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More stories about Developers

  • Construction Still a Pain in the Wallet

    As the single-family housing market began to tank last year, many developers expected construction costs for apartments to drop.

  • Low-Cost Housing a Challenge for Midwest Developers

    Familiar local issues combined with recent changes to federal programs are making the Midwest affordable housing markets more challenging for area developers.

  • The Supportive Housing Boom

    BROOKLYN, N.Y.—A developer here is doing something smart: Adding supportive-housing units to an affordable housing property. Thanks to state incentives, this move is helping to offset development costs.

  • Central Concerns

    Rehabbing existing properties and building more rural and workforce housing have become prime concerns of developers in Texas and other South Central states.

  • Wax Affordable

    More than 80 affordable housing experts will bring their extensive expertise and knowledge to the table at AHF Live: The 2007 Tax Credit Developers’ Summit, to be held Oct. 24-26 in Chicago. 

  • The Case for Building Green

    or years, many developers thought of “green” and “affordable” as incompatible.

  • It Takes a Village

    WILMINGTON, DE. - The Eastlake neighborhood was known as “the Bucket.”

  • Developers Reveal the Costs of DoingBusiness

    Most affordable housing owners and developers expect construction costs to increase between 0 percent and 9 percent, longterm permanent loan rates to remain flat, and low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs) to fetch an average price of about 94 cents per dollar of credit this year.

  • Three’s a Charm

    On July 23, 2006, The Miami Herald dropped a bombshell.

  • Affordable Housing Alchemy

    Developers across the country face fierce competition for 9 percent low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs), with 19 states last year reporting that demand for the credits was more than twice the supply, data gathered by AFFORDABLE HOUSING FINANCE shows.