2019 State Bond Caps and Deadlines

Listed below are the scheduled deadlines for submitting tax-exempt bond applications and related information. We will continually update this list as new information becomes available. If you would like to correct or update the information listed below please e-mail [email protected].

State

2019 State Ceiling

Multifamily Allocation

2019 Application Deadlines

Alabama   
Alaska   
Arizona

 

 

 

Arkansas$311,449,295$31,544,930Application deadlines for tax-exempt bonds are accepted on a rolling basis. 

California

 

 

 

Colorado$597,000,000NAThe first of every month from March 1-Nov. 1, 2019
Connecticut   
Delaware

$78,000,000

$78,000,000

April 30, 2019

Florida

 

 

 

Georgia   
Hawaii

 

  
Idaho   
Illinois

 

 

 

Indiana

 

 

 
Iowa

$330,000,000

$50,000,000

Applications accepted on an ongoing basis.
Kansas

$227,375,000

NAOpen Cycle
Kentucky

$250,000,000

$250,000,000

The Bond NOFA responses were due Aug. 20, 2018. Otherwise it is an open window application.

Louisiana   
Maine

 

 

 
MarylandApproximately $300,000,000Approximately $200,000,000Applications accepted first-come, first-serve throughout the year
Massachusetts

 

 

 

Michigan   
Minnesota

$589,173,795.00

Housing Pool can finance up to $134,488,947 in multifamily housing; entitlement issuers may issue additional bonds for multifamily housing.

Housing Pool – 2nd Tuesday of January and each Monday thereafter through the last Monday in July.  On August 1st the Unified Pool is created, with deadlines of every other Monday through the last Monday in November.

Mississippi   
Missouri$640,000,000NANA
Montana   
Nebraska

 

 

 

Nevada   
New Hampshire

$158,000,000

$158,000,000

We allocate on a first-come first-served rolling basis throughout the year. There are no application deadlines for bond/4% deals.

New Jersey

$500,000,000

$300,000,000

NA

New Mexico   
New York

 

 

 
North Carolina$1,078,708,995At least halfJanuary and May 1 to October 1
North Dakota

$320,000,000

No specified amountOpen - no deadline
Ohio

 

 

 

Oklahoma

 

 

 
Oregon

$596,672,640

$371,672,640

None

Pennsylvania

$350,000,000

 

For 2019, the Agency will use a two-step application process which includes the submission of a Preliminary Application followed by a full Underwriting Application.  Preliminary Applications will be accepted by the Agency, on a first come, first served basis, on or after Nov. 2, 2018, until April 1, 2019.  If the Preliminary Application is approved by Agency Staff, applicants may submit a full Underwriting Application.  Underwriting Applications will be accepted until June 3, 2019.
Rhode Island$227,375,000$50,000,000 
South Carolina

N/A-  SC Housing does not have dedicated bond cap. SC Housing currently has $753,484,900 available in carryforward allocations for multifamily production.

 

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year; final applications are due in December
South Dakota

$316,745,000.00

$20,000,000.00

We accept applications at any time, but prefer to have them submitted between December 1 and June 1 the following year.

Tennessee   
Texas

$3,000,000,000

$700,000,000 (multifamily subceiling – includes all issuers).  Of this amount, $135,000,000 will be set-aside for TDHCA bond issuances.

Applications are submitted monthly.

Utah

 

 

Vermont

$142,000,000

$50,000,000

Dec, 15, 2019

Virginia   

Washington

 

 

 

Washington, D.C.

   

West Virginia

$316,745,000.00

$126,698,000.00

Applications must be received by the 5th of each month.

Wisconsin   
Wyoming   

Please note this information was provided to us directly from the states and some of the information is based on estimates. As such, please consider this chart tentative and subject to change. Application deadlines should be verified with the appropriate allocating agency. We will update these figures as more information becomes available.

"TBD" indicates this figure or date is still to be determined by the according state agency.
"Not Available" indicates that the state agency was unable to respond to our inquiries.