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Obama Calls for $15 Billion Housing Stimulus
Congress should authorize a $15 billion economic stimulus to rehab and demolish vacant lots in areas where the housing market collapse left thousands of empty and unfinished homes, President Barack Obama says in a speech devoted to housing delivered in Phoenix, an area particularly devastated by the collapse.
posted 8/7/13 4:38 PM read complete story
Tax Credits For Public Housing Enhancements
Low-income housing tax credits are awarded to three Pennsylvania communities to enhance their public housing stock.
posted 7/20/13 12:42 PM read complete story
Public Transportation Key To Housing Location
An analysis of thousands of mortgages for multi-family rental properties finds that the closer a property is to public transportation, the less likely property owners are to default.
posted 7/20/13 12:33 PM read complete story
NYC Begins Push to Double Supportive Housing Inventory
The city is trying to encourage development of "innovative, affordable housing coupled with on-site services."
posted 7/11/13 3:25 PM read complete story
750-Unit Apartment Complex Begins First Phase in ND
The Renaissance Heights Apartments project will add approximately 750 units to the area upon completion of the planned three phases.
posted 5/30/13 4:56 PM read complete story
Housing Coalition Seeks Developer Input to Shape Policy
The National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) is exploring ways to align federal resources with the need for affordable rental housing for extremely low-income households. NLIHC plans to develop and recommend policies that will improve rental affordability for the lowest income Americans. To...
posted 5/24/13 1:47 PM read complete story
Public-Private Partnership Creates Housing in New Orleans
The renovations are the first underwritten by an $18 million fund that provides construction loans for new and renovated homes for low- and moderate-income families in New Orleans.
posted 5/17/13 10:10 AM read complete story
VA Makes Available $28 Million For Homeless Veterans
Among the 38 projects are 31 that will provide temporary housing to homeless veterans with a goal to keep the unit as their own.
posted 9/24/12 03:14 AM read complete story
Tax Credits Available for NY Low-Incoming Housing Rehab
New York State Homes & Community Renewal makes available $4 million under the state low-income housing tax credit program.
posted 9/17/12 05:02 AM read complete story
BoA to Donate Properties to Nonprofits Serving Veterans, First Responders
Bank of America plans to donate up to 1,000 properties to nonprofits organizations and local governments seeking to house injured military veterans and first responders, according to a release.
posted 9/11/12 5:35 PM read complete story
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