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25 Things To Know About (Affordable Housing), Powered By Hunt Real Estate Capital


The American Housing And Economic Mobility Act: A $470B Plan To Fix The Housing Crisis
Not Just Books And Tuition: Affordable Housing A Big Issue For College Students
Gables COO: 'This Is What People Care About,' And It's Not Amenities
Community Land Trust Wins Grant For Permanent Affordable Housing Model
A Year After Hurricane Harvey, Houston Multifamily Is On The Rebound
Chicago Housing Authority Weighs In On Affordable Housing In The Windy City Oct. 24
HUD Secretary Ben Carson’s Approach To Affordable Housing Might Work
New Research Shows LIHTC Is Instrumental In Addressing Rural Affordable Housing Needs
Housing Affordability Drops To Lowest Level In 10 Years
Hunt Real Estate Capital Affordable Multifamily Group Is An Industry Leader In Financing Affordable Multifamily Housing
Can New Yorkers Vote Their Way Into Affordable Rents?
Maine's Largest City Asks Voters To Approve Borrowing Millions For Affordable Housing
Amid Debate And Protest, Philadelphia City Council Passes Affordable Housing Package
139 Affordable Apartments Planned For North Capitol Street In D.C.
Florida Lawmakers Need To Stop Directing Affordable Housing Funds Elsewhere
People Facing Homelessness Discouraged By Cost Of Housing In Ann Arbor
ULI: Keeping Housing Affordable As The Dallas-Fort Worth Region Continues To Grow
Only 1 Big City In America Is More Affordable Than Houston
Thinking Bigger To ‘Keep Austin Affordable’
Developers’ Affordable Housing Plan At Base Of Aspen Mountain Changes
Denver’s Affordable Housing Program Is Leaking, But The Fix Is Controversial
152-Unit Affordable Apartment Community In Peoria, Arizona, Sells For Nearly $16M
Poll Finds Nearly Half Of California Voters Oppose Prop. 10 Expanding Rent Control
Los Angeles Wants A Master Notification List For New Affordable Housing
City Manager Says El Segundo Not Ready For Housing Development
Bay Area Multifamily Investment Remains Strong Despite Threat Of Costa-Hawkins Repeal
The Bay Area Has Growing Disparity. More Housing In The Right Places Would Help
San Francisco Remains Nation's Most Expensive City For Renters