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  • Financial Statements: Above or Below-the-Line Costs

    In recent years I’ve spent a lot of time speaking to and consulting with builders and remodelers, big and small, and I’ve noted that there’s often confusion about what types of costs go where on a financial statement.

  • JLC Report

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  • Recession Lessons

    The Great Recession has claimed among its victims some of the industry's largest owners and developers.

  • Developers Diversify to Stay Recession-Proof

    Some developers are surviving, and even thriving, in today's market by re-engineering thier business plans and turning thier focus to recession-resistant sectors such as the receivership business, student housing, and historic renovations. The overriding trend is to diversify.

  • Five Tips for Affordable Owners on How to Choose Property Management Software

    Affordable housing owners looking to purchase property management software face many different and difficult choices. Here are five tips that every affordable housing manager should keep in mind when assessing the market.

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    THEY SAY ALL PRESS IS GOOD PRESS.

  • Centerline Sells Debt Fund Business, Keeps LIHTCOperations

    Centerline Capital Group has sold its real estate debt fund management and commercial mortgage loan special servicing business.

  • NAHMA Celebrates 20 Years of Leadership

    The National Affordable Housing Management Association (NAHMA) is celebrating its 20th year as a champion of affordable multifamily housing across the nation.

  • Firm Acquires Credit Suisse’s Tax CreditManagement Business

    Morrison Grove CAPREIT, LLC, has entered into an agreement to acquire the low-income housing tax credit asset management business of Credit Suisse (USA), Inc.

  • Freddie Mac Plans More Emphasis on Multifamily

    In many ways, Freddie Mac’s single-family side often overshadows the multifamily division.