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HOME Investment Partnerships Program

HOME Investment Partnerships Program

HOME Program - State of South Carolina

2016 HOME Program
Awards List
Application Point Scores - 6/13/2016
2016 HOME Applications List - 4/11/2016
Bulletin #2
Bulletin #1
2016 HOME Rental Manual
2016 HOME Application - excel format
Approved Market Study Providers 
Needs Assessment Report Guidelines 
Market Study Guidelines 
Exhibit 1 
Exhibit 5 
M-34  Experience Certification 
M-47  Eligibility Certification
M-36  Construction Design Certification 
Exhibit R 
M-37  Environmental Information 
M-38  Environmental User Questionnaire 
M-7B  Lead-Safe Housing Rule 
M-39  Tenant Profile Form 
Exhibit 2 
Exhibit 3
M-67  Project Occupancy Report Form 
M-52  Notice to Seller 
M-43  Waiting List Certification 
M-40  Site and Neighborhood Certification 
Exhibit 4 
Exhibit 6 
DRAFT 2016 HOME Manual - redlined - updated and reposted 1/8/2016

HOME Certified CHDO List 2016 - 3/28/2016

The HOME Investment Partnerships Program is designed to promote partnerships between the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), state and local governments, and those in the nonprofit and for-profit sectors who build, own, manage, finance, and support low income housing initiatives. HOME provides the flexibility needed to fund a wide range of low income housing initiatives through creative and unique housing partnerships. The HOME Program was created under Title II of the Cranston-Gonzalez National Affordable Housing Act of 1990.

How does the HOME Program work? SC Housing awards HOME funding each calendar year. Although South Carolina's HOME funding fluctuates year to year, an average of $4 million is available. All HOME funds must benefit households at 80% or below the county median income.

Eligible Applicants:

  • Units of local government
  • Nonprofit organizations
  • For-profit organizations
  • Community Housing Development Organizations (CHDOs)
  • Public Housing Authorities
  • Individuals  

Eligible Activities:
Click on an eligible HOME activity for additional information and to access applications and manuals.  

HOME Income and Rent Limits:

Can HOME funds be used with other State and Federal Programs?
Yes, HOME funds have been used in conjunction with:

HOME Awards:
Click here to view a listing of HOME awards made from 1992-2016.

HOME Manuals, Forms & Announcements:
Click here for program announcements and HOME forms.

HOME Links:

Questions or comments? Contact Leanne Johnson at (803) 896-9248.