As a new world continues to take shape, the “new normal” in the real estate industry will be one centered around trust among investors, tenants, landlords, communities, and other key stakeholders.
Now is the time to completely rewrite strategies for finance, management, planning, risk control, and design; to revisit business strategies to improve processes and performance and help uncover uncharted value; and to define and act on a corporate vision that seeks to optimize social impact, reputation, and sustainability. Explore our Building Trust resource center for tools and insights on how to navigate these changes and help build a more resilient, thoughtful, and trustworthy real estate industry. Topics include:
- Healthy building strategy
- Finance and capital strategy
- Risk management and continuity
- Plus, video insights from our team and from leaders across the real estate industry
Affordable Housing News & Views
InsightTop Inflation Reduction Act takeaways for affordable housingLee Peterson, Beth MullenTune in as we unpack the latest on the Investment Tax Credit; “adder credits” for affordable housing projects; ITC and LIHTC basis interactions; and more.
InsightAffordable Housing News & Views - September 2022Beth MullenFrom legislative issues to technical updates to performance and industry trends, this monthly newsletter has the housing tax credit industry covered.
InsightBuilding resilient communities: NMTC as a tool to fight the climate challengeThere’s room to incorporate green aspects into every New Markets Tax Credit deal, to help protect low-income communities from climate change. Read more.
InsightHUD to allow monthly surplus cash distributions for qualifying multifamily projectsTravis HarringtonHUD has announced a new monthly distribution election on new loans for qualifying projects. Read our overview of eligibility and compliance requirements.
InsightUtilizing coronavirus state and local recovery funds for affordable housingColin McPhersonCoronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (SLFRF) may be used in combination with LIHTC and other programs, provided conditions are met. Read more.