Using AHP Funding

Using AHP Funding

Guidance and forms to help you request AHP funds

AHP Implementation Plans - Prior Years

Affordable Housing Program Implementation Plans from 2015-2021 are available here.

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AHP-FFD Repayment Form for Homeownership Projects

Affordable Housing Program/First Front Door program form to be completed when a homeowner is refinancing or selling their home.

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Bid Summary Certification

Effective April 1, 2021, projects with conditions related to Cost Reasonableness who wish to submit bids must complete and submit the Bid Summary to demonstrate the competitive bidding process. Only the Bid Summary Certification will be accepted; do not submit actual bids unless directly requested by FHLBank Pittsburgh.

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Cost Reasonableness Guidelines - Prior Years

Construction/rehabilitation cost reasonableness guidelines for the Affordable Housing Program.

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Direct Subsidy Agreement - Owner-Occupied Project

The tri-party agreement to be used for AHP homeownership projects. This needs to be executed by the sponsor, member and FHLBank Pittsburgh.

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Direct Subsidy Agreement - Rental Project

The tri-party agreement to be used for AHP rental projects. This needs to be executed by the sponsor, member and FHLBank Pittsburgh.

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Feasibility Workbooks - Prior Years

Required Excel financial feasibility workbook for requesting disbursements on all AHP projects.

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Homeowner Certification for Owner-Occupied Rehabilitation

Affordable Housing Program form that should be signed by the homeowner and sponsor after the rehab work is completed on the home.

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Homeownership Analysis Form

Affordable Housing Program form completed by all homeowner for-sale projects awarded prior to 2016 to determine the percentage of principal, interest, taxes and insurance (PITI) paid by the homeowner.

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Household Income Calculation Form

For projects awarded prior to 2019, this form must be completed for each household receiving Affordable Housing Program funds to accurately verify household income.

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