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Denver-based Apartment Investment and Management Co. (AIMCO) has decided to consolidate its senior management ranks
If you don’t have an online presence yet, now’s a good time to start.
Freddie Mac was still providing competitively priced permanent debt for 9 percent low-income housing tax credit deals and actively quoting variable-rate bond credit enhancements in mid-December 2008.
Citi Community Capital tops AFFORDABLE HOUSING FINANCE's list of top lenders, originating about $1.8 billion in debt in 2007, or more than $400 million more than it posted in last year's survey.
Richard L. McQuady has been named CEO of Kentucky Housing Corp.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty has named Dan Bartholomay as commissioner of Minnesota Housing, the state housing agency.
Fannie Mae is still providing debt financing for affordable housing, despite a capital markets meltdown and its placement in a conservatorship in early September.
Most residents are happy with the ban on smoking imposed by Portland, Ore.-based Guardian Management, LLC.
Flat is the new up. Management matters.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have made securitization programs their No. 1 priority this year, according to the panelists of “The GSEs in the Age of Conservatorship” session at the 2009 Apartment Finance Today Conference
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