Qualified Allocation Plan

In 2020, our team embarked on a collaborative, thorough, and transparent process to revise our Qualified Allocation Plan (QAP), which guides how tax credits and housing resources are allocated across the state. The plan hadn’t been revised in some time and was long overdue for updates. Our goal in this process was two-fold: to ensure that our plan is consistent with KHRC’s Core Values and industry best practices, and to refine our housing development initiatives to better serve our stakeholders, housing partners, and communities. The revision process is now complete, and the 2021 QAP is now available below.

This process would not have been possible without the support and partnership of our housing partners and stakeholders. We offer our sincere thanks to each stakeholder who met with our team to discuss your experience with our housing development programs, who shared thoughtful feedback and suggestions throughout the revision process, who participated in our public meetings and hearings, and who carefully reviewed our drafts and offered insights. This process was a truly collaborative effort thanks to your active participation and engagement.

We welcome your feedback as we implement the new plan, and we look forward to collaborating with you as we continue to improve affordable housing development in the state of Kansas.

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Income Guidelines

Household Size Maximum Income for Weatherization (200% of FPL)
1  $  25,520
2  $  34,480
3  $  43,440
4  $  52,400
5  $  61,360
6  $  70,320
7  $  79,280
8  $  88,240
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