The company developed a focus on affordable multi-family housing in the early 1980’s, building twelve USDA Rural Development agricultural housing projects in remote Southern California locations. In 1987, Sun Country built the second project in the history of the Low Income Tax Credit program in California,
Redondo Apartments in Westmoreland, Imperial County. Since then, Sun Country Builders has been responsible for the construction or rehabilitation of almost more than one hundred multi-family affordable housing projects which have provided more than seven thousand homes. They have been funded through a variety of channels including tax credits, bonds, HUD, and local municipal finance. Along the way, Sun Country has developed a familiarity and competence in all the areas of project administration which come along with affordable finance programs.
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Sun Country’s specialization in affordable housing has given the company the opportunity to become thoroughly familiar with the unique processes and requirements of that market niche. Whether a project is financed through tax credits, bonds, HUD, or through city or county channels, Sun Country is well familiar with the procedures and requirements, including HUD documentation, Prevailing Wage procedures, Section 3 requirements, local outreach requirements, and so on. Sun Country has developed disciplined and successful procedures which carefully and completely address all of those requirements.
Sun Country Builders has been responsible for the construction or rehabilitation of almost one hundred multi-family affordable housing projects.