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  • Freddie's Mike May: 2010 Will Be A Tough Year

    It’s been a turbulent year for the multifamily industry, but not nearly as turbulent as it could’ve been.

  • People

    Tom Szydlowski, executive vice president of Wells Fargo Multifamily Capital, has retired after 34 years in the real estate finance industry.

  • MuniMae to Sell LIHTC Business

    Municipal Mortgage & Equity, LLC, (MuniMae) has agreed to sell substantially all of its low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) business to an affiliate of JEN Partners, LLC, a New York-based private equity real estate firm.

  • Edward Mazria Receives Hanley Award for Visionand Leadership in Sustainable Housing

    Washington, D.C.—Santa Fe, N.M., architect and champion of building energy efficiency Edward Mazria, AIA, was named this year’s winner of The 2009 Hanley Award for Vision and Leadership in Sustainable Housing

  • Boston Capital Asset Management Picked to Work with Arizona DOH

    Boston Capital Asset Management (BCAM) has been selected to provide asset management services to the Arizona Department of Housing

  • Virtual Filing Cabinets

    While the promise of a truly paperless office is still many years away, affordable housing companies are getting one step closer through document management applications.

  • Track Your Business With a Dashboard

    Even companies with good systems can get into trouble if they don’t manage their growth. To avoid this fate, Jim Kabel created a “dashboard” — a set of fundamental numbers that shows the monthly trends in their sales and production pipeline: leads, close rates, job profits, and customer...

  • Weathering the Downturn

    Small construction companies are relying on diverse strengths to survive in a dismal economic climate.

  • Surviving the Recession

    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.

  • Defining Your Niche Can Help in Downtimes

    I specialize in custom decks. I switched to this niche last winter, when my backlog of general remodeling work dried up and I had no jobs on the horizon. The suburbs of New York City — where my business is located — were hit hard by the economic downturn; many GCs I knew were going out of business.