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  • Affordable Housing Debt Outlook for 2011

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  • One Project, 19 Funding Sources

    KENTFIELD, CALIF. — If someone had told me that PEP Housing would be building a 13-unit seniors housing development here with 19 sources of funding on a parcel the size of a postage stamp (0.38 acres) and seven years in the making, I would have tol

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