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RFQ for Market Study Analysts

The New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority (MFA) is seeking qualification statements from qualified, capable persons or firms, who by reason of their skill, knowledge, and experience are able to furnish MFA with affordable multifamily rental real estate market analyses for LIHTC and non-LIHTC, MFA-financed projects, and who desire to be placed on our list of approved providers. Qualification statements must address all elements outlined in the Minimum Qualifications and Requirements of this RFQ.

RFQ Timeline

Activity Date
MFA Publishes RFP Wednesday, April 27, 2022
Deadline to Submit Questions Friday, May 20, 2022
Deadline for Receipt of Proposals Friday, May 27, 2022
Preliminary Approval Notices Friday, June 10, 2022
Protest Period Begins Friday, June 10, 2022
Protest Period Ends Monday, June 27, 2022
Present Approval Recommendations to MFA Chief Lending Officer Friday, July 15, 2022
Final Notification of Approval Based on Authorization of MFA Chief Lending Officer Friday, July 15, 2022

RFQ Documents

New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority Request for Qualifications: Market Study Analysts

RFQ FAQ

Question 1:

Will the agency be hiring the analyst directly, or will any developer seeking to apply for credits be required to hire an analyst from the approved list?

Answer:

MFA will not be hiring the analyst directly, the purpose of the RFQ is to place qualified persons or firm on an approved list for developers who are requesting funding from MFA to utilize.

Question 2:

If the agency will hire direct, we can propose a not-to-exceed fee per study based on the number of studies ordered concurrently. If the applicant can hire, our fees can vary based on the timing of the request, firm capacity, location of market, and discounts can be offered for concurrent studies ordered. Should we include the range of fees that can be expected for the applicants?

Answer:

A fee basis consisting of a fee range that can be expected for applicants is acceptable. The fee range shall be an all inclusive rate per market study.

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