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  • Boston Capital Invests in N.J. Development

    Boston Capital has invested in Whitney Crescent, a to-be-built 80-unit multifamily development for families in Glassboro, N.J.

  • HUD to Award $25 Million in Rural Areas

    The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced the availability of $25 million in grants to help rural and tribal communities address distressed housing conditions and concentrated poverty.

  • Field Report: Latest Affordable Housing Dealsand Financing

    Boston—The Community Builders, one of the nation’s largest nonprofit urban developers, and Charlesview, Inc

  • NSP Competitive Grants Announced

    Nearly 60 grantees were awarded $2 billion under the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) funds, announced the Department of Housing and Urban Development on Jan. 15.

  • NMTC Deals Move Forward in N.Y., L.A.

    Enterprise Community Investment, Inc.

  • Supporting Innovation: The OHFA HousingInvestment Fund

    In 2008, the Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA) board approved the creation of the Housing Investment Fund (HIF) to support affordable housing initiatives that do not qualify for existing funding sources

  • Donovan: HUD’s 2011 Budget ReassertsCommitment to Rental Housing

    The Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) proposed 2011 budget delivers a message, said Secretary Shaun Donovan.

  • Developers Diversify to Stay Recession-Proof

    The Great Recession has already claimed some of the industry’s largest owners and developers—Fairfield Residential, Bethany Group, Lembi, Babcock and Brown, Opus Corp.

  • Discouraged Equity Investors Turn to Development Opportunities

    The funds are here. The opportunities, not so much.

  • HUD Secretary Addresses Green Homes & Sustainable Communities Conference

    Today, Thursday, July 29, leaders in the fields of building, development, and financing met in Washington D.C., for a two-day conference focusing on green, affordable housing and other forms of community development.