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.
The housing development sector nationwide continues to struggle with supply chain disruptions and building material price increases.
For several decades, U.S. cities have been building extensive light rail and bus rapid transit networks. In recent years, such expansions have included intentional plans to promote development around lines, implementing a strategy known as transit-oriented development (TOD).
The use of technology in real estate has become so common as to have a moniker: PropTech. Short for “property technology,” it describes how everything from cloud storage to artificial intelligence to smart infrastructure can streamline development, construction, management and the realty of homes.
It’s been a common story in America, particularly since the pandemic: home prices keep rising.
In recent years, the concept of “co-living”—wherein some or all parts of a unit and its common areas are shared by multiple renters—has garnered attention from developers.