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Housing for Formerly Homeless Vets, Low-Income Households Opens in D.C.
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Housing for Formerly Homeless Vets, Low-Income Households Opens in D.C.

Nonprofit Community Solutions and nationwide developer McCormack Baron Salazar... More

Rescue Mission
Dantes Partners Makes Its Mark on D.C.
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Dantes Partners Makes Its Mark on D.C.

Firm breaks ground on four developments and acquires one in 2015. More

AHF Announces Readers’ Choice Finalists
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AHF Announces Readers’ Choice Finalists

Thirty-four finalists in nine categories have been selected as part of the 2014-15... More

Top Stories of 2014
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Top Stories of 2014

Affordable Housing Finance, with help from several industry leaders, looks back on... More

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Gap Financing Growing Concern for Advocates

Being able to provide enough financing to serve the renters with the most need is a problem on the minds of housing advocates this year and gap financing is one of the deepest pains for affordable developers this year. More

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FHFA Proposes Housing Goals for Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac

FHFA seeks comments on its proposed housing goals for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. More

D.C. Housing Authority Opens Assisted-Living Project
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D.C. Housing Authority Opens Assisted-Living Project

The District of Columbia Housing Authority joins a small number of PHAs certified... More

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$3.5 Billion in NMTCs Awarded

Eighty-seven organizations will receive New Markets Tax Credits (NMTCs) to revitalize low-income neighborhoods across the country. More

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HUD Awards $1.8 Billion for Public Housing

The grants will help public housing authorities make large-scale improvements to the nation’s 1.1 million public housing units. More

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