2024-2025 Georgia QAP Factsheet

2024-2025 Georgia QAP Factsheet

Georgia is a national leader in green affordable housing policy and continues to require sustainable building certification requirements in their Qualified Allocation Plan. The new QAP is a two-year program, addressing applications in 2024 and 2025. Through careful design and construction details, green buildings promote safe, healthy, and efficient homes. Green building certification, which requires third-party verification, provides an added layer of quality assurance. The QAP sustainability standards are an important step in ensuring high quality, holistic affordable housing for low-income Georgia residents.

The 2024-2025 Georgia QAP has most of the same sustainability requirements as the 2024 version, which apply to both 4% bond deals and 9% credit projects.

This fact sheet breaks down the sustainability requirements in the 2024-2025 Georgia QAP, offers tips and tools for meeting them, and provides guidance on selecting the appropriate certification program for your Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) application.

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