Tax Credits

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Ken Bacon, Ex-Fannie Execs, Form Apartment Investment Firm

Four former Fannie Mae executives announce the start of a new multifamily investment company. 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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Power House: Buildings Producing Renewable Energy Seek to Submeter

A legislative victory in Connecticut enables buildings producing renewable energy to submeter electricity to their tenants. More

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ULI: The High Costs of Developing Affordable Housing

Affordable housing developers spend a huge amount of time trying to cut high development costs—but the knotty problem is difficult to untie. More

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Tax Credit Equity in 2013

Tax credit veterans Beth Stohr of U.S. Bancorp CDC and Marc Schnitzer of R4... 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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In LIHTC Properties, Utility Allowances Can Trip Up Owners

If managers don't pay attention to the utility allowances at a tax-credit property, they'll likely end up overcharging residents, resulting in hefty fines. More

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FHFA Asks for Ideas on GSEs' Future, Industry Puzzled

Industry officials and experts respond to the Federal Housing Finance Agency's solicitation for public input on how to reduce the government-sponsored enterprises' involvement in the multifamily market. More

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Baltimore Housing Complex Will Give Low-Income Seniors a Place to Call Home

The 100-unit complex features zoned HVAC, Energy Star-labeled windows, and Green Label-certified carpeting. More

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Court Case Shakes Up Historic Rehabs

Investors are starting to change the way they structure their historic rehab tax credit deals. More

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