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  • More Equity Flows into LIHTC Market

    Low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) pricing will increase or, at the very least, hold steady for the next several months, according to a survey of 17 national and regional syndicators.

  • Artists Lofts Receive LIHTC Equity

    PATCHOGUE, N.Y—Raymond James Tax Credit Funds announced that it has partnered with Capital One Financial Corp. to provide $8 million in low-income housing tax credit equity for the construction of 45 units of studio and living space for artists.

  • Syndicators Report Improved LIHTC Market

    An increased flow of low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) equity led to a better-than-expected first six months of the year for many tax credit syndicators.

  • Finding and Navigating Construction Capital

    Access to construction capital is starting to loosen up, but the process of structuring a construction loan and putting together a feasible capital stack has become trickier, according to panelists at AHF Live: The 2010 Affordable Housing Developers Summ

  • LIHTC Equity Market Sees Rapid Changes

    The return of investor capital has meant a swift and dramatic rise in the price of low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs) going into 2011.

  • Hagan Sees Hopeful Signs

    CHICAGO—Joe Hagan is feeling better about the low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) market these days.

  • What's Ahead for Enterprise

    COLUMBIA, MD.—Charles Werhane has taken over Enterprise Community Investment, Inc., at a critical time.

  • Caution Ahead

    A number of the mistakes made by developers are the same that have been made for years

  • LIHTC Investors, Syndicators Weigh Market Outlook

    When looking at deals, it used to be about the three Ls-location, location, location.

  • The Wall Street Player

    Editor's Note: AFFORDABLE HOUSING FINANCEhas selected 15 outstanding industry leaders under the age of 40. These 15 individuals are being featured in the June, July, September, October, and November issues.