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  • Capital One Provides $14M for Atlanta Senior Housing

    There will be 136 units allocated to households earning as much as 60 percent of the area median income, while the remaining 34 will be reserved for households earning as much as 50 percent.

    Atlanta 31 January 2017 16:02
  • Greystone Secures $117M for Affordable Rehab

    WWJ has acquired a portfolio of 44 affordable housing properties in the state of Georgia. The deal was overseen by Greystone, working with National and State USDA Rural Development, the Athens Housing Authority, Georgia Department of Community Affairs and Fannie Mae to secure the funds necessary to acquire and rehabilitate the portfolio.

    South 18 September 2013 18:49

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