Housing Finance Reform Conference Set for Aug. 17
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.
Choosing the Best Debt Financing Strategy in an Unpredictable Market
While the ultra-low interest rate environment is prompting many owners to deleverage, the market’s volatility is forcing much more conservative underwriting, said panelists at “Choosing the Best Debt Financing Strategy in an Unpredictable Mark
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
A 2011 Glance at LIHTC Allocations
Deals that can get across the finish line.
Boston Financial Closes First Fund
Boston Financial Investment Management announced the closing of its first low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) investment fund, BF Advantaged Tax Credits I.
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.
Treasury Announces Support for HFA Bond Programs
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.
Syndicator Eyes Return to Market
BOSTON Boston Financial Investment Management is preparing its first low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) fund since its change from MMA Financial.
The Case for Preservation
One of the best arguments for preserving affordable housing emerges out of the wreckage left by the housing and financial crisis.
HUD May Get More Money
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.