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How Long Can Current LIHTC Prices Last?

Tax credit veterans explain what's going on with prices and yields and share their market outlook. More

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Heading Into Year 15: Top 10 Considerations for General Partners

Bank of America’s Marianne Votta shares steps for transitioning expiring tax credit properties. More

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Holding Steady

Affordable housing's top owners look ahead to preservation strategies and potentially fewer funding options. More

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At Your Service

Lenders fought hard against stiff competition to make loans to affordable housing properties in 2013. Among those competitors, commercial banks once again crowd the top of affordable housing ­finance’s annual list of the biggest lenders. More

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Related's Finkle Is Bullish on Affordable Housing

The president of the nation's third-largest affordable housing owner sits down... More

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IRS Issues Historic Tax Credit Guidance

Safe harbor established for structuring allocations of historic tax credits. More

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Warning: Your Assessor Doesn't Understand Tax Credit Properties

Owners of low-income housing tax credit properties face an unending struggle to keep their property tax assessments at a reasonable level. More

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Minimize Real Estate Transfer Taxes in Low-Income Housing Transactions

Whether it is called a documentary stamp tax or a transfer tax, most states and some local jurisdictions tax conveyances of real property. More

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Overheated Core: Multifamily Values Flatten in Top Markets

With the exception of Manhattan, a market that's the exception to a lot of rules, the nation's core coastal markets saw little if any cap rate compression last year. More

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Unfair Assessments?

Low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) properties continue to face uncertain treatment at the hands of property tax assessors who too often take a conventional approach to an unconventional appraisal assignment. More

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2024 Readers’ Choice Awards Open for Nominations

The deadline to enter your outstanding affordable housing developments is April 1. More

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