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Boston Financial Investment Management announced the closing of its first low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) investment fund, BF Advantaged Tax Credits I.
Responding to credit market problems that have hampered housing finance agency (HFA) bond programs, the Treasury Department has announced an initiative to support new housing bonds and help HFAs carry existing bonds.
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Congress seems poised to approve a fiscal 2010 Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) appropriations bill (H.R. 3288) that provides more money for key programs than the Obama administration requested.
The possibility of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae selling a large portion of their lowincome housing tax credit (LIHTC) portfolios looms over the struggling tax credit market.
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While construction financing remains relatively affordable, fewer deals are penciling out these days, and underwriting standards continue to tighten.
President Barack Obama has outlined a fiscal 2010 budget that provides more funding for federal housing programs, including $1 billion for the national Affordable Housing Trust Fund.
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