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  • Housing and Economic Recovery Act: Median Incomes and Rent Growth at LIHTC Properties

    The impact of the Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008 (HERA), as reflected in the 2009 median family incomes (MFI), has brought a welcome reversal to the problem of no rent growth at Sec. 42 low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) properties, along with a few other benefits for underwriting...

  • PEP's Most Ambitious Project

    PETALUMA, CALIF.—The 58-unit Casa Grande Senior Apartments is the largest and most innovative development that PEP Housing has built in its 30-year history. It is also the model that the nonprofit organization will use for all future projects.

  • Obama Outlines Spending Plans

    President Barack Obama has outlined a fiscal 2010 budget that provides more funding for federal housing programs, including $1 billion for the national Affordable Housing Trust Fund.

  • Look on the Brighter Side

    The news continues to be bleak, and signs of the economic downturn on the affordable housing industry are evident in AFFORDABLE HOUSING FINANCE’s exclusive rankings of the Top 50 owners and developers.

  • HUD Team Takes Shape

    WASHINGTON, D.C. Carol Galante is taking her experience as an affordable housing developer to the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

  • Tapping FHA Funds

    The challenges of today's tight lending environment have forced low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) developers to dig even deeper to make deals happen. Developers are challenged to fill funding gaps with resources that are still viable in today's market.

  • What's Ahead for Donovan

    WASHINGTON, D.C.—Shaun Donovan has promised to make the foreclosure crisis “job one” in his role as secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

  • POP QUIZ

    MEET GARY GORMAN, president and CEO of Gorman & Co., Inc., a Wisconsin-based firm specializing in urban renewal projects.

  • Regional News

    COLUMBUS, OHIO The Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA) Board recently approved more than $5 million to fund affordable housing;

  • NEWS

    EIGHT LOCAL NONPROFIT organizations and one city agency will share in $10.4 million to provide housing for people with AIDS.