North Dakota

Administration Names Promise Zones
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Administration Names Promise Zones

The 2016 group is the final set of communities selected for the initiative. More

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North Dakota Awards LIHTCs

Six developments are set to receive $2.7 million in LIHTC authority. More

Pop Quiz with David Brown
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Pop Quiz with David Brown

David Brown, president and CEO of Home Matters, is shining a spotlight on the... More

Boomtown Gets New Seniors Housing
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Boomtown Gets New Seniors Housing

Developer converts historic Williston High School into 44 units of housing. More

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IRS Distributes Unused LIHTC Carryover

The IRS distributes the LIHTC carryover to 35 states and Puerto Rico. More

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Affordable Housing Gap Continues

Only 31 affordable rental units were available for every 100 extremely low-income households in 2012. More

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Inside the HFAs Inside the HFAs

Ten HFA executives from around the nation discuss their priorities and the latest changes to their LIHTC QAPs. Plus: the market trends they’re watching, from demographics and affordability to high prices for construction and land. More

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States Continue to Push Green Housing States Continue to Push Green Housing

Third-party green building certification programs are becoming increasingly important in state QAPs, according to Global Green USA's 2013 analysis. More

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People On The Move

Read about the latest hires and promotions at McCormack Baron Salazar, CDT, Jonathan Rose, and other affordable housing firms. More

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GSEs Support Multifamily with $54.7 Billion in 2013

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac provided $54.7 billion in financing for the multifamily market in 2013, with a significant focus on affordable housing. The two government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) also met the goals set by their conservator, the Federal Housing Finance Agency, to reduce multifamily volumes by 10 percent relative to 2012 levels. More

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