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Key Races to Watch on Election Night

Affordable housing leaders tell us what key elections races to track this year. More

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Housing Finance Reform Plan Released

Johnson-Crapo housing finance reform proposal funds National Housing Trust Fund, eliminates GSEs. More

After The Storm
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After The Storm

TBG Residential rebuilds Tuscaloosa property in record time with help of partners. More

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Coping with Rising Insurance Costs

Against the larger picture of rising operating expenses, apartment owners are getting more resourceful when it comes to managing insurance costs. More

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Fannie Mae Programs: New Products, Streamlined Service HelpBuild Volume

The slowing economy did nothing to reduce permanent loan demand during 2001, at least not for Fannie Mae More

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Leading Developers Pile on High-end Amenities to Attract Tenants

Owners of large apartment communities are bulking up on amenities like never before with the goal of offering residents a package of services that is more appealing than single-family homeownership. More

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Owners Turn to Property Management Firms as ‘StrategicPartners’

Ten or 15 years ago, owners typically viewed their management company as a rent collector and a parking-lot sweeper More

Streamlined Precision
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Streamlined Precision

Fannie Mae has reorganized its affordable multifamily division hoping to speed up... More

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AHIC Leader on the Year Ahead

As the affordable housing industry tries to rebound from a blistering year marked by a critical drop in capital, the Affordable Housing Investors Council (AHIC) will have plenty of work ahead. More

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Commentary: To Unlock Capital for Multifamily Housing, Raise FHA Mortgage Limits

Low per-unit mortgage base limits constitute a significant flaw in an otherwise highly worthwhile Federal Housing Administration (FHA) mortgage insurance program. More

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