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Raymond James Tax Credit Funds announced that it has partnered with Citi Community Capital to provide more than $25 million in low-income housing tax credit equity for a 120-unit single-room occupancy development in San Francisco.
The North Dakota Industrial Commission has approved the 2010 low-income housing tax credit qualified allocation plan for the state.
More than $4 billion in Tax Credit Exchange Program funds have been provided to help spur the development of affordable housing around the country, announced the Treasury Department.
Fred H. Copeman, a well-known authority in the affordable housing industry, has joined the Reznick Group. He will lead the firm’s new Tax Credit Investor Services practice, which will focus on providing due diligence and other advisory services to i
The low-income housing tax credit industry can breathe a little easier this year: Freddie Mac is not actively pursuing a sale of its tax-credit portfolio.
The future of HUD’s Sec. 202 initiative is in doubt, as the 61-year old program suffers budget cuts and a proposed moratorium on new construction.
Affordable housing developers continue to face limited options when looking for construction debt.
Multifamily Executive and Apartment Finance Today report on the recently unveiled new requirements and proposed changes that will change how HUD—and the Federal Housing Administration—run their underwriting and lending business. The provisions
The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, signed into law July 21, will undoubtedly impact commercial real estate lending.
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