WHITE MOUNTAIN APACHE HOUSING AUTHORITY #6 AND #8
White Mountain Apache Housing Authority #6
The White Mountain Apache Housing Authority (WMAHA) completed this 46-home, new construction and acquisition/rehabilitation development in 2015. The property was developed within the boundaries of the White Mountain Apache Reservation: 23 of the tribe’s existing homes were rehabilitated in Whiteriver, AZ, and 23 new homes were built in Fort Apache, AZ.
Half of the development’s 46 homes are three-bedroom homes and the remaining homes are two-bedroom homes. All homes include amenities such as low-flow water fixtures, energy-saving appliances and attached carports.
In addition to investor equity through the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (Housing Credit) program, WMAHA also received a $460,000 grant from the Federal Home Loan Bank’s Affordable Housing Program (AHP), which significantly reduced the tribe’s financial contribution to the development.
Travois Design & Construction Services provided architectural design services and a capital needs assessment for the development.
RBC Capital Markets is the investor for this property.
White Mountain Apache Housing Authority #8
The White Mountain Apache Housing Authority (WMAHA) is using its latest tax credit award to build 28 new homes, a playground and a sport court. The homes will be located in Hon-dah– a new area for WMAHA to develop on the Fort Apache Reservation. Amenities include low-flow water fixtures, energy-saving appliances and attached carports.
The project features four single-family floor plans created by Travois Design:
- Six homes will have two bedrooms and one bath
- 10 homes will have three bedroom and two baths
- 10 homes will have four bedrooms and two baths
- Two homes will have five bedrooms and two baths
Travois Design is the architect for the development and will monitor the construction phase.
Raymond James Tax Credit Funds is the investor for this property.