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Hunt ​Mortgage Group Presents: 25 Things You Need To Know This Week (Affordable Housing)


This City Is Using Legal Marijuana Revenue To Fix Its Affordable Housing Problem
Architects Are Designing Affordable Housing To Look Just Like Market-Rate Housing
Living In Stable Housing Credit Properties Delivers 3 Major Outcomes For Residents
To Build More Affordable Housing, Developers Need These 4 Things
Beyond Coastal Power Centers, Small Balance Loans Key For Financing U.S. Multifamily
Could The Lack Of Affordable Housing And Its Subsequent Impact On The Labor Market Pose A Threat To The Future Of The DFW Metroplex? Find Out June 28
Housing Trust Fund Allocations For 2018
Another Decade Of Positive Rental Growth Could Be On The Horizon For Multifamily
Rural America Has Jobs, It Just Needs Housing
Hunt Mortgage Group’s Affordable Multifamily Group Is An Industry Leader In Financing Affordable Multifamily Housing
After Years Of Disinvestment, NYC Public Housing Poised To Get U.S. Oversight
An Insider’s View of Brooklyn’s Affordable Housing Crisis
Downtown Boston Master Zoning Plan To Prioritize Transit, Affordable Housing
Hyde Park Home Prices Remain Most Affordable In Boston
Baltimore Affordable Senior Property Lands $33M HUD Loan
Affordable Housing Project for Veterans Breaks Ground in D.C.
Foundation For The Carolinas Tackles Affordable Housing
Lessons Charlotte Can Learn From Nashville On Affordable Housing
HTG Secures Financing For Affordable Florida Community
How Building More Affordable Housing Will Boost Ohio’s Economy
Minnesota Affordable Housing Development Secures $16M
Denver Homeowners Caught In Affordable Housing Quagmire Now Getting Insurance Claim Denials
The Michaels Organization Acquires 41 West Coast Affordable Apartment Communities
Vacant LA Site Being Cleared For Affordable Housing, Transit Plaza, Public School
Oakcrest Terrace Brings A New Face To Affordable Housing In Yorba Linda
San Francisco Mayor Convenes Summit To Address High Affordable Housing Building Costs
California Affordable Housing Developers Will Now Have 1 Application For 4% LIHTCs, Bonds
Seattle Mulls Plan To Squeeze More Residential Units Into Neighborhoods