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    Reducing homelessness is one of three key goals under the Veterans Affairs (VA) budget proposal for 2011.

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    Fresh on the heels of President Obama signing legislation to reform Wall Street, federal officials are turning their attention to revamping the housing finance systems.

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    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

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  • Boston Financial Closes First Fund

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  • CPC, IBM Team Up on Construction Financing Software

    The Community Preservation Corp. (CPC), a nonprofit affordable housing lender for the New York City area, is finally getting rid of its spreadsheets.