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HAPB RFP for Audit Services 0 P. Edwards REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL The Housing Authority of Pompano Beach (HAPB)'s Audit Committee will accept proposals with Statements of Qualifications from Certified Public Accounting Firms for audit services for Housing Authority of Pompano Beach's annual audit services for a three-year (3) period to include the year ending December 31, 2012 through the fiscal year ending December 30, 2014. Copies of the request for proposals may be obtained by going to the HAPB website at or by written request to: Housing Authority of Pompano Beach, 321 W. Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach, FL 33060, Attn: Patrice Watkins;; 954-785-7200x233. Submission of proposals will be accepted until 3:00 p.m., October 12, 2012.
by P. Edwards
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Legal Request for Proposal 0 N. Wesoff, Pasco County Housing Authority RFP #PCHA 12-003 GENERAL COUNSEL LEGAL SERVICES The Pasco County Housing Authority (PCHA), Dade City, Florida, is requesting proposals from qualified, licensed and responsible firms interested in providing General Counsel Legal services in accordance with all applicable local, state and federal regulations, the requirements of PCHA and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), as applicable. PROPOSED SCHEDULE q September 6, 2012 Advertise Request For Proposals q September 6, 2012 Request For Proposal Documents Ready for Pick-up q October 4, 2012 Proposals are due by 2:00 p.m. EST If you are interested in submitting a proposal, please submit your request for a RFP package via fax to (352) 567-6035 or via e-mail to You may also pick up a copy in person at 14517 7th Street, Dade City, FL Monday through Friday, between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. PCHA reserves the right to request additional information concerning any and/or all Proposals submitted. PCHA RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY OR ALL PROPOSALS IF SUCH ACTION IS IN THE BEST INTEREST OF THE HOUSING AUTHORITY AND TO WAIVE ANY AND/OR ALL INFORMALITIES AND MINOR IRREGULARITIES. PCHA RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CANCEL THIS SOLICITATION FOR ANY REASON IT DEEMS IS IN THE BEST INTEREST OF THE AGENCY. Dianne W. Morris, Executive Director
by N. Wesoff, Pasco County Housing Authority
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Financial Audit RFP 0 N. Wesoff, Pasco County Housing Authority  
by N. Wesoff, Pasco County Housing Authority
Friday, August 31, 2012
Gainesville Housing Authority RFP Insurance Coverage 0 M. Beans REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR: PROPERTY INCLUDING FLOOD PUBLIC OFFICAL LIABILITY GENERAL LIABILITY EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES LIABILITY AUTOMOBILE WORKER'S COMPENSATION Notice is hereby given that the Gainesville Housing Authority (GHA) will accept Proposals for Insurance until August 31, 2012; 3:00 p.m.   Each proposal shall be sealed and endorsed with the name of the proposer and plainly marked "Proposal for Insurance: Gainesville Housing Authority.” Eight copies of your Proposal should be forwarded to the GHA at the following address: Gainesville Housing Authority 1900 SE 4th Street, Gainesville, Florida 32641 Attn: Ms. Pamela E. Davis, Executive Director The GHA reserves the right to reject any or all proposals, waive formalities, negotiate terms and conditions, and to select the agent and service options that best meet the needs of the GHA and its employees. During the evaluation process, the GHA reserves the right, where it may serve the GHA's best interest, to request additional information or clarifications from vendors, or to allow corrections of errors or omissions. At the discretion of the GHA, firms submitting proposals may be requested to make oral presentations as part of the evaluation process. Inquiries, clarification, or requests for Proposal by electronic mail should be directed by telephone or email to the following GHA contact: Pamela E. Davis Executive Director (352) 872-5500, Ext. 219
by M. Beans
Monday, August 20, 2012
RFQ for Financial Advisor for Brooksville HA 0 T. Brooks, Brooksville Housing Authority REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS     AGENCY: BROOKSVILLE HOUSING AUTHORITY   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES SOUGHT: The Authority is seeking the following services:     FINANCIAL ADVISOR   BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The Brooksville Housing Authority ( BHA) is requesting proposals from firms or individuals interested in serving as Financial Advisor for the development of Mixed Income Housing.   The Financial Advisor would serve in a service capacity, advising the BHA as needed on all financings and programs of work involving development or redevelopment of affordable housing assets, designed to improve and expand the availability of affordable housing .   