Below you will find Competitive Affordable Housing Program instructions, forms, workbooks and other resources for administration of homeownership projects originated in the Headquarters Office prior year to 2015 and the Western Office prior to 2016. If you have any questions or require additional assistance with any of the materials provided below, please contact our Community Investment Department at 800.544.3452, ext. 1173.
Member and Sponsor Instructions
Refer to the instructions provided below for guidance on project administration and use of forms.
Subsidy Transfer Request Form
Submit a Transfer Request Form to FHLB Des Moines with each request for funds. The form must be signed by an authorized signer of the member financial institution supporting the competitive AHP project.
Monitoring Spreadsheets by Project Type
All households assisted in a competitive AHP project must be identified on an applicable project spreadsheet. The spreadsheet will also provide information about the household and competitive AHP assistance received, which is needed for project monitoring.
Feasibility Review Workbook
Workbooks are completed for AHP project monitoring for projects approved in 2014 and years prior. Refer to the instructions for examples of completed Workbooks.
Construction or Rehabilitation Cost Certification
Itemization and cost certification for construction or rehabilitation costs in development projects including new construction and acquisition-rehabilitation.
Income Guidelines, Limits and Calculation of Income
Refer to FHLB Des Moines Income Determination Guidelines for help in determining qualifying income sources for a household. Use the Calculation of Income Worksheet Instructions for help in calculating income and completing the Calculation of Income Worksheet. When determining income eligibility refer to the applicable income limits.
- Calculation of Income Worksheet (Excel)
- Calculation of Income Worksheet Instructions (PDF)
- Income Determination Guidelines (PDF)
- Income Limits (Opens in New Window)
Retention Agreement (Deed Restriction)
A legally enforceable deed restriction with a term of five years must be executed by each assisted household. The forms provided below are for use on fee simple land and on tribal trust land. Additional forms are available on request for mobile homes or for use with land trusts.
- Homeownership Project Retention Agreement (Word)
- Retention Agreement for Native American Tribal Trust Land (Word)
Important: FHLB Des Moines expresses no opinion and makes no representation as to the validity or enforceability of these retention documents in each state. Please consult an attorney to ensure this document meets the requirements for a deed restriction or other legally enforceable retention agreement or mechanism in the applicable state.