In order to build more affordable housing units, it’s crucial for firms in the industry to attract the next generation of developers, architects, project managers and other real estate professionals.
Developers who build market-rate housing are increasingly turning to prefabricated construction techniques, because they represent, in multiple ways, a path to efficiency.
This month, Tax Credit Advisor is doing a special “leadership” issue, profiling people and agencies who spearhead the affordable housing industry.
Fuel prices are increasing, with the per-gallon cost of gasoline up 47 percent year over year and the cost of diesel up 63 percent over that same period.
The growth of “socially responsible” investing means tax credit developers can expect higher scores and more institutional support.
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For National Housing & Rehabilitation Association’s 50th anniversary, we wanted to do a breakdown of the affordable housing situation in different parts of America, and how it has changed throughout the years.