The initial task will involve the redevelopment of 21 acres (Hillside Estate) previously occupied by 90 units of low-income public housing and 1.5 acres for the development of (Summit Villas) 36 Units for Elderly. In April 2010 the Authority was approved for a Demo/Dispo for all units     The BHA will utilize multiple debt and equity instruments including tax exempt bonds, low income housing tax credits, mortgage financing, limited partnerships, HOME funds, SHIP funds and public/private collaborations as its principal forms of financing for the creation of additional affordable housing.   The BHA does not guarantee any specific level of service and makes no representation or warranty as to any future level of service.       SERVICES TO BE PROVIDED:   1. Analysis of MDA specific to BHA 2. Analysis of the market feasibility of various projects, including affordable mixed income and market rate projects.   3. Evaluation of physical redevelopment plans from a financial and overall development perspective.   4. Evaluation of the future housing development/redevelopment impact on the project area and adjacent areas, and what influence specific project characteristics (affordable vs. mixed, unit size, density, etc) have on future housing development potential in these areas.   5. Development of alternative financial plans/programs/structures; develop financial models and make recommendations with respect to housing and financing proposals made for the BHA, and to BHA by developers, bankers, underwriters, community groups, non profits or others.   6. Preparation of project cash flows.   7. Preparation of applications for funding from various sources.   8. Analysis of the risks and other financial implications of terms and conditions required by investors or lenders. 9. Assistance in identifying and negotiating with tax credit investors, lenders, underwriters, credit enhancers, and other potential development partners. 10. Assistance in negotiating financial commitments and related fees. 11. Development and implementation of tax-exempt financing options. 12. Review of transaction documents. 13. Assistance in evaluating the financial feasibility and implications of developer proposals. 14. Assistance in negotiating disposition and development agreements with developers. 15. Assistance in negotiating financial obligations and terms with developers and funding sources. 16. Assistance in closing development agreements. 17. Assistance with preparation and/or evaluation of mixed finance proposals. 18. Familiarity with the regulations, requirements and procedures governing the major funding sources and housing programs, both State and Federal.   CRITERIA FOR SELECTION:   1. Demonstrated experience creating and evaluating mixed finance housing proposals, utilizing bonds, tax credits, HOME funds, SHIP funds, CDBG funds or CRA proceeds.   2. Ability to prepare and present best case/worst case financial scenarios for the expansion or redevelopment of affordable rental housing to the BHA Board, rating agencies, insurance agencies and potential investors.   3. The ability to represent the BHA without conflicts of interest on other business transactions, oversee the costs associated with each issuance or program, review preliminary and final official statements, assist in contractual negotiations with any co- developer or partner.   4. Summary of experience as Financial Advisor, addressing "services to be provided” and fee history.     EVALUATION CRITERIA:   1. Qualifications: Include experience developing asset management financial/budget models, creation of mixed income property pro forma's, experience with tax exempt and taxable bond financing, knowledge of the legal and regulatory requirements for financing by PHA, low income tax credits, mortgage financing, qualifications of personnel assigned. (40 Points)   2. Capacity: Including the number and caliber of primary and support staff assigned the ability to commence work in the second quarter 2006 (or within a reasonably short time). (20 Points) 3. Adequacy: Of response in terms of reasonableness of overall fee structure, completeness of response, proposed methodology in performing services, and a comprehensive approach to effectively safeguard and improve housing values. (25 Points)   4. Innovation: Exceptional results from new innovative or extraordinary contributions of firm or individuals, verified by references, of successfully completing mixed finance/mixed income projects. (15 Points)     PROCEDURE FOR SELECTION:   The BHA will rank & select the most responsive & responsible respondent to this RFQ. The BHA reserves the right to require an interview from any & all firms.   SUBMITTAL: Proposals should be limited to fifteen (15) pages and should include the following information:   1. Identify in an exhibit the specific members of your firm who will be assigned to work with the BHA and describe their experience with housing finance /development. Include resumes for each person as well as name, address and telephone number of contact person.   2. List finance or housing related authorities that your firm is representing as a Financial Advisor. List any significant accomplishments or contributions worth noting your firm made to the transaction.   3. Indicate how your firm would handle potential conflicts of interest in matters involving other clients (e.g. underwriters or developers) participating or planning to participate in a BHA financing.   