TAX CREDIT COMPLIANCE SERVICES

CAMBRIDGE HOUSING AUTHORITY

 
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
TAX CREDIT COMPLIANCE SERVICES

 

The Cambridge Housing Authority (CHA), as Owner and Managing Agent for its affiliate properties, is seeking competitive sealed proposals from qualified companies to provide Tax Credit Compliance Services.  The scope of services will include, but not be limited to, ensure income certifications for new move-ins and re-certs are done accurately and timely; deliver tax credits consistent with the amounts and timing that CHA has committed to investors.  Firm may be required to provide to tax credits for the HOME properties; rapid lease-up as possible to maximize tax credit and operating subsidy benefits; avoid errors in calculating tax credit eligibility and setting rents; coordinate multiple leasing and occupancy requirements including tax credit, Public Housing, and Section 8 eligibility and rent rules as well the requirements in the Relocation Agreements and the CHA’s own policies such as waiting list procedures; and build CHA’s capacity to successfully lease future tax credit projects and maintain tax credit compliance at existing projects.

 

Bids are subject to M.G. L. Chapter 30B.  The term of the contract will be for two years, with the option to renew for three additional one-year terms, at the sole discretion of the Cambridge Housing Authority.

 

The Request for Proposal for this project will be available on Monday, June 17, 2024, after 10:00 AM.  Bidders may obtain the RFP ELECTRONICALLY by contacting Rocky Ludger, Senior Purchasing Agent, at rludger@cambridge-housing.org

 

Proposals will be received ELECTRONICALLY until 02:00 PM on Thursday, July 11, 2024.  Vendors should e-mail their Qualifications Proposal to Rocky Ludger, rludger@cambridge-housing.org  and Cost Proposal SEPARATELY to Donna Gallant,  dgallant@cambridge-housing.org.  In the body of each e-mail, vendors should clearly identify the Qualifications Proposal or Cost Proposal with the name of the firm.

 

Pursuant to Chapter 30B §6 the contract will awarded to the most advantageous proposal from a responsive and responsible proposer taking into consideration price and non-price proposal.  The time of acceptance of the proposal by the Cambridge Housing Authority is 60 days from the date of the receipt.  Award of the contract is conditioned on approval by the Cambridge Housing Authority’s Board of Commissioners.   The contract is subject to appropriation of adequate funds, and may be cancelled in the event such funds are not available.  Please see RFP for additional information.

 

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