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USA Properties Fund Shows Its Strength
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USA Properties Fund Shows Its Strength

Firm surpasses 11,000 units in its portfolio for first time. More

Redefining 'Affordability': Should It Include More of the Middle?
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Redefining 'Affordability': Should It Include More of the Middle?

Here's an exploration of the definition of “affordable” in affordable housing,... More

Public–Private Partnership to Create Long-Term Affordable Housing in Austin
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Public–Private Partnership to Create Long-Term Affordable Housing in Austin

CDT teams with Austin Affordable Housing Corp. to acquire two market-rate... More

Report: NYC Losing Affordable Units in High-Opportunity Neighborhoods
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Report: NYC Losing Affordable Units in High-Opportunity Neighborhoods

Over the next decade, more than 58,000 units of subsidized rental housing will be... More

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Richman Raises $474 Million in Three Funds

The properties that will be acquired by these funds will provide affordable housing for families, seniors, and special-needs tenants and will add almost 6,000 units to Richman's portfolio of more than 100,000 units. More

Land Swap a Win-Win
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Land Swap a Win-Win

Development team replaces original Charlesview Apartments with a mixed-use... More

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Industry Leaders Discuss HUD Budget, Multifamily for Tomorrow Transformation

With two years left in the Obama administration, the maturing inventory and making FHA work with LIHTC will be targets for the agency. More

People On The Move 12.1.14
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People On The Move 12.1.14

Read about the change in leadership at the Non-Profit Housing Association of... More

Project-Based VASH: Powering the Push to End Chronic Homelessness Among Veterans
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Project-Based VASH: Powering the Push to End Chronic Homelessness Among Veterans

Debbie Burkart of National Equity Fund discusses the role of the HUD-VASH program... More

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On Demand

In nearly every real estate sector, supply and demand rule. Developers pore over research reports that measure, as precisely as possible, a submarket’s demand. And upturns often end because too many developers read those same reports. More

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