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Each month of 2008 brought more doom and gloom to the nation’s mounting economic crisis, and better news doesn’t appear to be on the horizon.
The affordable housing community will look back on the summer of 2008 as one of great accomplishment in working with members of both parties and the administration to enact the most farreaching housing law in decades, the Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008.
Since Labor Day, I’ve been inundated with news regarding the many economic and meteorological storms hitting the nation.
San Francisco—The business of community development is booming.
Apartment borrowers are still waiting. Conduit loans, everyone’s favorite highleverage financing, have been unavailable since the capital crisis began last fall.
Apartment borrowers are still waiting. Conduit loans, everyone’s favorite highleverage financing, have been unavailable since the capital crisis began last fall
Phoenix—Despite a generally gloomy view of the U.S. economy, the attendees at this magazine’s annual conference here were upbeat about their own apartment businesses.
Phoenix—As apartment owners and developers gather here for this magazine’s annual conference, there’s a lot for them to feel positive about despite the nation’s economic downturn and the sinking stock market.
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