4. State the fees you would charge if retained as the BHA Financial Advisor. Indicate hourly rate and other terms offered. Indicate other costs the Authority could anticipate if you are hired. If applicable, quote fee per $1,000 bond with a maximum for various issue sizes. 5. Describe your availability and degree of accessibility to the BHA.   6. Indicate whether there is any legal action or litigation against the firm or person(s) assigned to this account. State whether HUD has debarred you or your firm.   7. Provide three references with whom you have worked and the relevance of the reference to the BHA. If references are outside Florida, also address your capability to work with Florida statutes and funding cycles of Florida state agencies. Please indicate name, position, address, phone and fax or e-mail addresses of the reference to the BHA 8. Provide a list of professional organizations/associations in which your firm is an active member and of benefit to the BHA 9. Indicate why you think your firm would be the best choice for Financial Advisor to the BHA.     ALL PROPOSALS SHALL BE SUBMITTED AS A COMPETITIVE SEALED PROPOSAL PRIOR TO 2:00 P.M. ON Friday, OCTOBER 19, 2012 TO:     TOMMY L. BROOKS, SR, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR BROOKSVILLE HOUSING AUTHORITY 800 CONTINENTAL DRIVE BROOKSVILLE, FLORIDA 34601       OFFEROR SHALL SUBMIT (8) COPIES OF THE PROPOSAL TO THE BHA. NO AMENDMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THIS DATE. ALL PROPOSALS WILL BE CONSIDERED AS THEY ARE CONSTRUED BY THE BHA RESERVING THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY OR ALL PROPOSALS AND THE RIGHT TO REQUEST ORAL PRESENTATIONS OF ALL OR SOME OF THE OFFERORS. THE AUTHORITY REQUESTS THAT PROPOSALS BE SUCCINCT AND LIMITED TO FIFTEEN (15) PAGES. AFTER REVIEWING THE PROPOSALS ADDITIONAL INFORMATION MAY BE REQUESTED BY THE BHA.   CONTRACTUAL TERMS:   The entity selected will be required to execute a contract containing at least the following terms and conditions: · Providing that all bills will be submitted in sufficient detail to allow for proper audit. · Providing that all bills for authorized travel be submitted in accordance with Florida Statutes Chapter 119. · Providing that the Financial Advisor serves at the pleasure of the BHA and may be cancelled at any time.   AUTHORITY CONTACT:   The BHA contact for this proposal is Tommy L. Brooks, Executive Director. To assure full understanding of and responsiveness to this Request, discussions may be conducted with the Executive Director; however, the BHA shall only be bound in making its selection by this Request for Proposal or written interpretations of the same provided by the BHA.   SUBSEQUENT CONTRACTS: The Authority does contemplate subsequent contracts dealing with the same subject matter. Firms wishing not to be contacted should notify the BHA in writing.   AWARD: This contract will be awarded to the entity that is determined, in writing, to be the most advantageous to the BHA, taking into consideration price and other criteria set forth in this Request. Notification will be in the form of a written notice of award. Award is expected to be made by NOVEMBER 20, 2012.
by T. Brooks, Brooksville Housing Authority
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Architect Invitation 0 L. Robinson, West Palm Beach Housing Authority Invitation to participate in concept drawing competition for the Paul Lawrence Dunbar Senior Complex West Palm Beach, Florida 33407 The West Palm Beach Housing Authority (WPBHA) is pleased to announce its plans to build a ninety-nine (99) unit senior complex on recently cleared land in the Dunbar Village public housing development, located between Tamarind Avenue and Division Avenue; bordered on the north side by Grant Street. The units will be funded with a combination of tax free bonds, 4% tax credits, an FHA mortgage and an allocation of Project Based Vouchers. It is the desire of the WPBHA to solicit concept drawings from architectural firms interested in designing this project. We acknowledge that these drawings are for visual impact only, and do not constitute an obligation to build on the part of the architect. The submittal chosen by the West Palm Beach Board of Commissioners will lead to an Invitation To Negotiate (ITN) with the West Palm Beach Housing Authority for a contract award. A pre-submittal conference will be held at the WPBHA administrative offices, 1715 Division Avenue, West Palm Beach (with a site inspection) on Monday August 6, 2012 at 3:30 pm and again on Monday August 20 at 3:30 pm. Concept drawings are due back to the WPBHA by Monday, August 27 at 4:30 pm. Board review is scheduled for Tuesday August 28 2012 at 4:00 pm at the WPBHA administrative office. For further information please contact Laurel Robinson, Executive Director at either 561-655-8530 Ex. 108 or
by L. Robinson, West Palm Beach Housing Authority
Wednesday, August 1, 2012
RFP for for Professional Fee Accounting Services - Extended to July 20, 20 0 J. Hurt, Riviera Beach Housing Authority RFP Response Date Extended to July 20, 2012
by J. Hurt, Riviera Beach Housing Authority
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
RFP for for Professional Fee Accounting Services 0 J. Hurt, Riviera Beach Housing Authority The Riviera Beach Housing Authority has  posted a Request for Proposals for a Fee Accountant.
