In response to the mounting Coronavirus public health crisis, NH&RA launched a dedicated section of our website to keep stakeholders apprised of the evolving guidance. The webpage lists all news stories with the COVID-19 tag in the order in which they were added and stories can be filtered by state.
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The Institutional Property Advisors (IPA) and Marcus & Millichap surveyed multifamily owners, operators and developers representing nearly 900,000 units across the country to gauge their market sentiment.Read More
The Delaware State Housing Authority (DSHA) deadline submission for the 2020 LIHTC application will continue to be Thursday, April 30, at 3:00 pm ET. No new applications will be accepted after this deadline.Read More
The Leading Voices in Real Estate podcast with host Matt Slepin recently held a special episode on COVID-19’s Impact on Commercial Real Estate with Spencer Levy, chairman, Americas Research & senior economic advisor at CBRE. Levy outlines the potential implications the pandemic has across various sectors including multifamily, retail, industrial and office and digs into the impacts on a few specialty product types like co-working, seniors housing, data centers and self-storage.Read More
Markets have taken a more positive tone over recent trading days with the Federal Reserve/s “whatever it takes” quantitative easing measures and the passing of a historic $2 trillion relief package. Equities rallied on the week, and municipal yields reversed dramatic upswings from the week prior. Yields remain volatile, but the primary offering market is starting to see some activity returning after being gridlocked by a liquidity crunch.Read More
The Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) recently aired its new documentary, East Lake Meadows: A Public Housing Story. Stories from East Lake Meadow residents in Atlanta reveal hardship and resilience, and raise critical questions about race, poverty and who is deserving of public assistance.Read More
Markets have calmed somewhat in the face of the pandemic caused by the coronavirus, as emergency actions continue to be taken. The Federal Reserve expanded its quantitative easing commitment regarding asset purchases, with no limits on the amount of assets to be purchased, nor a limit on how long the Federal Reserve would be purchasing them. In addition, the Senate came to an agreement for a stimulus package totaling nearly $2 trillion.Read More
The National Council of State Housing Agencies (NCSHA) launched a new COVID-19 Resources website that complies guidance from federal agencies, state housing agencies and general resources on the pandemic. To suggest a resource for this page, or if you have a question, please contact NCSHA.