New Mexico

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Developers Move to Rehabilitate 20 New Mexico Properties

The deal marks the largest 4% housing credit and bond transaction in the state. More

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Development Highlights Communal Living on New Mexico’s Pueblo of Acoma

Cedar Hills Apartments brings 30 units of much-needed housing to pueblo. More

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Housing, Grocery Store Seek to Boost Downtown Albuquerque

UnitedHealthcare provided $11.9 million in LIHTC equity. More

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Affordable Housing Gap Continues

Only 31 affordable rental units were available for every 100 extremely low-income households in 2012. More

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Route 66 Motel Revamped into Apartments

A historic Route 66 motel in Albuquerque, N.M., is rehabilitated into affordable housing. More

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Pop Quiz: Mark Allison, executive director of the SupportiveHousing Coalition of New Mexico

Mark Allison has been working to prevent and end homelessness for 20 years. More

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Edward Mazria Receives Hanley Award for Visionand Leadership in Sustainable Housing

Washington, D.C.—Santa Fe, N.M., architect and champion of building energy efficiency Edward Mazria, AIA, was named this year’s winner of The 2009 Hanley Award for Vision and Leadership in Sustainable Housing More

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ALBUQUERQUE—Affordable housing developers in New Mexico requested more than $11.7 million in 9 percent low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs) this year. Seven projects received about $4.94 million in LIHTC reservations. More

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Q&A with Mike Loftin, executive director of Homewise, inc.

MIKE LOFTIN has been the executive director of Homewise, Inc., in Santa Fe, N.M., since 1992. Founded in 1986, the nonprofit organization has helped more than 1,600 people purchase their homes and more than 800 people keep their homes by providing financial and technical assistance for home repair. More

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