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  • Scientists Predict Fewer, But Stronger, Hurricanes

  • Quinn Leaves Seattle, Joins Enterprise

    Adrienne Quinn has resigned as director of the Office of Housing in Seattle and will become vice president for public policy and government relations at Enterprise Community Partners.

  • 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).

  • Using Adhesives to Beef Up Houses

  • Seniors Finalists

    HAYWARD, CALIF.The construction of 104 new apartments and the rehabilitation of 149 existing units come together at Paulson Park Senior Apartments.

  • Seattle Mayor Pushes Housing Levy

    SEATTLE—On three occasions, the voters here agreed to raise their taxes to support affordable housing.

  • Chase Picks Up Where WaMu Left Off

    Washington Mutual has been one of the most prolific lenders to the multifamily industry, originating at least $9 billion in debt annually for the last three years.

  • Seattle Project Saves Taxpayers $4 Million

    SEATTLE—An innovative supportive-housing development saved taxpayers more than $4 million over the first year of operation, according to a new study.

  • Field Report: A Roundup of Recent AffordableHousing Deals

    SEATTLE—The newest affordable housing development has a familiar name.

  • Washington Revises LIHTC Policies

    Several changes are in store for the low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) program in Washington next year, including increasing the general pool to 70 percent.