Guest Commentaries

Enterprise Updates Cost-Effective Framework for All Affordable Housing Thomas Osdoba, vice president of green initiatives at Enterprise Community Partners.

Enterprise's Tom Osdoba and Katie Swenson outline new features of the 2015 Enterprise Green Communities Criteria.

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Served Residents Equal Stable Communities F. Janisse

Flynann Janisse of Rainbow Housing Assistance Corp. explains how resident service programs help stabilize a property.

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A Consistent Approach to Recognizing Developer Fee Revenue

Some consensus is finally forming around the proper accounting method for reporting developer fees in financial statements.

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Project-Based VASH: Powering the Push to End Chronic Homelessness Among Veterans D. Burkhart

Debbie Burkart of National Equity Fund discusses the role of the HUD-VASH program in ending veteran homelessness.

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Latest News

Asset Management and Survival of Nonprofit Owners
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Asset Management and Survival of Nonprofit Owners

Harold Nassau of NeighborWorks America, looks at what it takes for nonprofit... Read more

10 Mayors to Watch
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10 Mayors to Watch

Perhaps no one knows the severity of America’s affordable housing shortage better... Read more

Colorado Awards Disaster Recovery Funds
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Colorado Awards Disaster Recovery Funds

Nine affordable housing projects will receive LIHTCs and other funds. Read more

Bill Seeks to Change LIHTC Student Rule
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Bill Seeks to Change LIHTC Student Rule

The bill would allow recently homeless youth and vets to be eligible for LIHTC... Read more

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Wyoming Awards LIHTCs to 53-Unit Development
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Wyoming Awards LIHTCs to 53-Unit Development

The award will help finance the development of Sage Valley Apartments by Summit... Read more

Boston Financial Wraps Up $152 Million LIHTC Fund
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Boston Financial Wraps Up $152 Million LIHTC Fund

The latest fund will help finance 16 developments. Read more

WNC Closes $126.8 Million LIHTC Fund
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WNC Closes $126.8 Million LIHTC Fund

The latest fund features 17 properties in 12 states and the Virgin Islands. Read more

Texas Development Receives Boost From 2 Other Properties
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Texas Development Receives Boost From 2 Other Properties

Owner borrows funds from two properties to help finance a rehabilitation. Read more

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Projects

Video: San Diego Development Start to Finish Nonprofit BRIDGE Housing and its partners celebrated the grand opening of Celadon at 9th and Broadway in San Diego on May 1.

BRIDGE Housing shows Celadon at 9th & Broadway rise from the ground.

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Workforce Housing Project Begins in Fairfax, Va.

In a unique move, the project uses both 4% and 9% LIHTCs.

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Derelict NYC Building Transformed Into Safe Affordable Housing Development and finance partners celebrated the completion of the 72-unit building at 552 Academy Street in Inwood in mid-April.

552 Academy Street was infamous for being severely blighted and in danger of collapse. But a public-private partnership has turned the building around.

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Enterprise Invests in Its 2,000th Project

Cheryl Chow Court provides 50 apartments in Seattle.

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Latest Features

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Conifer Realty Stands Tall in Affordable Housing Industry Conifer Realty Stands Tall in Affordable Housing Industry

Celebrating its 40th anniversary, the firm positions itself for the future with new developments. Read more

Top Developers Continue to Produce
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Top Developers Continue to Produce

After a healthy 2014, the top affordable housing developers see blue skies ahead... Read more

AHF 50 Owners Stay Strong
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AHF 50 Owners Stay Strong

Preserving and maintaining aging properties rank among the top concerns for owners... Read more

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Small Wonders Small Wonders

Though they aren't afford the economies of scale of larger projects, small developments are a crucial part of the local fabric in many communities. Read more

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