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A number of general partner interests in tax credit partnerships was offered to the market during 2007.
Acquisition-rehabilitation deals are expected to take center stage in 2008, and Freddie Mac is hoping to share a piece of the spotlight.
Wells Fargo Multifamily Capital expects to grow its business by 20 percent in 2008 and is staffing up with some industry heavyweights in anticipation of the increased production.
President Bush has signed into law an omnibus fiscal 2008 appropriations bill (H.R. 2764) that provides $37.637 billion for the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), including $16.391 billion for Sec. 8 tenant-based assistance and $6.382 billion for Sec. 8 project-based aid.
Swaps have taken over from caps as the first choice of price-conscious borrowers using loans funded by tax-exempt bonds.
John Pritscher, president and CEO of Community Investment Corp. (CIC) in Chicago, died Oct. 13, 2007.
Owners of Sec. 202 affordable seniors housing are in the catbird seat these days.
The fight over a proposed increase in the mortgage insurance premium (MIP) charged by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) has again gone down to the wire.
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