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Two of the nation’s top Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) will be recognized with the 2009 Wachovia NEXT Awards for Opportunity Finance.
Global warming has yet to hit the affordable housing tax-exempt bond market.
The affordable housing industry can't undo the train wreck that was 2008. It can only hope to take the first steps toward recovery in 2009.
Q: We know that compact fluorescents deliver energy savings, but how about dimmer switches? The assumption is that homeowners will use them to turn down lights to save money — but do they actually save energy?
We’re in the midst of unprecedented uncertainty in the financial markets, and consumer confidence is the lowest it’s been in a long time. It seems that no one really knows what’s going to happen.
The capital markets grew more uncertain every day heading into the fourth quarter.
The capital markets meltdown is affecting all sectors of the affordable housing industry, and nowhere is this more evident than the Midwest.
Kimberly Latimer-Nelligan has been hired as the chief operating officer for the Low Income Investment Fund (LIIF).
State housing finance agencies across the West have been busy reserving their 2008 low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs), and they are in line to receive even more credits following the recent passage of the Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008.
Low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) syndicators remain subdued about the second half of the year after a tough first six months marked by reduced investor equity and sagging prices to affordable housing developers. Although a few syndicators anticipate more money entering the market before the...
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