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  • HUD Secretary Addresses Green Homes & Sustainable Communities Conference

    Today, Thursday, July 29, leaders in the fields of building, development, and financing met in Washington D.C., for a two-day conference focusing on green, affordable housing and other forms of community development.

  • Feds Announce $3 Billion for Struggling Homeowners

    WASHINGTON, D.C.—Another $3 billion is being directed to homeowners struggling with unemployment, announced federal officials this week.

  • Homestead Capital to Merge with NEF

    Homestead Capital, a Portland-Ore.-based nonprofit syndicator of low-income housing tax credits, will become part of the National Equity Fund, Inc. (NEF).

  • HUD Awards NSP3 Grants

    Washington, D.C.— An additional $1 billion has been awarded to all states and a number of local communities under the third round of the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP).

  • Boston Capital Closes Major Fund

    BOSTON—Boston Capital announced the closing of Boston Capital Tax Credit Fund XXXIII, a nationally diversified portfolio of 49 affordable apartment properties in 20 states and the District of Columbia.

  • Major Boston Redevelopment Opens

    BOSTON—City and state officials recently celebrated the opening of the first phase of the redevelopment of the Washington Beech public housing project in the city’s Roslindale neighborhood.

  • The Mother of Invention

    A YEAR LIKE 2009 FORCED MANY DEALMAKERS TO THINK OUTSIDE OF THE BOX.

  • Preservation Priority for HUD

    WASHINGTON, D.C.—I am delighted to serve as a guest editor of AFFORDABLE HOUSING FINANCE, particularly because this issue’s focus is on housing preservation, which is so closely aligned with our work at the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

  • Revitalizing R Street

    WASHINGTON, D.C. More than 10,000 affordable housing units could be lost in Washington, D.C., by next year as owners contemplate exiting government programs and raising rents, according to the National Housing Trust.