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HUD’s Office of Multifamily Housing recently issued guidance to create regulatory flexibility and encourage preservation of existing...

The National Housing Trust and Abt Associate's report addresses the fundamental question: How can the Low Income Housing Tax Credit...

USDA Rural Development annouces the availability of $20million in funds to preserve and revitalize existing Rural Rental Housing...

This article from April 2014's Tax Credit Advisor Magazine outlines programs and funding opportunities successfully being...

PrezCat is a comprehensive source of information on state policies and programs that promote the preservation of existing affordable housing.

View the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation's most recent Housing Matters SmartBrief. This SmartBrief includes research and links to

Low Income Housing Tax Credit allocations data, for both 9% and 4% tax credits is now available for each state in the catalog. Each state

The Urban Institute recently released a 3 minute animation depicting the benefits of federal housing assistance for the one in four households who

Scaling up Multifamily Energy Efficiency Programs: A Metropolitan Area Assessment is a March 2013 report from the American Council for an Energy-

As I've written before, decent, safe, affordable housing can serve as a platform for success. I've written about the benefits of location,

This article from June 2014's Tax Credit Advisor Magazine describes how to tap utility funding for energy efficiency. The article was written by

An article in Shelterforce, a journal of affordable housing and community building, details how partnerships between utility companies and

Read an article by NHT's Michael Bodaken and Nicole Barrett, "Partner Perspective on Housing: Advocacy for Housing as Part of a Balanced Agenda"

NHT Affiliate, the Institute for Community Economics, has approved more than $2.5 million in financing so far this year. Read ICE's most recent