ICAST’s IRA & BIL Instant Benefit Estimate Calculator is now available on NH&RA’s website under the Resources section.
I am often asked some version of the question, “Why bother” when it comes to advocacy on the federal level.
The Affordable Housing Credit Improvement Act achieved a major milestone – 200 co-sponsors within the House of Representatives (H.R. 3238).
The National Council of State Housing Agencies (NCSHA) recently finalized updates to its Recommended Practices in Housing Credit Administration (RPs or Recommended Practices).
In a financial environment that is challenging for getting deals to the closing table, all sorts of structures that might generate additional proceeds need to be considered.
Property managers are often asked to wear many hats: owners’ representative, rent collector, social worker, maintenance coordinator, event planner and building/systems expert, just to name a few. It’s a complex, multi-faceted job that I have immense respect for, especially as they served on the front lines during the pandemic and continue to adapt to a dramatically shifting landscape.
Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) has long been touted as an urban planner’s dream with reduced car dependence via housing located near public transit.
My housing-related book list has been growing and I’m excited to make some headway this August.
Last month, I had the privilege of attending the Innovative Housing Showcase, which was co-hosted by the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the National Association of Home Builders.
Last month, the Affordable Housing Credit Improvement Act was reintroduced in both the House and Senate as H.R. 3238 and S. 1557.
Embedded within the real estate adage, “Location, Location, Location,” is the all-important, yet oft-overlooked zoning.
The White House recently released its Fiscal Year (FY) 2024 budget request.
In late January, after months of a two-track engagement process with tenant groups calling for nationwide rent control and industry groups calling for supply-side solutions, the Biden-Harris administration issued a press release, Blueprint for a Renters Bill of Rights and Resident-Centered Housing Challenge.