Starwood REIT Acquires Two Affordable Housing Portfolios
The acquisition includes 32 communities with over 4,600 units in the Mid-Atlantic...
Textile Mill Brought Back to Life in Graham, N.C.
Cohen-Esrey, Third Wave Housing pair federal historic credits and 4% LIHTCs with...
Avanath Acquires 553 Units .
The deal adds more than 500 units to the firm's portfolio.
Shelburne Joins Novogradac Firm
Mark Shelburne joins Novogradac & Co. after 13 years with the North Carolina...
Boston Capital Invests in N.C. Projects
The LIHTC syndicator invests in two North Carolina projects being developed by SNW...
RALEIGH, N.C.—State officials here are done worrying about the credit crisis, which stranded hundreds of affordable housing developers without investors to buy their low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs).
N.C. meets challenges with multiple programs
RALEIGH, N.C. North Carolina’s qualified allocation plan (QAP) for 2006 includes a maximum federal tax credit award of $850,000 to any one project, or $8,500 per low-income unit.