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The Surprising Market Resilience of Affordable Housing

Business as usual? Not quite, says an industry expert, but indicators remain strong. More

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A Silver Lining for Affordable Housing

This senior industry leader is encouraged by the surprising good that today’s... More

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The Economic Impact of the LIHTC

Annual LIHTC development activity supports about $9.1 billion in economic income, according to NAHB. More

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The New Normal: Forecasting Lessons Learned From the Recession

Five years after the recession, forecasts are finally reaching a new normal. More

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NAHB Offers Reasons for Optimism About Housing’s Full Recovery

But it will take more than two years to achieve, and not without navigating some road bumps. More

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In Low-Income Neighborhoods, Unexpected Strength in Homeownership

An Urban Institute study finds that homeownership buffered residents of poor neighborhoods from the throws of the recession. More

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Competition Seeks Ideas for Lowering Affordable Housing Costs

At a time when affordable housing financing sources are limited and development costs are under scrutiny, Deutsche Bank and Enterprise Community Partners, Inc., have launched a competition to address the issue of lowering costs. More

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Affordable Housing Industry Reacts to Election

Post-election several industry organizations and leaders are weighing in on the future of the economy and affordable housing and encouraging bipartisanship solutions. More

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Nadji: Despite Headwinds, Multifamily Still a Choice Investment

On the face of it, the robust demand the apartment industry has enjoyed lately appears somewhat inconsistent with our economy. But, on closer evaluation, the seeming disparity isn’t so clear after all. More

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Election Guide Voices

Industry leaders reveal their biggest political fears in regards to housing in 2013. 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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