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When PNC Financial Services Group, Inc., completed its acquisition of ARCS Commercial Mortgage in July, it set an aggressive course for 2008.
Wells Fargo Multifamily Capital expects to grow its business by 20 percent in 2008 and is staffing up with some industry heavyweights in anticipation of the increased production.
Ridgid's new Quick-Acting Vises have a trigger that frees the jaws from the adjustment screw, allowing you to open or close them quickly to suit the task at hand.
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Our annual listing of features and departments.
RALIEGH—North Carolina housing officials may have mercy on cost-strapped affordable housing developers next year.
BOSTON—Officials here may increase the amount of lowincome housing tax credits (LIHTCs) that they set aside to finance projects to preserve existing affordable housing.
Affordable housing developers will be able to procure construction financing next year with relative ease, even as the rates and terms of permanent debt become more challenging.
When Hurricane Katrina knocked down trees and cut electrical power to Meridian, Miss.,
As the single-family housing market began to tank last year, many developers expected construction costs for apartments to drop.
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