MassHousing has recognized the efforts of 51 property management companies and four general contractors for making concerted efforts to partner with Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises (M/WBE) in fiscal year 2017, resulting in $169 million in revenue to diverse suppliers.
One hundred and fifty members of Louisiana's affordable housing industry will convene Friday, November 17 from 9 a.m. to noon for Louisiana Housing Corporation's Housing Roundtable.
Today MassHousing's Board of Directors voted to appoint Thomas J. Lyons as the Agency's Acting Executive Director. Lyons, MassHousing’s Managing Director of Government Affairs and Communications, will lead MassHousing on an interim basis, while the Board conducts a search for a permanent executive director.
the Louisiana Housing Corporation (LHC) Board of Directors approved more than $194 million to expand affordable housing opportunities statewide.
Providence Mayor Jorge O. Elorza, Senator Ana B. Quezada and Representative Scott A. Slater joined Barbara Fields, Executive Director of RIHousing, and representatives from Cornell Management to celebrate the completion of renovations at Pierce Manor, a housing development for seniors in the city’s West End.
MassHousing’s MIPlus Mortgage Insurance Has Helped 1,000 Homeowners Pay Their Mortgage Following a Job Loss
MassHousing's unique home mortgage insurance product -- MIPlus -- has now helped a total of 1,000 Massachusetts homeowners pay their mortgages during a period of unemployment.
Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA) is hosting a three-hour class for rental property owners, ''Update on Best Practices in Rentals'' on Thursday, November 16 between 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m.
A key financial tool for building affordable housing would be eliminated if the U.S. House Republicans' tax-reform plan, released last Friday, becomes law.
As part of its mission to build vibrant and sustainable communities, RIHousing, joined by Providence Mayor Jorge O. Elorza and Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian, today announced the relaunch of its incredibly popular ''First Down'' program, which provides $7,500 in down payment assistance to eligible first-time homebuyers purchasing a home in one of the Rhode Island communities hardest hit by the foreclosure crisis.
The District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency (DCHFA) financed its first development of Fiscal Year 2018 with the issuance of $21.5 million ($10.6 million long-term, $10.9 million short-term) in DCHFA tax-exempt bonds to fund the construction of The Solstice (3534 East Capitol NE, Washington, D.C.).