent of the amount the State contributed to the LSASA. No single Form
AD-622 may exceed the amount of funds the State contributed to LSASA.
2. SSASA. In SSASA states, AD-622s should not exceed the greater of $750,000 or 150 percent of the amount the State contributed to the SSASA; except that the State Director in a SSASA State may request authorization to issue a Form AD-622, in an amount in excess of $750,000 if additional funds are necessary to finance an average-size proposal based upon average construction costs in the state. For example, if the average size proposal currently being funded in the state is 24 units, and the average construction cost in the state is $35,000 per unit, the state may request authorization to issue a Form AD-622 for $840,000. The State Director will submit such requests to the National Office including data reflecting average size/cost projects in the State. No single Form AD-622 may exceed the amount of funds the State may receive from the SSASA.
D. All AD-622s issued for proposals to be funded from NPSA will be subject to the availability of NPSA funds. Form AD-622 should contain the following or similar language: "This Form AD-622 is issued subject to the availability of Nonprofit Set Aside (NPSA) funds."
E. If a preapplication requesting NPSA funds has sufficient priority points to compete with non-NPSA loan requests based upon the District or State allocation (as applicable), the preapplication will be maintained on both the NPSA and non-NPSA rating/ranking lists.

(02-24-05) SPECIAL PN

RD Instruction 1940-L

Exhibit B

Page 4

F. Provisions for providing preference to loan requests from nonprofit organizations is contained in 7 CFR part 3560.56, Subpart B. Limited partnerships, with a nonprofit general partner, do not qualify for nonprofit preference.


VIII. Exception authority. The Administrator, or his/her designee, may, in individual cases, make an exception to any requirements of this exhibit which are not inconsistent with the authorizing statute, if he/she finds that application of such requirement would adversely affect the interest of the Government or adversely affect the intent of the authorizing statute and/or Rural Rental Housing program or result in an undue hardship by applying the requirement. The Administrator, or his/her designee, may exercise this authority upon the request of the State Director, Assistant Administrator for Housing, or Director of the Multi-Family Housing Processing Division. The request must be supported by information that demonstrates the adverse impact or effect on the program. The Administrator, or his/her designee, also reserves the right to change pooling dates, establish/change minimum and maximum fund usage from NPSA, or restrict participation in the set aside.

Attachments: Attachments 1, 2, and 3.



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