Tax Credits

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What Will Tax Reform Mean for the LIHTC?

Experts weigh in on what potential tax reform could mean for the future of the low-income housing tax credit. More

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Housing and Health Center Break Ground in Denver

Stout Street Health Center and Renaissance Stout Street Lofts will provide housing and health care for the homeless and at-risk families. More

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LIHTC's 50-50 Outlook

Investors and syndicators discuss the year ahead for the equity market. More

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Miami’s Related Cos. Cashes In Low-Income Housing Tax Credits

The developer received more in six months than the state awarded in total in the previous three years. More

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4 Threats to Multifamily Housing

These four people could ultimately harm the apartment industry's progress. More

Tax-exempt Bonds, 4 Percent LIHTCs Show Signs of Life

The 4 percent low-income housing tax credit market is often overshadowed by the more dynamic market for 9 percent LIHTCs. But as prices for 9 percent LIHTCs continue to climb, and yields continue to drop, more investors are considering 4 percent LIHTCs as a viable alternative. More

Tax-exempt Bonds, 4 Percent LIHTCs Show Signs of Life

The 4 percent low-income housing tax credit market is often overshadowed by the more dynamic market for 9 percent LIHTCs. But as prices for 9 percent LIHTCs continue to climb, and yields continue to drop, more investors are considering 4 percent LIHTCs as a viable alternative. More

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Old Jail Reborn as Multi-Use Complex

Once an eyesore, an old jail becomes a multi-use complex in Salem, Mass., thanks... More

Mixed Blessings

The challenge of finding conventional construction capital has led many market-rate developers into unfamiliar but lucrative territory—mixed-income housing. More

Mixed-Income Development Growing Stronger

Many municipalities smile upon mixed-income developments, and more developers are finding opportunities in tax-credit deals by partnering with nonprofits. More

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