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Standard and Poor’s Rating Services | U.S. State Housing Finance Agency Delinquency Rates Continued To Improve In The Second Quarter Of 2014

As of June 30, 2014, U.S. housing finance agency (HFA) single-family loan delinquencies had fallen to their lowest level since the third quarter of 2009, signaling a downward trend that that may indicate HFA delinquencies will stay in a lower range.

Moody’s HFA Single-Family Bond Financing Report

HFA Single-Family Bond Financing Will Increase, Driving Revenue Growth

Moody’s Variable Rate Debt Report

State Housing Finance Agencies Benefit from Declining Variable Rate Debt

National Association of Home Builder’s Report on The Economic Impact of the Affordable Housing Credit

In addition to ensuring the supply of affordable rental housing, the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) supports jobs and provides benefits to the economy. Using the NAHB economic impact model of home building, revised industry estimates reveal that the LIHTC program supports almost 96,000 jobs in a typical year.

National Disaster Tax Relief Act of 2014

To provide tax relief for major disaster areas declared in 2012 and 2013 and for other purposes.

Moody’s 2013 Median Report on HFA Multifamily Loan Programs

2013 Medians Underscore Strength of State HFA Multifamily Programs

Moody’s Johnson-Crapo

Sector Comment: Proposed GSE Reforms Include Provisions for Housing Finance Agencies, a Credit Positive

Provisions in the Chairman’s Mark: Expiring Provisions Improvement Reform and Efficiency (EXPIRE) Act

The bill extends for two years the $250 above-the-line tax deduction for teachers and other school professionals for expenses paid or incurred for books, supplies (other than non-athletic supplies for courses of instruction in health or physical education), computer equipment (including related software and service), other equipment, and supplementary materials used by the educator in the classroom. A two-year extension of this provision is estimated to cost $430 million over 10 years.

Chairman’s Mark EXPIRE Act

Description of the Chairman's mark of the "Expiring Provision Improvement Reform and Efficiency (EXPIRE) Act."