Property Managers

Property Managers

The Compliance and Asset Management (CAM) Group is responsible for monitoring all multifamily developments financed by the District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency (DCHFA). Each project in the portfolio is monitored by an Asset Manager, to ensure compliance with DCHFA Requirements, Regulatory Agreements, Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) regulations, and Federal Housing Administration (FHA)/ Housing and Urban Development (HUD) requirements.

Property managers are responsible for reporting all required documentation to their Asset Manager in order to ensure quality housing standards are preserved.

Don't know what to submit or how?

See all our policies for reporting, servicing, and compliance with the link below.

Looking to make a request?

Let us help guide you through changing management companies or adjusting rent.

Income / Rent Limits

Another important policy we have is our income/rent limits. Property Managers must ensure that they abide by these guidelines.

Need a Form?

If you want to see a complete list of all our forms, click the link below.

Don’t worry, we specify what each form is for and give a brief overview so that you know exactly what you need.

 Performance Assessment

Measuring project performance is an important part of DCHFA’s multifamily project review process. Every year DCHFA grades each multifamily project in performance, risk, and watch list rating.

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