How is APCHA funded?

Approximately two-thirds of APCHA’s revenues are generated by application, property management, and sales fees; however, one-third of its total annual operating budget is funded through a shared annual subsidy by the City of Aspen and Pitkin County. The City funds its subsidy from one or both of its dedicated housing funding sources, a Real Estate Transfer Tax (RETT) and a small portion of sales tax. Whereas the County allocates dollars out of its General Fund to fund its half of the subsidy.

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1. Do I qualify if I am self-employed?
2. What is APCHA?
3. Who is eligible for APCHA housing?
4. How is APCHA funded?
5. How much employee housing does APCHA have?
6. Are there seasonal rentals?
7. Are there year-round rentals?
8. How do I find a rental?
9. How do I apply?
10. Do any rentals allow pets?
11. If I am having trouble with my landlord, who can help me?
12. What are the qualifications to purchase employee housing?
13. How do I find out what is for sale?
14. Can a single person buy a 2 or 3-bedroom unit?
15. What is the order of priorities for sales units?
16. Who can help me with the loan?
17. What are the Borrower’s Ten Commandments?
18. Is there an appreciation cap on employee housing sales units? Why?
19. How do I find out more about buying employee housing?
20. Do owners have to list their deed restricted property through APCHA?
21. How do I sell my deed restricted housing?