Forty-four developments have been awarded low-income housing tax credit reservations in North Carolina.

The projects, which will provide 2,950 units, are in 36 counties across the state. They will receive about $22.9 million in total housing credits, according to the North Carolina Housing Finance Agency (NCHFA).

For the third consecutive year, a record was set for the most units produced in a cycle, with 452 units more than last year’s awards.

NCHFA also approved four tax-exempt bond deals with 733 units.

The list of projects receiving credits can be found on the agency's website.