Independent Housing Associations Form National Board
CohnReznick brings together state leaders to combine advocacy efforts and share...
HUD Highlights Katrina Recovery Efforts
$20 billion in HUD investments aids housing, infrastructure, and businesses in the...
The Woda Group Continues Consistent Growth
The Ohio-based developer started 17 affordable housing developments with more than...
HUD Announces Choice Neighborhood Planning Grants
$3.2 million will help communities in Alabama, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, and Nevada revitalize neighborhoods.
Nonprofit Rebuilds in Tornado-Ravaged Town
New affordable townhomes are coming to Phil Campbell, Ala., which suffered...
After The Storm
TBG Residential rebuilds Tuscaloosa property in record time with help of partners.
Summit Builds First Modular Project
MONTGOMERY, ALA. Summit Housing Partners is building its latest project using...
HUD Announces Disaster Help for StormVictims
U.S. Housing Secretary Shaun Donovan has announced disaster assistance to help recent storm victims in Tennessee and Alabama.
MONTGOMERY—Demand for low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs) exploded in Alabama over the last two years, more than doubling compared to 2005 demand, and is likely to remain high in 2008 as developers respond to the state’s increased LIHTC authority with a surge in project proposals.