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The People of Multifamily vs. the Mortgage Interest Deduction
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The People of Multifamily vs. the Mortgage Interest Deduction

Any conversation about MID reform should start with a scalpel, not an ax. More

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

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The Top 10 Worst Metros For Workforce Renters

The hourly wage a full-time worker must earn to afford a decent two-bedroom apartment, has increased to $18.92 this year, up 53 percent from 2000, according to a recent report. Here are the 10 nastiest cities for workforce renters.That national average of $18.92 is 52 percent higher than it was in 2000, officials say. More

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Housing Finance Reform Plan Released

Johnson-Crapo housing finance reform proposal funds National Housing Trust Fund, eliminates GSEs. More

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Whither Multifamily? Obama Unveils Plans for Future of GSEs

The Obama administration released its long-awaited proposal for the future of our nation's housing finance system last week. But the whitepaper is long on options and short on specifics, leaving many to wonder aloud how the multifamily finance industry will fare in its wake. More

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Whither Multifamily? Obama Unveils Plans for Future of GSEs

The Obama administration released its long-awaited proposal for the future of our nation's housing finance system last week. But the whitepaper is long on options and short on specifics, leaving many to wonder aloud how the multifamily finance industry will fare in its wake. More

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March 2009 News Bites March 2009 News Bites

Remembering Trammell Crow, a new inspection process in D.C., foreign investors eye apartments, and more news. More

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