Request For Proposals- Project-Based Vouchers (PBV) for New Construction of Affordable Housing in Spokane County

Spokane Housing Authority (SHA) is seeking proposals from developers interested in applying for Project Based Vouchers (PBV) to be used in multi-family affordable housing rental project(s) that serve Elderly (62 or older) or Near Elderly (55 or older) very low- or extremely low-income households in Spokane County. SHA is accepting PBV proposals to allocate up to a total of 100 vouchers to projects located in Spokane County that can serve families at or below 50% of the Area Median Income (AMI).

SHA is looking for experienced developers capable of delivering high quality affordable housing for this underserved population. Successful proposals will demonstrate experience with the type, size, scale and complexity of housing proposed to be developed.

As a result of this RFP, awards may be funded to single or multiple projects depending on available resources. SHA reserves the right as the result of our review to determine the best mix of resources for a proposed project. SHA encourages proposals from developers that will in increase housing stock and overall availability to affordable housing in Spokane County.

Full RFQ – pdf format

Technical Correction – Scoring Rubric

RFQ Submission
Proposers must submit one (1) copy of the proposal in an electronic format by March 22, 2024 by 4:00 PM Pacific Daylight Time. Brevity is strongly encouraged. The reviewers will not consider materials that are not requested below.

The electronic copy should be emailed to: [email protected] with the Subject: RFP for PBV

The proposals must be typed.

To be considered responsive, each submittal should:

  • Be presented in an 8.5” X 11” format, either vertical or horizontal; and
  • Be typed with a font size no smaller than 10 points.

No facsimile proposals will be accepted. No hard copy proposals will be accepted.

Request For Proposals- Hifumi En New Construction Low Income Housing Tax Credit Investor and Construction Lender

The Spokane Housing Authority (“SHA”) has formed the Hifumi en LLLP, a Washington limited liability limited partnership, to design, develop, construct, and operate the new Hifumi en project located in Spokane, Washington. SHA seeks proposals to finance this new construction project from organizations willing to serve in one or more of the following roles:
– An investor / limited partner for $2,163,557 in annual 9% Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (“LIHTCs”)
– A construction lender for a construction loan of approximately $15,600,000 to supplement a planned $5,000,000 owner’s construction loan.
This RFP is not an offer to sell, or the solicitation of an offer to buy, any security. Investment in the tax credit partnership may be made by the selected partner only upon negotiation of a mutually satisfactory limited partnership agreement and related documents.
Any questions pertaining to this RFP must be submitted in writing to the RFP Coordinator:
Paul Trautman, Development Manager Tel: 509-252-7148 [email protected]

Full RFQ – pdf format

RFQ Submission
Proposals shall be submitted by September 13, 2023 by 4:30 PM Pacific Daylight Time.
Submit proposal via email to RFP Coordinator Paul Trautman at [email protected]. Proposers should email one electronic file in a PDF format containing all submission materials. To ensure proper identification and receipt, state “Hifumi en Lender Investor Proposal” in the email subject line. A reply acknowledging receipt of the proposal will be emailed.

Request for Proposals (RFP) Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Tenant-Based Supportive Services Program

The Spokane Housing Authority (SHA) has issued an RFP to identify and select eligible service providers for its Housing Choice Voucher Rental Assistance Program with Supportive Services within Spokane County. Interested parties will find complete RFP Guidelines on the SHA’s website at: You may also request the RFP by emailing Arielle Anderson, Housing Assistance Programs Director, at [email protected] or calling (509) 724-7859.  Proposals are due June 30, 2023 at 4:00 pm PST via email to [email protected].

The full RFP is available at this link.