by J. Hurt, Riviera Beach Housing Authority
Thursday, June 21, 2012
HA of the City of Miami Beach IFB for Roof Replacement 0 R. Diaz Bids will be received by The Housing Authority of the City of Miami Beach (HACMB) for IFB #1-2012 Roof Replacement at the Lois Apartments, 211 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139, until July 13, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. The IFB package will be available from HACMB Executive Office, 200 Alton Road, Miami Beach, FL 33139 starting on June 12, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. A mandatory pre-bid conference will be held on June 26, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. at Rebecca Towers North, Multi-Purpose Room, 200 Alton Road, Miami Beach, Florida 33139. Questions may be directed in writing to Matthew Garwick, Director of Housing Programs/Operations via fax: 305-674-8001 or email: Note that bidder is required to pay workers on this project the minimum wages as determined in the Wage Determination Decision included in the Bidder's package; and that the contractor must ensure that employees are not discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, or disability. This project is also a Section 3 covered activity. Section 3 requires that job training, employment and contracting opportunities be directed to low and very-low income persons or business owners who live in the project's area. The HACMB reserves the right to accept any proposal deemed to be in the best interest of the HACMB, to waive any informality in any proposal, to reject any or all proposals, or to advertise for new proposals. The HACMB does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, or disability.
by R. Diaz
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
RFQ Developer Pahokee HA 0 Jane Dixon The Pahokee Housing Authority "PHA” is soliciting responses to a Request for Qualifications "RFQ” from qualified Developers for the Revitalization of their housing stock in the city of Pahokee, Florida. A copy of the RFQ may be obtained by contacting TAG Associates, Inc., the financial advisor for the PHA: TAG Associates, Inc.204 N. Village StreetCelebration, FL 34747                                  Attn: Jane Dixon, Associate   Phone 321-939-4943   Facsimile: 321-939-0991      Email: All RFQ responses must be received by the PHA on or before 4:00 pm EST, June 28, 2012. Small and Minority owned business are urged to apply. The Pahokee Housing Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
by Jane Dixon
Friday, June 8, 2012
Deerfield Beach HA Housing Admin and Capital Fund Prog. Management 0 Nadine Jarmon Deerfield Beach Housing Authority Advertisement – Housing Administration and Capital Fund Program Management Services 2012-2 The Deerfield Beach Housing Authority is requesting proposals with statements of qualifications from experienced HUD Housing Administration and Capital Fund Program Managers. The successful party will prove through its submittal that it possesses the qualifications necessary to manage and coordinate various HUD Funding and Capital programs. The successful respondent will demonstrate its success in implementing Capital Fund (CFP) programs, HCV funding oversight, Public Housing Funding oversight, grant management, construction administration, compliance and reporting. Sealed responses to this solicitation will be received by the Deerfield Beach Housing, located at 533 S. Dixie Highway, Suite 201, Deerfield Beach, FL 33441 until Friday, July 6, 2012, 1:00 P.M. EST. Attn: Dr. Nadine Jarmon, Executive Director. A copy of the RFP package may be provided electronically at your request by emailing Dr. Nadine Jarmon at or by contacting the office at (954) 425-8449. The Deerfield Beach Housing Authority reserves the right to reject any or all proposals and to waive any informality in the submission process if it is in the best interest to do so.
