Accessible Housing

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America’s Homeless Crisis

States across the country are increasingly encouraging the development of supportive housing through their low income housing tax credit (LIHTC) programs. More

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KENTUCKY

FRANKPORT—Projects centered on preservation of existing housing stock and green construction methods will be the focus of the Kentucky Housing Corp.’s (KHC) 2008 qualified allocation plan. More

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MICHIGAN

LANSING—The Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA) has overhauled its 2008 qualified allocation plan (QAP), proposing significant changes that include mandating green and sustainable design features, introducing new holdback criteria, and changing the way income levels are calculated. More

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Best of the Best

Innovative, diverse, and green: That’s what describes the projects selected to receive AFFORDABLE HOUSING FINANCE’s 2007 Readers’ Choice Awards for the Nation’s Best Affordable Housing Developments. More

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BEST SPECIAL-NEEDS PROJECT:Chicago Development Changing Lives

CHICAGO—Anthony Sugel has a place to call home. He moved into his new apartment March 1.  More

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Mixing Tenants, Respecting Tradition

BRONX, NY - Integrating people with special needs with working families in a... More

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Coddington Place Provides a New Start for AbusedWomen

COOS BAY, ORE. - Coddington Place is a safe home for women and children escaping... More

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Q & A

A Auger: We’ve hired a supportive-housing coordinator who is working toward developing a coordinated approach with a variety of stakeholders who want housing for their consumers. More

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The Power of Multiplication

Chicago— In the world of neighborhood development, local officials have come up with dozens of ploys to make each dollar in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds they receive worth more than a dollar. More

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Serving Special-Needs Populationsand Underwriting Tenant Services

State housing finance agencies are increasingly giving priority to supportive-housing developments through their low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) programs. 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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