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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
- Chapter 55. Housing, Public Buildings, Urban Renewal, and Regional Housing Authorities
- Section 370. Use of Money.
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AS 18.55.370. Use of Money.
Money appropriated or made available under AS 18.55.300
- 18.55.470 may be used by the corporation to make
- (1) character loans, not exceeding $500 for each dwelling, to residents or cooperatives for the improvement, conversion,
or construction of dwellings in remote areas for occupancy by the residents or members of the cooperatives;
- (2) loans for moderate-cost or rental housing facilities and projects to public agencies, or private nonprofit or limited
dividend corporations, or private corporations or cooperatives organized under AS 10.15.005
- 10.15.600 that are regulated or restricted by the
corporation until the termination of all loan obligations to it as to rents or sales, charges, capital structure, rate
of return, and methods of operation to the extent and in the manner that provides reasonable rentals to tenants and a
reasonable return on the investment; loans to cooperatives may be made for up to 95 percent of the appraised value of
the housing facility.
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