Housing & Community Development works to provide affordable housing opportunities for low to moderate income residents of Harford County. We administer a range of Federal, State, and County funded programs providing opportunities for affordable home ownership, loans and grants for special needs housing programs, rental assistance, renter protection through Livability Code enforcement, first-time homebuyers, housing preservation, foreclosure prevention, economic mobility, family self-sufficiency, and financial literacy.
Harford County Housing & Community Development strives to offer housing and supportive services for low-income families, seniors, and those with disabilities, so they can become self-sufficient and productive residents of the community. We encourage and contribute to the development of healthy, self-sustaining communities by creating partnerships with governments, nonprofits, faith communities, and citizens to identify and address the needs of Harford County residents and neighborhoods.
Request for Proposals for the Baltimore Regional Project-Based Voucher Program
The Baltimore Metropolitan Council (BMC) seeks qualified and experienced developers to apply for affordable housing subsidies for either new construction or substantial rehabilitation of an existing property through the Baltimore Regional Project-Based Voucher (PBV) Program.
Proposals will be considered on a rolling basis in the order they are received. The RFP will be open until Friday, September 15, or until all 84 available vouchers have been awarded, whichever comes first. The RFP applies to multifamily developments and scattered site developments.
BMC will host a pre-proposal conference for interested developers on Thursday, June 15, at 9:30 a.m.
Written questions about this procurement must be submitted to BMC, and BMC will post answers to all submitted questions on the BMC website.