Kansas Housing awards $4.9 million in MIH funds, $8.5 million in KHITC funds, and 6.4 million in KHITC for rural housing development

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Washington – RealEstateRama – 15 Kansas communities will receive a combined total of $4,925,400 in MIH funds, $8,475,000 in MIH-ARPA funds, and 6,441,000 in Kansas Housing Investor Tax Credits (KHITC) to develop affordable housing for moderate-income families in rural areas of the state. The awards, made possible through the state of Kansas’ Moderate Income Housing (MIH), MIH-American Rescue Plan Act (MIH-ARPA), and Kansas Housing Investor Tax Credit (KHITC) Programs, provide resources to develop housing in rural communities.

Combined with the amount leveraged by each community to support the proposed initiatives, the awards represent a total investment of $141,077,730 and a net gain of 544 affordable, quality housing units.

2023 MIH, MIH-ARPA and KHITC Awards

This round of awards will help with development of 16 projects:

  • 24 rental apartment units in Great Bend
  • 11 rental apartment units in Russell
  • 12 rental apartment units in Abilene
  • 18 rental townhomes in Salina
  • 150 homeownership duplex units in Salina
  • 64 rental townhome units in Wellsville12 rental apartment units in Wamego
  • 50 homeownership duplex units in Edwardsville
  • 6 rental apartment units in Columbus
  • 20 rental apartment units in Independence
  • 10 rental apartment units in Cottonwood Falls
  • 35 homeownership single-family homes and 16 rental duplex units in Hutchinson
  • 60 rental apartment units in Garden City
  • 48 rental apartment units in Dodge City
  • 6 homeownership single-family homes in Cimarron
  • 2 homeownership single-family homes in Meade

Additionally, KHRC is able to allocate additional funding to MIH projects in progress in Marion, Scott City, and Ottawa.

The MIH and KHITC Award List can also be found on KHRC’s MIH webpage by scrolling down to the “Documents| Forms| Resources” section and selecting “2023 Round 1 Award List.”

Kansas Housing administers the state’s housing development programs and oversees the competitive application process. More details about the MIH, MIH-ARPA, and KHITC programs are available online.

Questions? Email the MIH team at 

View the 2022 MIH and KHITC award list online:

2023 MIH and KHITC Awards 

Kansas Housing administers the state’s housing development programs and oversees the competitive application process. More details about the MIH program are available online.

Questions? Email the MIH team at 


The state’s housing development programs, including the MIH program, are administered by Kansas Housing Resources Corporation (KHRC), a self-supporting, nonprofit, public corporation committed to helping Kansans access the safe, affordable housing they need and the dignity they deserve. KHRC serves as the state’s housing finance agency, administering essential housing and community programs to serve Kansans.

Contact: Emily Sharp
785.409.3995 |

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