Affordable Housing Finance magazine has opened its 2015 Readers’ Choice Awards. The...
Developers are answering the call to build affordable housing for veterans. Read about...
It’s time to be counted in Affordable Housing Finance’s annual AHF 50 lists of the top...
The new HUD secretary talks about his policy priorities and speculation that he'll...
HUD has published an interim program rule, providing guidance to state and local entities for implementing the National Housing Trust Fund.
California Gov. Jerry Brown and HUD Secretary Julian Castro announce plans to expand financing for energy improvements in multifamily housing in the state.
Here's a video of HUD Secretary Julian Castro on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.
Nixon Peabody's Alison Torbitt outlines steps you can take to protect against liability issues related to properties with environmental hazards.
The Community Development Trust (CDT) is committing $100 million to assist projects using the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program.
COVER STORY: Operation Vet Support - A new wave of developments like Victory Gardens in Newington, Conn., is answering the call to help veterans in need
AHF's Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Issue
Lisa Vecchietti of Lancaster Pollard discusses Year 15 refinancing options.
Debbie Burkart of National Equity Fund discusses the role of the HUD-VASH program in ending veteran homelessness.
John Fioramonti of the Tax Credit Group of Marcus & Millichap examines the fundamentals of the LIHTC market.
The affordable housing sphere is a very unique planet in the residential universe. We use phrases like “mission-driven” to describe what sets it apart, and many of those involved in this industry say they were called to it, as though it were a religious experience. Just listen to how this year’s...
Developers are answering the call to build affordable housing for veterans. Read about the latest developments from around the country.
Affordable Housing Finance magazine has opened its 2015 Readers’ Choice Awards. The entry period continues through March 23.
City Real Estate Advisors announced closing $430 million in investor equity in 2014 and raising another $45 million from investors in transactions that will close in the first quarter of this year.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday will hear arguments in a case that could change the way low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs) are allocated.
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