Tax-Exempt Bonds

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Freddie Mac to Buy, Securitize Tax-Exempt Loans

Freddie Mac says it will buy multifamily loans from its Targeted Affordable Housing (TAH) lender network and securitize them into a new series called M-Deals. More

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LIHTC Survives Tax Reform Draft; Big Changes Proposed

Industry reacts to Rep. Camp's much-anticipated tax reform draft, which preserves the LIHTC but introduces major changes. More

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Donovan Dissects RAD Numbers

At AHF Live, HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan shares the latest RAD numbers and pushes for the program to be expanded. More

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IRS Announces 2014 LIHTC, Bond Caps

The amount used to calculate the LIHTC ceiling next year is the greater of $2.30 multiplied by the state population or $2,635,000. More

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Moody's Issues Negative Outlook for HFAs

HFAs will continue to be challenged by several factors, including low interest rates on investments. More

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Debt Financing in 2013 [VIDEO]

Freddie Mac’s Kim Griffith and PNC Real Estate’s Tom Booher discuss what’s in... More

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Debt Market for Bond Deals Fleshes Out

The debt market for tax-exempt bonds has certainly come a long way since the depths of the recession, said panelists at the recent AHF Live conference. More

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Freddie Refocuses on Preservation, Starts Green Refi Program

Freddie Mac has spent the last couple of years heavily focused on bond deals, but is now concentrating on winning more preservation business, an effort which may be furthered by a new joint program with HUD. More

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Tax-Exempt Bond Market Sings the Blues

The NRP Group has employed tax-exempt bonds on many new developments throughout its 15-year history. More

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Tax-Exempt Bond Demand Likely To Rise

Demand for tax-exempt bond financing is likely to jump in 2008, partly as a result of the subprime lending crisis that rocked capital markets over the summer and sent spreads on conduit loans soaring, bond professionals say. 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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