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Pros & Cons of a 2-Year QAP Input Form

The topic of whether or not to support, and advocate for, a two-year Qualified Allocation Plan (QAP) has been hotly debated over the years. Year after year, TAAHP members have discussed the nuances of the various aspects of the Texas QAP. Numerous meetings and hours of discussion result in a lengthy list of recommendations to the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs to advocate for a myriad of changes which are intended to streamline the application while encouraging the highest and most sustainable quality of development. Depending on who you ask, you are likely to hear a series of reasons why or why not Texas should move away from an annual QAP to a bi-annual one. Tell us what you think!

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