by Nadine Jarmon
Friday, June 8, 2012
Hialeah HA RFP for Surveying & Cert. Serv. of UFAS Improvements 0 Y. Oliva NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR SURVEYING AND CERTIFICATION SERVICES OF UFAS IMPROVEMENTS The Hialeah Housing Authority ("HHA”) is requesting proposals from interested parties to provide surveying and certification services in accordance to a Voluntary Compliance Agreement ("VCA”) with United States Department of Housing and Urban Development ("HUD”). Contact: Yosselin Oliva. Telephone: (305) 888-9744 Ex 1011. E-mail: PROPOSALS ARE DUE AT THE ADDRESS SHOWN BELOW NO LATER THAN Monday July 2, 2012 at 4 PM (ESE)at HIALEAH HOUSING AUTHORITY 75 East 6th Street, Hialeah, Florida 33010
by Y. Oliva
Wednesday, June 6, 2012
BOCA RATON HA RFP Energy Audit 0 J. Aigen, Boca Raton Housing Authority The Boca Raton Housing Authority of ­­Boca Raton, Florida will accept competitive sealed proposals for a consulting firm to conduct an energy audits for Dixie Manor, 95 public housing units, located at 1350 N. Dixie Highway, Boca Raton, FL 33432. The energy audit will be conducted in accordance with 24 CFR Part 965, Subpart C, Energy Audits and Energy Conservation Measures, HUD Rehabilitation Energy Guidelines for One-to-Four Family Dwellings, HUD Rehabilitation Energy Guidelines for Multi-Family Dwellings, and HUD Energy Conservation for Housing – A workbook of 1998. Respondents shall submit three bound copies of their proposal to the address below via United States Postal Service, courier or overnight delivery. Proposals must be received at the Administrative Office of the Authority by 4:00 p.m. on July 13, 2012, at which time the proposals received will be opened and reviewed. Negotiations may follow thereafter. RFP's can be obtained by visiting or by calling (561) 206-6200 between the normal business hours. All proposals should be sent to: Judith E. Aigen , Executive Director Boca Raton Housing Authority 2333A W. Glades Rd. Boca Raton, FL 33431 The BRHA reserves the right to reject any or all proposals and to waive any informalities, technicalities or omissions. Responses containing terms and conditions other than those contained herein may be considered nonconforming. The BRHA is an equal opportunity employer and contracting agency.
by J. Aigen, Boca Raton Housing Authority
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Arcadia HA RFP for Legal Services 0 B. Mercer, Arcadia Housing Authority Request for Proposals for Legal Services: Arcadia Housing Authority. This rural, central Florida small Public Housing Authority operates 130 public housing/tax credit units. Proposals are being accepted until 3:00pm on Thursday, June 14, 2012 for Professional Legal General Counsel Services. The responder must be experienced in HUD public housing, Section 8 multifamily and non-profit development programs. References required from Florida PHA's. Full Invitation and RFP available by contacting Becky-Sue Mercer, Interim Executive Director, Arcadia Housing Authority. Email; or by fax 863-494-5364, Office phone 863-494-4343.
by B. Mercer, Arcadia Housing Authority
Thursday, May 31, 2012
Arcadia HA RFQ for Banking Services 0 B. Mercer, Arcadia Housing Authority REQUEST FOR QUOTATION: BANKING SERVICES Release Date May 30, 2012 Deadline for Receipt of Responses: June 14, 2012 Please provide One (1) original and Three (3) copies. INQUIRIES AND PROPOSALS SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO: Becky-Sue Mercer, Interim Executive Director Arcadia Housing Authority 7 Booker T Washington Rd Arcadia, Florida 34266 Email: A. Introduction Arcadia Housing Authority is a public body corporate and politic duly created, organized and existing under the laws of the State of Florida, which receives the majority of its funding through federal and state grants. Annual revenues range from $500,000 to $700,000. The intent of this RFQ is to identify a financially secure banking institution that can offer the highest quality of service at the lowest overall cost to Arcadia Housing Authority. B. Services Solicited • Four commercial checking accounts for operational and payroll activities and one separate Security Deposit account, non-interest bearing. • FDIC insured investment account options to yield the highest rate of return on all funds, including those in excess of $100,000 • Provide access to funds to accommodate cleared checks • Process all deposits and checks • Process wire transfers or other electronic transfers through the banking System • Provide daily online account activity by electronic interface or other means • Provide original cancelled checks or legible copies of both sides of the check Remote Deposit C. Account Activity Monthly estimates for bank transaction activity: Other deposits; 15 deposits per month. Print about 175 checks per month and receive about 110 checks/money