Wyoming Affordable Housing Compliance Manual
The Wyoming Community Development Authority (WCDA) Compliance Department monitors multi-family projects that have been placed in service and are financed with tax-exempt bond, low income housing tax credits and the Home Investment Partnerships Act (HOME). This monitoring is done on the federally required schedule pertinent to each program. WCDA monitors tenant files for verified income qualification and properly restricted rents. WCDA also monitors the physical and financial condition of the entire project and will continually watch out for the health and safety of the tenants. Each on-site monitoring visit will be an in-depth review of all factors concerning a project.
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WCDA is required to monitor the physical condition of all HOME, LIHTC and Bond Financed properties to State or Local Habitability Codes or Uniform Physical Condition Standards (UPCS) whichever is most restrictive. Click here to download the UPCS Revised Dictionary of Deficiency Definitions.
Compliance resources can be found under the drop down menu to the left.
Due to a change in the last HOME Final Rule, published in July 2013, all projects with HOME funding must now certify to certain compliance issues on an annual basis. WCDA has created the following form in order to meet these requirements. The form may be filled out on-line but then it must be printed, signed by the Owner, dated and the Owner's signature must be notarized. The Original Form must be mailed to the Compliance Officer at WCDA. Click here to open the form HOME Annual Owner's Certification