Land Transfer Program (LTP)
The purpose of the Land Transfer Program is to incentivize:
Specifically, this Program authorizes the City to sell qualifying city-owned real property and resell tax-foreclosed real property to for-profit, non-profit and/or religious organizations in a direct sale at less than fair market value of the land; consistent with the authorizing state statute(s) or city ordinance(s).
The sale of real property pursuant to the Land Transfer Program enables the City to facilitate the development of housing units that will be offered for sale, lease or lease-purchase to low - and moderate - income households, and on appropriate parcels of land. In addition, it enables the City to facilitate the development of commercial uses such as neighborhood retail. Follow the link to view the Land Transfer Inventory List.
The operation of the Land Transfer Program aligns with the City's existing affordable housing production goals as outlined in the adopted Dallas Housing Policy 2033. The portfolio of real property sold under this Program shall be developed to serve the range of income bands as well as the percentage of each income band identified in the production goals of the Dallas Housing Policy 2033. To learn more, please read the Land Transfer Program Statement.
The Department of Housing & Neighborhood Revitalization presented an overview of the Land Development programs to the Housing & Homelessness Solutions (HHS) Committee on September 23, 2021. To learn more about the Land Transfer Program (LTP) and Land Bank Program (LBP) please watch the video below, or view the full HHS Council Committee meeting available on the Dallas City News Network page.
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Only "Qualified Participating Developers" may purchase land from the Land Transfer Program. To be eligibable as a Qualified Participating Developer, a developer must:
How to Apply:
Applicants ("Qualified Participating Developers") shall submit a complete application composed of all scored documentation and exhibits in duplicate on two separate flash drives. Each document saved should be clearly labeled identifying the portion of the application with which it corresponds. Excel spreadsheets may not link to external data sources and must be unlocked so that all data, including formulas, are viewable.
Completed applications should be submitted to:
City of Dallas – Housing & Neighborhood Revitalization DepartmentAttn: Land Transfer Program ManagerDOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION
City of Dallas – Housing & Neighborhood Revitalization Department
Attn: Land Transfer Program Manager
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