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Naturally-Occurring Affordable Housing Grant
Deadline  12/31/2024
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The Miami-Dade County Department of Public Housing and Community Development (PHCD) is issuing this Request for Applications (RFA) for Housing Preservation through Naturally Occurring Affordable Housing (NOAH) Rehabilitation Grant Program to be funded with $8 million from the Miami-Dade County General Fund.

As part of the HOMES Plan, owners or developers of small rental properties may apply for grant funds to make improvements to units in need of rehabilitation. Small rental properties as defined by PHCD as having 50 units or less.  At the discretion of PHCD, developments of more than 50 units may be considered. In addition, owners of individual condominium units may also apply for grant funds for units in need of rehabilitation.  However, the condominium owner’s rehabilitation requests must be consistent with the rules and regulations of the condominium association and the condominium must sign-off on all work.

PHCD is announcing updates to the grant application, which now includes acquisition, preservation, and rehabilitation of NOAH units. The applicant/owner team must have prior experience in acquiring and rehabilitating affordable housing units.

NOAH refers to unsubsidized privately owned residential properties that are “affordable” without the benefit of government subsidies. The goal is to preserve affordability by providing Miami-Dade County’s low- and moderate-income households with access to decent housing that is affordable, convenient to jobs, transportation, and essential services. All rehabilitated units must be located within Miami-Dade County.

The NOAH Grant Program is dedicated to owners or developers of rental property in need of rehabilitation, and owners of condominium homeownership units in need of rehabilitation allowing owners and developers to apply for grant funding to assist with improvements to their properties.

NOAH Grants are distributed on a reimbursable basis.


Application Period:

Applications are currently open until further notice. PHCD may extend the closing date for this application indefinitely until funding is exhausted. A notification will be placed on PHCD's website when funding is exhausted.

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Description File Name Date Uploaded File Type
NOAH Grant Request for Applications April 24, 2024 2024-4-24-noah-booklet.pdf 5/6/2024 11:37:04 AM PDF

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Welcome to the Naturally Occurring Affordable Housing (NOAH) Grant Program Application.

Please complete every portion of the application.

Please note responses are required in all fields and document uploads. If a given field does not apply to your project, please enter “Not Applicable” in the field.  For document uploads that are not applicable to your project, please upload a blank sheet with “Not Applicable” on it.

*Acceptable formats for submitting documentation are Word documents, PDF’s, and Excel spreadsheets. (Links will not be accepted or reviewed.)

Faxed applications will not be accepted. Any document provided via a link (i.e. dropbox) will not be accepted.

This application must be submitted online in ZoomGrants. If you have questions or require assistance, please call PHCD at (786) 469-2165 or email 

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