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SAN DIEGO—While many affordable housing developers in California are struggling with the state’s freeze on bond funds, at least one development is proceeding as expected.
DENVER—This is how many aff ordable housing units Mercy Housing owns: 14,515. This is how many units Mercy has in some phase of development: 5,400. And this is how many Mercy wants to participate in over the next fi ve years: 65,000.
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SAN FRANCISCO—Some cities are broke. The low-income housing tax credit market is down about 30 percent, and critical bond money for housing programs in California is about to come to an end.
CWCapital has acquired multifamily lender Sierra Capital Partners in a push to expand on the West Coast.
The California Tax Credit Allocation Committee has released its proposed regulation changes for 2010.
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