CMHC Accessibility Qualification Assessment

Does your project meet CMHC funding criteria?

Are you interested in accessibility points in one of the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) funding programs such as MLI Select, Affordable Housing Fund, Rapid Housing Initiative, Co-operative Housing Development Program (CHDP), etc., but unsure if your new or existing build could meet the criteria? Beautifully Inclusive, with our expertise in the program’s accessibility criteria, can give you the confidence and guidance you need.

CMHC programs all use point systems to award incentives based on affordability, energy efficiency, and accessibility. We understand that the accessibility point system can be confusing and time-consuming, especially for those who don’t specialize in accessibility. Beautifully Inclusive is here to provide you with the support you need so you don’t have to navigate this complex system alone.

With the specific information you provide, Beautifully Inclusive can determine whether your project fits the CMHC program you are interested in. We take a tailored approach, understanding the unique aspects of your project and how they align with the program’s criteria to provide you with the most accurate assessment.

Introducing the Accessibility Qualification Assessment by Beautifully Inclusive.

This fast assessment cuts through the clutter, quickly giving you an expert opinion of your project’s compatibility based on current program requirements. 

Fast Insight

Get your assessment in as little as one business day. 

Expert Guidance

Let our experience guide your way and show you where to focus. 

Save Time & Money

This early assessment is a low cost way to identify gaps before you’re too far down the road. 

How it works

1) Reach out with the form below to get started. 

2) Once we have connected, we will ask you to complete our easy intake form so we can focus on giving you an accurate assessment.

3) Receive your brief! We’ll compile everything into a brief explaining where your build is expected to meet the accessibility qualification criteria, where it may fall short, and some next steps. 

Get started

Accessibility Qualification Inquiry

MLI, AHF, etc.
Tell us a little bit about your project and what you are looking for.