orders per month the checks are Agency generated stock. D. RFQ Requirements Proposers must be a qualified public depository. Proposers must adequately describe investment account options. Proposers must disclose all fees and charges associated with the banking services proposed. There is no prescribed format for the proposal. D. Evaluation Overall responsiveness to the RFQ is a major factor in the evaluation process. Chosen bank will be evaluated, scored, rated, ranked and selected based on the ability to provide requested services; experience; operational history, growth & community standing (20pts.) customer service quality; references & survey responses. (10pts.) Federal Home Loan Bank –(FHLB) Atlanta Member (10pts.) financial strength; financial portfolio, other quasi governmental (20pts.) customers. proximity of bank service locations; convenience & (20pts.) operating hours costs associated with business transaction & bank transfer; (20pts.) TOTAL POINTS MAXIMUM 100 pts. The Authority reserves the right to cancel this Request for Quotation, or to reject, in whole or in part, any and all submissions received in response to this Request for Quotation, upon its determination that such cancellation or rejection is in the best interest of the Authority. The Authority further reserves the right to waive any minor informality, or the failure of any respondent to comply therewith, if it is in the public interest to do so. The Authority will pay no compensation to any respondent for any costs related to preparation or submittal of the qualifications. The Authority will reject the proposal of any respondent who is suspended and/or debarred by HUD from providing financial services to public housing authorities, and reserves the right to reject the proposal of any respondent who has previously failed to perform any contract properly for the Authority. The determination of the criteria and process whereby submissions are evaluated and the decision as to who shall receive a contract award shall be at the sole and absolute discretion of the Authority, including Public Entity Crime Act.
by B. Mercer, Arcadia Housing Authority
Thursday, May 31, 2012
Hialeah HA- RFP for UPCS Inspection Services 0 Y. Oliva Hialeah Housing Authority (HHA) is requesting proposals for Section 8 (HQS), Public Housing and Affordable Housing (UPCS) Inspection Services The HHA is seeking "RFP” for Section 8 (HQS), Public Housing and Affordable Housing (UPCS) Inspections with a 1 year from date of award, with an option for 2 additional 1 year renewal periods at the Authority's discretion. RFP is available at the HHA or may be requested via email or by Fax (305-887-8738).  Please contact Yosselin Oliva, ( or 305-888-9744, ext. #1011 to request. Please submit proposals no later than 4:00 PM on June 18th, 2012 Julio Ponce, Executive Director HHA 75 East 6th Street Hialeah, Florida 33010
by Y. Oliva
Friday, May 18, 2012
RFQ for Business Valuation Professional RFQ #2012-10 0 Chad Faison Southwest Florida Affordable Housing Choice Foundation, Inc. (SWFLAHCF) is seeking the services of an experienced, qualified, licensed, certified general appraisal firm, accounting/appraisal firm or individual to provide a business valuation of a company(ies), as of this date to be determined, on a going-concern premise of value, and other related services as requested by SFAHCF. The objective of the valuation is to provide an independent determination of the fair market value of 100% ownership interest in the company. This procurement includes, but is not limited to, preparation of a detailed report with your opinion of value set forth in conformance with requirements of the Uniform Standards of Appraisal Practice of the Appraisal Foundation and Statement No. 1, Statements on Standards for Valuation Services (SSVS no 1), of the Institute of Certified Public Accounts. This service provider must be familiar with the metropolitan Fort Myers/Lee County area and must be proven professionals in working with governmental agencies. The SFAHCF wishes to secure the services of an energetic, creative and experienced professional. A copy of the RFQ can be obtained by contacting: Jeanne S. Dufresne, Procurement Officer, c/o Housing Authority of the City of Fort Myers, 4224 Renaissance Preserve Way, Fort Myers, FL 33916, (239) 344-3244 or through our website . Responses must be received by 4:00 p.m., local time, on Thursday, May 31, 2012. The owner reserves the right to waive formalities in any proposal: to reject any and all bids with or without cause. The owner reserves the right to select the proposal that, in its judgment, will be in the best interest of the Southwest Florida Affordable Housing Choice Foundation. SWFLAHCF encourages local minority and Section 3 participation.
by Chad Faison
Thursday, May 17, 2012
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