Aquisition and Construction Support for Multifamily Housing

We provide loans for the construction or rehabilitation of affordable multifamily projects. This product is an excellent solution for a small project or as gap financing for a larger development.

TSAHC currently has approximately $2 million in funding to assist developers acquire and construct multifamily rental housing. 

Application Process

Developers interested in applying for funding must first schedule a virtual meeting with TSAHC prior to receiving application materials. Once TSAHC staff and the Developer have agreed that the proposed project fulfills TSAHC’s program guidelines, we will provide an electronic copy of the application materials via email. Developers should reference our Texas Housing Impact Fund Policy and Guidelines when completing the application.

To schedule a meeting for targeted Acquisition and Construction of Multifamily Housing, click here.

Developers are highly encouraged to review the policies and guidelines for the loan product type requested prior to the meeting with TSAHC staff. 

**PLEASE NOTE: Applications and other information submitted to TSAHC is subject to the Texas Public Information Act, Texas Government Code, Chapter 552, and may be subject to disclosure to the public.

Construction Loan Success Story

Vista Rita Blanca | Dalhart, Texas

The Vista Rita Blanca Apartments built by Guadalupe Economic Services Corporation include 28 units of rural affordable rental housing targeted to agricultural workers in Dalhart, Texas.  TSAHC provided a $356,125 construction loan for the project that was combined with $2,686,430 in funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to finance the development. Rents range from $637 to $781 per month for two to four bedroom units.

Diana Lopez, Executive Director of Guadalupe Economic Services Corporation, commented on the financing provided saying, “TSAHC’s financial commitment was the critical link in building the Rita Blanca project and creating safe and affordable housing for families who otherwise would not be able to find a suitable place to live."