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Notice of Public Comment Period-2020 CAPER

South Dakota Housing Development Authority (SDHDA), in partnership with the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED), is conducting a 15-day comment period to solicit comments regarding the 2020 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report.

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Notice of Public Meeting & Comment Period | Housing and Community Development | Homeowner Assistance Fund

Public Meeting Presentation

South Dakota Housing Development Authority (SDHDA), in partnership with the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED), is conducting a public meeting and comment period to solicit comments regarding the drafts of the Amended 2020-2021 HOME Program Allocation Plan, Amended 2020-2021 Housing Trust Fund Allocation Plan, Amended 2020-2021 Housing Tax Credit Qualified Allocation Plan and 2020 Consolidated Plan Annual Performance Report.

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Notice of Public Meeting - 2021 Annual Action Plan for Housing Development


PowerPoint Presentation

South Dakota Housing Development Authority (SDHDA), in partnership with the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED), will be hosting a public meeting on Feb. 12, 2021, to solicit comments prior to the drafting of the 2021 Annual Action Plan.

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Opportunity for Public Comment on Amended Annual Action Plan

NOTICE FOR PUBLIC COMMENT

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Opportunity for Public Comment on Housing and Community Development Accomplishments

The public is invited to review and provide comments regarding South Dakota’s 2019 Annual Performance Report (APR) prepared by South Dakota Housing Development Authority (SDHDA) and the Governor’s Office of Economic Development. The APR describes progress made towards meeting the goals outlined in South Dakota’s 2019 Annual Action Plan. The APR outlines the program funds utilized and outcomes produced such as the number of housing units completed. The APR addresses the HUD programs of Community Development Block Grant, Emergency Solutions Grants, Housing Trust Fund and HOME. In addition, SDHDA provides information regarding other housing programs such as the Housing Tax Credit, Housing Opportunity Fund and First-time Homebuyer programs. The reporting period for the APR is Jan. 1 through Dec. 31, 2019.

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4 Considerations When Adding on a Deck or Porch

Porches and decks are ingrained into American culture, and they’ve been a huge part of our pastimes. Decks bring up memories of the summertime and grilling. They’re a sociable home addition, not only offering a purpose, but also increasing your house’s outside appeal. Decks and porches can add a touch of personality to any front or backyard.

Consider these guidelines if you're planning to add a deck or porch to your home.

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8 Mistakes All Property Developers Should Avoid

Property development can be a rewarding avenue to bring more housing options to your community or region. Whether you have years of experience under your belt or you're just beginning, there are many common mistakes that can transpire when embarking on a project.

Here are eight such pitfalls that property developers may encounter.

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Why Housing Development in Rural Communities Matters

Much of the headlines when it comes to property development revolve around major projects in urban areas—cities with high growth rates and ample opportunities for profitable construction. However, there's an area of the country that needs just as much development attention—rural communities.

Here are some of the reasons property development is so important to rural America.

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Homeless to Homeowner: How Developing Affordable Housing Makes an Impact

Does your community need affordable housing? The fact is, no matter the population or the average earnings in your town or city, every community needs affordable housing. So when it comes to the most vulnerable and lowest-income among us, how can affordable housing make a true impact?

Here are some facts that prove the power of affordable housing development.

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South Dakota Housing Programs Developers Should Know About

Developing housing sometimes requires a little extra assistance, financially speaking. Luckily, there are many options open to developers looking to construct housing statewide—particularly for low-income households. From emergency solutions grants to tax credits, there are programs you should consider.

Here are five South Dakota Housing Development Authority (SDHDA) programs of which any developer here in our state should be aware.

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