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HUD Releases 2015 Budget Request

Funding cuts to HOME and CDBG are proposed while increases are sought for Choice Neighborhoods and homeless assistance grants. More

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LIHTC Survives Tax Reform Draft; Big Changes Proposed

The affordable housing industry reacts to Rep. Camp's much-anticipated tax reform draft, which preserves the LIHTC but introduces major changes, and even eliminates, other vital multifamily programs. More

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Calling All Leaders, Past, Present, and Future

The apartment industry has evolved rapidly and impressively, notes new NMHC chair Daryl Carter. But the time is ripe for even further progress, he explains, if only we support and encourage the entrepreneurs among us. More

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Federal Budget: It Could've Been Worse for Housing

What's in the omnibus bill for housing? A mix of good and bad, according to housing leaders. More

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Harvard Report Warns of Growing Affordability Problems

Affordability problems for American renters are skyrocketing, says a report from the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University. More

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Hope for Housing in Budget Deal

Budget compromise in Congress may finally provide some relief for federal housing programs. More

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Hoarders: How to Recognize and Manage Hoarding Tenants

Dealing with a hoarding tenant can be difficult on it's own, but it can easily turn into a legal nightmare if not approached with caution. More

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Baby Boomer Boom: Senior Housing Need to Rise In Near Future

While much of the talk about demographic demand-drivers centers on Gen Y, there's another population poised to reshape the multifamily landscape. More

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Long Beach Senior Arts Colony

A creative palette of funding sources and a flair for design made the Long Beach Senior Arts Colony a masterpiece. More

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Cedar Gateway Apartments

Cedar Gateway Apartments was the first affordable housing project in California to receive federal stimulus funds through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). The 65-unit development provides affordable housing for previously homeless and disabled adults and seniors. More

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