Moderate Income Housing
In Pittsburg, job growth is creating a need for more housing. KHRC and city officials have used the Moderate Income Housing Program to redevelop a city block that was once the site of an elementary school. MIH funding was used to relocate water and sewer lines and provide homebuyer assistance for the development of 10 single-family homes at an average cost of $166,750 each.
The Moderate Income Housing (MIH) program serves the needs of moderate-income households that typically don’t qualify for federal housing assistance. MIH grants and/or loans are awarded to cities and counties with populations fewer than 60,000 to develop single or multi-family properties for homeownership or rentals. Projects can be for new construction, rehabilitation, or conversion from another use.
Learn more about the MIH program.
Cities and counties with populations fewer than 60,000 are eligible for the Moderate Income Housing Program.
Projects in counties with populations fewer than 75,000 are eligible for the Kansas Housing Investor Tax Credit program.
State Housing Trust Fund, American Rescue Plan Act, and Kansas Housing Investor Tax Credit, administered by KHRC.
How To Apply
2023 Round 2 MIH, KHITC, and MIH-ARPA closed on Friday, June 2, 2023.
2023 Round 3 is expected to be due in October 2023.
Subscribe to our MIH email list above to be notified when the next Request for Proposals are released.
Any applicant intending to apply for resources must submit a Notice of Application by Friday, May 12, 2023 to ensure Procorem access by the application deadline.