Affordable Multi-Family Housing Loan Program 

Notice of 2021 Funding Availability

  • Beginning May 1, 2021, eligible nonprofit and for-profit affordable housing developers that propose to develop long-term, affordable multi-family rental housing units in the county can submit proposals for Affordable Multi-family Housing Loans
  • The program is funded by the County of Loudoun Housing Trust and awards are made through an annual competitive loan application process. 
  • Eligible loan applicants include non-profit and for-profit affordable housing developers that propose to incorporate long-term affordable rental housing into a multi-family residential development within Loudoun County.
  • All applicants must have demonstrated capacity, experience, and acceptable credit histories.
  • The program will aid in funding the construction, rehabilitation, and/or preservation of affordable rental housing in the county, including: 
    • Construction of affordable multi-family rental units. 
    • Real estate acquisition directly linked to preservation, construction or rehabilitation/renovation of affordable multi-family housing rental units.
    • Rehabilitation/Renovation of multi-family housing rental affordable units.  
  • Read the funding guidelines (PDF)
  • Loudoun County will hold a virtual pre-application meeting on August 20 at 10 a.m. Register for a pre-application meeting.
  • Apply online here.
  • Applications are due by 5:00 p.m. October 1, 2021. 
  • For more information about this year's funding application process, email Brenda Morton or call 
  • The Affordable Multi-Family Housing Loan Program is designed to increase the supply of affordable multi-family rental housing in Loudoun County. 
  • It provides gap financing to affordable rental housing development encourage private investment in addressing the County’s housing needs. The program focuses on the housing needs of households earning up to 60% of AMI (in 2021, $77,400 for a family of four).
  • The program enables developers of apartments to be financed with Virginia Housing Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTCs) or the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) 221(d) (4) Affordable programs to compete for low interest loans from the County of Loudoun Housing Trust. 
  • The loans help bridge the funding gap for below-market multi-family rental developments. Loans are targeted to finance units more than the minimum number of Affordable Dwelling Units (ADUs) required by Article 7 (ADU Ordinance) of the Zoning Ordinance. 
  • Learn more about the funding guidelines.(PDF)
  1. Overview
  2. Accomplishments
  • The Affordable Multi-Family Housing Loan Program is designed to increase the supply of affordable multi-family rental housing in Loudoun County. 
  • It provides gap financing to affordable rental housing development encourage private investment in addressing the County’s housing needs. The program focuses on the housing needs of households earning up to 60% of AMI (in 2021, $77,400 for a family of four).
  • The program enables developers of apartments to be financed with Virginia Housing Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTCs) or the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) 221(d) (4) Affordable programs to compete for low interest loans from the County of Loudoun Housing Trust. 
  • The loans help bridge the funding gap for below-market multi-family rental developments. Loans are targeted to finance units more than the minimum number of Affordable Dwelling Units (ADUs) required by Article 7 (ADU Ordinance) of the Zoning Ordinance. 
  • Learn more about the funding guidelines.(PDF)

Completed or In-Progress Multi-Family Loan Projects

Development Award Year Status Loan Amount Total Units
Stone Springs 2017 Open $3 million 128
Ashburn Chase 2018 Open $2.46 million 96
Mount Sterling/Loudoun View Senior Living 2019 Under construction $5.225 million 98
Poland Hill 2019 In development $1.8 million 78
Tuscarora Crossing, Phase 1 2020 In development $5.65 million 90
Tuscarora Crossing, Phase 2 2021 In development $4.5 million 90

Current Projects

Stone Springs Ribbon Cutting_Sept_2019 (29)
Stone Springs Ribbon Cutting_Sept_2019 (20)

For More Information

Rebekah King
Housing Finance Project Manager
Division of Housing and Community Development
Shenandoah Building
102 Heritage Way N.E., Suite 103
P.O.Box 7400 Leesburg, VA 20177
Email Rebekah King