Got A Project Need Funds The City May Have Money For You

Dated: January 28 2014

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The Portland Housing Bureau has $7.4 million in Opportunity Funds to support local developments that provide workforce housing in the city.The Portland Housing Bureau announced its 2014 round of grants Tuesday — technically its Notice of Financial Assistance process.The 2014 Affordable Rental Housing Opportunity Fund will provide loans to housing-oriented projects. To qualify, a project must dedicate at least 51 percent of its total units to low- to moderate-income households earning up to 80 percent of the area’s median family income, or $55,000 per year for a family of four. Read more...



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