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New Affordable Housing Development Slows as Construction Costs Rise
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New Affordable Housing Development Slows as Construction Costs Rise

The production of affordable housing is trending downward. More

America Must Act Boldly on Affordable Housing
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America Must Act Boldly on Affordable Housing

Terri Ludwig and Diane Yentel take a guest turn at The Huffington Post to argue... More

Winn Secures Contract for 4,420 Units in California
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Winn Secures Contract for 4,420 Units in California

The portfolio, owned by Highridge Costa Investors, helps the company expand its... More

Exclusive: CAPREIT Buys 1,000-Unit LIHTC Portfolio in Virginia
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Exclusive: CAPREIT Buys 1,000-Unit LIHTC Portfolio in Virginia

Acquisition of five-portfolio deal brings company's unit count to 14,000 More

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Florida Developers Charged in $36 Million Scheme

Executives at Carlisle Development and Biscayne Housing Group are charged with conspiracy to commit theft of government money and property, More

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Supreme Court Affirms Disparate Impact in Fair Housing

What the Supreme Court's 5-4 ruling means. More

Study: Energy-Efficient Affordable Housing Pays Off in Virginia
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Study: Energy-Efficient Affordable Housing Pays Off in Virginia

Residents in energy-efficient affordable housing are saving more than $600... More

David Reznick, Longtime Affordable Housing Leader, Dies
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David Reznick, Longtime Affordable Housing Leader, Dies

David Reznick, one of the longtime leaders of the affordable housing industry,... More

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Supreme Court to Hear LIHTC Case

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a much-anticipated case involving the low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) program in Texas. A lawsuit filed by the Inclusive Communities Project claimed that the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs discriminated based on race by disproportionately approving LIHTC developments in predominantly minority neighborhoods and disproportionately denying LIHTC developments in predominantly Caucasian neighborhoods. More

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Neglected Indiana Industrial Sites Transformed Into Affordable Housing Neglected Indiana Industrial Sites Transformed Into Affordable Housing

Herman & Kittle reached out to officials in Clinton, Ind. to fulfill a need for affordable housing in the local area. The resulting $8.1 million reuse and new construction project exceeded expectations. More

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