Pamela Martineau Author Archives

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Set for Strong 2022

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Multifamily are experiencing an uptick in purchase volumes as the debt capital market environment appears to be shifting in the latter half of 2022.

Affordable Housing and the Finance Market  

Rising Interest Rates and Fears of Recession Force Developers and Lenders to Get Creative

Generational Shift: Wave of Retirements Brings New Leaders into Affordable Housing Space

With the Baby Boomer generation retiring en masse, a wave of new leaders is stepping up in the affordable housing space creating a generational shift in the industry.

Breaking Ground: Larry Di Rita, Greater Washington, DC Market President, Bank of America  

Bank of America has a long history of financing and supporting affordable housing across the nation. It’s a commitment born out of a desire to support communities and enhance quality of life in neighborhoods large and small.

Decarbonization and Electrification

ble housing communities across the nation have much to gain from decarbonization and electrification, yet unfamiliarity with new technologies, the high cost of retrofitting buildings, and complicated access to funding sources and incentives have slowed the conversion.

Federal Budget Process

From dramatic increases in the volume of Low Income Housing Tax Credits to gains in the Housing Trust Fund, the Biden administration’s 2023 federal budget proposal includes some massive gains for affordable housing, but the fate of these increases is unclear and may not be determined until after a new Congress is seated in 2023.

Affordable Across America: Northeast

Affordable Across America

Affordable Across America: South

Affordable Across America

Affordable Across America: Midwest

Affordable Across America

Affordable Across America: Northwest

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