Hurricanes

Gulf Coast Resurgence
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Gulf Coast Resurgence

AHF highlights 10 developments that have increased the housing stock and... More

Nonprofit Rebuilds in Tornado-Ravaged Town
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Nonprofit Rebuilds in Tornado-Ravaged Town

New affordable townhomes are coming to Phil Campbell, Ala., which suffered... More

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Housing Advocates Named MacArthur Fellows

John Henneberger of the Texas Low Income Housing Information Service and Rick Lowe of Project Row Houses are MacArthur Fellows. More

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The Path to Resiliency The Path  to Resiliency

Heeding lessons learned from Hurricane Sandy, affordable ­housing groups strengthen their buildings, organizations, and preparedness plans More

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When Disaster Strikes When Disaster Strikes

With the numerous natural disasters that have plagued various areas of the country over the past several years, ranging from hurricanes Katrina and Sandy to the Joplin, Mo., tornadoes, many affordable housing projects and their stakeholders have felt the physical and financial effects left in the wake of these events. Among these effects is the possibility of tax credit loss and even recapture. More

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Are You Prepared for a Disaster?

Hurricane Sandy has prompted many affordable housing providers to analyze and revise their emergency plans and engage residents so they are better prepared when disaster strikes. More

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A Major N.Y. Housing Development Bounces Back A Major N.Y. Housing Development Bounces Back

New owners have revived a community that was suffering from years of distress and damage from Hurricane Sandy. More

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Seniors Find Energy-Efficient Homes in New Orleans Seniors Find Energy-Efficient Homes in New Orleans

Heritage Seniors Residences is the final housing phase for Columbia Parc at the Bayou District. More

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The Impact of Sandy on the LIHTC Industry

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will temporarily suspend low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) tenant-income limitations and non-transiency rules to allow project owners to rent their vacant units to individuals and families who lost their homes due to Hurricane Sandy even if those individuals do not qualify as low-income persons. More

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NYCHA Hit Hard by Sandy

Superstorm Sandy delivered a huge blow to New York City’s public housing. More

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