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Running Scared: The Affordability 'Issue' and Industry Messaging
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Running Scared: The Affordability 'Issue' and Industry Messaging

When we parse the affordability debate for political reasons, we do ourselves, and... More

Campaign Gives Voice to Struggling Renters
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Campaign Gives Voice to Struggling Renters

Popular musicians are performing living-room concerts as part of Make Room More

Lease-to-Purchase Community Turns Renters Into Owners
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Lease-to-Purchase Community Turns Renters Into Owners

The 48-unit Hollins Station townhome project near Baltimore aims to turn... More

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Will the GSEs Tighten Spreads?

As all-in rates continue their sudden rise at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the question on everybody's mind is if (or when) the GSEs will tighten their spreads. More

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Will the GSEs Tighten Spreads? Will the GSEs Tighten Spreads?

As all-in rates continue their sudden rise at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the question on everybody's mind is if (or when) the GSEs will tighten their spreads. More

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Enterprise Commits $4 Billion to Affordable Green Housing Enterprise Commits $4 Billion to Affordable Green Housing

Last week, Columbia, Md.-based nonprofit Enterprise Community Partners committed $4 billion to accelerate green affordable housing through the launch of the next generation of its Green Communities Initiative. Enterprise’s funding will help create, preserve, or retrofit 75,000 green homes and community and commercial buildings within the next five years. More

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Let’s Be Friends: Multifamily Embraces Social Media

It’s official: Social networking is the new multifamily must-have. Though high on buzz factor, social media has long been criticized within multifamily for an apparent lack of monetization opportunities. Those tides are turning as various multifamily firms begin to recoup marketing and advertising dollars from their online efforts. More

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