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File #: 2076-2019    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Calendar Status: Passed
File created: 10/4/2019 In control: HOUSING AUTHORITY
On agenda: 11/5/2019 Final action: 11/5/2019
Title: Regulatory Agreements for Charter Oaks Apartments (a 75-unit affordable apartment project located at 3017 Browns Valley Road)
Attachments: 1. ATCH 1 - Resolution, 2. ATCH 2 - Bond Termination Agreement, 3. ATCH 3 - Termination of Deferred Loan Regulatory Agreement
To: Honorable Chair and Commissioners

From: Vincent Smith, Community Development Director

Prepared By: Lark Ferrell, Housing Manager

TITLE:
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Regulatory Agreements for Charter Oaks Apartments (a 75-unit affordable apartment project located at 3017 Browns Valley Road)

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RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Recommendationle

Adopt a resolution to facilitate the financing of the acquisition and rehabilitation of the Charter Oaks Apartments by authorizing the Executive Director to execute: (1) a Release and Termination of Deferred Loan Regulatory Agreement with Charter Oaks Associates terminating the 2001 Deferred Loan Regulatory Agreement, and (2) a Termination Agreement with Charter Oaks Associates and JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. terminating the 2001 Bond Regulatory Agreement relating to Charter Oaks Apartments.

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DISCUSSION:
In 2001, the Housing Authority issued $4,215,000 in bonds. The proceeds of these bonds were loaned to Charter Oaks Associates, a California limited partnership, (the "Borrower") for the acquisition and rehabilitation of Charter Oaks, a 75-unit affordable rental project located at 3017 Browns Valley Road (the "Project"). Additionally, as part of the project's financing, the Housing Authority made a $237,500 loan to the Borrower. The Housing Authority currently has two regulatory agreements recorded against the property to ensure the ongoing affordability of the Project. This includes (1) the Housing Authority's 2001 Bond Regulatory Agreement and Declaration of Restrictive Covenants which requires the Project to remain affordable until at least 2056 ("2001 Bond Regulatory Agreement"); and (2) the Housing Authority's 2001 Deferred Loan Regulatory Agreement, which requires the Project to remain affordable through June 30, 2026 ("2001 Loan Regulatory Agreement"). Both the Housing Authority bonds and loan have been fully repaid.

It has been almost 20 years since the Project was last substantially renovated. Therefore, the Borrower recentl...

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