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JLL to Acquire Oak Grove Capital
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JLL to Acquire Oak Grove Capital

The deal is expected to close by the end of the year. More

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The Top 10 Affordable Housing Lenders of 2011

The affordable housing debt industry posted another strong year in 2011 as the major banks jockeyed for position while private agency lenders re-engaged the market. More

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The Top 10 Affordable Housing Lenders of 2011

The affordable housing debt industry posted another strong year in 2011 as the major banks jockeyed for position while private agency lenders re-engaged the market. More

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FHA Hopes To Speed Up Tax Credit Deals Through Pilot Program

The FHA's notoriously long processing timelines are tough for tax credit developers to handle. But a new program looks to heal the agency's chief Achille's heel. More

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Fannie Outpacing Freddie on Affordable Housing Preservation

Affordable housing borrowers looking for permanent loans are finding more success using Fannie Mae's MBS than Freddie Mac's CME. More

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The Community Reinvestment Act Shows its Age

The Community Reinvestment Act hasn't changed much since it passed in 1977. But the evolution of the banking industry has exposed some flaws in the way CRA is administered. More

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Affordable Housing Debt Outlook for 2011

Access to debt and equity for affordable housing developments improved a little bit more each month this year. And that slow momentum is expected to continue, as interest rates on permanent debt remain low, access to construction debt slowly improves, and the New Issue Bond Program (NIBP) continues to fuel more bond transactions in 2011. More

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Industry Debates Merits of TCAP and TCEP

Many affordable housing players are pinning their hopes on the Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) and Tax Credit Exchange Program (TCEP) to produce a sunnier 2010. But the full impact of those programs remains to be seen. More

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Fannie and Freddie's Affordable Housing Debt Grows Costly

As affordable developers get set to ramp up dormant projects, Fannie Mae's and Freddie Mac's high rates on forward commitments are forcing many to look elsewhere for debt. More

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