Tax Credit Advisor Article Archives

The David Reznick Foundation Announces New Initiatives

By / Issue: December 2022

Honoring an Affordable Housing Icon by Supporting Community Development and Nurturing the Next Generation of Leaders

Breaking Ground: David Brickman, CEO, and Rob Wrzosek, President – Affordable Strategies NewPoint Real Estate Capital 

By / Issue: December 2022

NewPoint Real Estate Capital is a real estate lender that’s looking to make a big splash in the affordable housing space.

Case Study: Ablett Village in Camden, NJ

By / Issue: December 2022

Ablett Village is a Camden, NJ public housing project that dates way back. In fact, it has roots in both World Wars, named after a local soldier who died in World War I and used, on its completion in 1943, as housing for World War II war effort workers.

Contradicting NIMBY

By / Issue: December 2022

Property values increase an average of 13 percent when multiple Low Income Housing Tax Credit developments are built in a neighborhood, a newly published study found.

The Guru Is In: Housing Lifts Economic Development (And Not the Other Way Around!)

By / Issue: December 2022

In early September, USC’s Lusk Center for Real Estate, in partnership with Habitat for Humanity’s Way Forward Housing Coalition, put on an in-person Washington, DC conference called “Housing’s Contribution to Economic Development.”

Industry Insights: Affordable Housing Is Fundamentally Resident-Centered, and We Need More of It

By / Issue: December 2022

In November, I attended a White House meeting on Resident-Centered Management Practices to solicit best practices.

Housing USA: Affordable Housing Beyond America

By / Issue: December 2022

Over these years, I’ve highlighted affordable housing problems in U.S. cities, and how developers can help solve them using Low Income Housing Tax Credits, low-cost building methods and more.

Blueprint for December: “There’s No Place Like Home For the Holidays”

By / Issue: December 2022

As I write this, I am already feeling nostalgic for the holiday season.

Case Study: Four Properties Preserve Affordable Housing

By / Issue: November 2022

Jonathan Rose Companies is making a major push to preserve affordable housing in Chicago, acquiring hundreds of units in recent months, some financed by Low Income Housing Tax Credits, in an effort to create “Communities of Opportunity,” in these renovated properties.

Case Study: Pointe on La Brea in Los Angeles

By / Issue: November 2022

Martin Luther King’s dream is continually being reinvented, enduringly so in California, where Dr. King’s assassination in 1968 spurred an ecumenical group of clergy and laymen in the Golden State’s Marin County to begin a project to build affordable housing that has continued to this day.

Breaking Ground

By / Issue: November 2022

Peter Bell has been an observer, chronicler and convenor of the affordable housing industry since becoming NH&RA’s first full-time staff member back in 1976.

Permanent Supportive Housing

By / Issue: November 2022

As the homeless crisis deepens throughout the United States—particularly on the West Coast—affordable housing developers are increasingly partnering with social service providers to offer permanent supportive housing to homeless people and other vulnerable populations.

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