Bucks County receives $775,000 in low-income housing tax credits for affordable multifamily housing

HARRISBURG, July 11 – State Reps. John Galloway, Wendy Ullman and Perry Warren today announced three Bucks County organizations were awarded $775,000 in low-income housing tax credits.

  • Bucks County Opportunity Council—Housing Opportunities for Reentry Population--$250,000
  • Housing Visions—131 Harrison Rehabilitation---$250,000
  • Bucks County, Housing Services Department---Expanding Homeless Service Solutions--$275,000

Galloway said, “These tax credits will help fund the construction of affordable rental housing, and so will provide more housing options for Pennsylvanians.”

“These tax credits will make a world of difference to fellow Pennsylvanians looking for a place to call home,” said Ullman and Warren in a joint statement.

The tax credits are administered by the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency and were approved by its board.