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


Despite Demand From 2 Generations, Apartment Developers Are Being Cautious
Investors Eye Workforce-Level Apartments As Downtowns Overbuild
Could Nonprofit Housing Developers Be The Key To Solving The Affordable Housing Crisis?
The Least Affordable Housing Markets Aren’t Where You Think
For Multifamily Investors In Growing Small Cities, It’s All About The Details
Just In! Bascom Group Managing Partner Jerry Fink Joins Orange County Multifamily Dec. 18
Google Parent Alphabet Aims To Win Over Toronto With Affordable Housing
The Man-Made Affordable Housing ‘Crisis’
A Kid's Perspective: The Deep Effect Of Housing Insecurity On Young Students
Hunt Real Estate Capital's Affordable Multifamily Group Is An Industry Leader In Financing Affordable Multifamily Housing
Property Values, Investment Appetite Surge In New York's Many Opportunity Zones
Can This Suburban NYC Community Revitalize Without Displacement?
New Jersey Invests $28M To Increase Affordable Housing Statewide
Renowned Urbanist Richard Florida Turns Focus To Philadelphia’s Affordable Housing And Human Capital Gaps
Philly Developer Breaks Ground On Affordable Homes In Gentrifying West Poplar
How JBG Smith's New Impact Investing Head Aims To Improve D.C.'s Housing Affordability
9 Developments That Could Bring Thousands Of Housing Units To The D.C. Region
Light Rail Integral To Affordable Housing Plans In North Carolina
Kathleen Passidomo Aims To Protect Florida's Affordable Housing Trust Fund
Can Zoning Bring More Equitable Growth To Miami?
Atlanta May Change New Inclusionary Zoning Rules To Involve Townhouses, Condos
Developers Close On First Housing Trust Fund Deal In Georgia
Lawsuits Start Flying Stemming From Denver's Affordable Housing Mess
Are Manufactured Homes The Answer To Phoenix’s Affordable-Housing Problem?
High Costs, Slow Rent Growth Squeezing San Diego Multifamily Market
Palo Alto Housing's Randy Tsuda Talks Affordable Housing, Partnerships And Projects
As Housing Pressures Increase In The Bay Area, Multifamily Developers Focus On Contra Costa County
Changes To Seattle’s Single-Family Zoning Could Improve Housing Picture