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  • LIHTC’s New Lease on Life

    The low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) program has put more than three million housing units in service since its inception in 1986, and this year’s introduction of tax reform has expanded LIHTC for the next few years. But in today’s compressed-yield, rising-rate environment, will the credits’ future remain secure?

    National 27 September 2018 05:53
  • Multifamily Construction: A Good Time for Groundbreakers

    After years of relatively few advances in construction technology, processes and systems, new industry challenges are shaping up to drive innovation in the space. NMHC Vice President Paula Cino weighs in on how the apartments of the future will be built.

    National 27 September 2018 05:52
  • A Decade of Diversity, Inclusion: Finding the Value of Difference

    A smart business strategy in 2018 also relies on principles such as diversity and inclusion. NMHC General Counsel Betsy Feigin Befus reflects on why it takes more than just lining up policies to be successful.

    National 06 September 2018 07:29
  • Are You Ready for the Next Storm?

    If there is one lesson learned from the last storm season it’s that disaster preparedness has become central to our industry’s operations, from the property level to the C-suite.

    National 06 August 2018 09:57
  • NMHC’s Doug Bibby Zeroes in on Affordability

    The association leader offers insights and recommendations about mitigating the country's lack of affordable housing in the first installment of an exclusive quarterly podcast.

    National 13 July 2018 20:36
  • Blurring the Line Between Cities and Suburbs

    Given shifts in development trends, NMHC research shows that housing density may provide a better framework for evaluating multifamily trends than traditional city-vs.-suburb designations.

    National 02 May 2018 06:30
  • 8 Game-Changers for Multifamily

    Major, disruptive shifts stand to reshape the needs and wants of tomorrow’s renters. Can the multifamily industry adapt its approach to designing, developing and operating apartment communities fast enough to stay relevant?

    National 30 March 2018 06:25

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