USGBC Partners with Bank of America on New Green Neighborhoods Grant Program

Washington, D.C.–A committee consisting of industry leaders will select 10 to 12 projects from the group of program applicants.

NeighborWorks America Awards $35M in Grants for Greening of Affordable Housing

Washington, D.C.–The CFRAH grants will provide the selected recipients from NeighborWorks’ network of nonprofit organizations with money to assist the development of green properties.

Home Buyer Tax Credit Program Expiration Weakens Pending Home Sales

Washington, D.C.–The June 30 closing deadline for first-time homebuyers forced a decline in pending home sales after having bolstered them for three consecutive months.

Bainbridge Announces Plans for a 200-Unit Luxury Apartment Project in Suburban D.C.

Washington, D.C.–The company has secured Restis Group as an equity partner on the project.

Affordable Housing Proves to be Engine for Local Economic Improvement in NYC

New York–The economic benefits of affordable housing, beyond the provision of much-needed low-cost apartment residences, is threefold.

Colliers Expands Business into Seniors Housing Sector with Launch of New Group

Colliers International is turning its attention to one of the most solid commercial real estate sectors with the creation of its Seniors Housing Practice Group.

Renters Look to Friends’ Recommendations When Hunting for New Digs

New York–Renters’ aren’t just looking at traditional advertising when searching for new apartments.

Existing-Home Sales Expected to Drop Sharply Over Summer

Washington, D.C.–What a difference a year makes. Sales of existing homes–single-family, townhomes, condominiums and co-ops–has significantly outshone last year’s numbers.

Ground Breaks on Unique Affordable Seniors Project in South L.A.

Compton, Calif.–The community will be home to financially challenged elderly residents with physical disabilities.