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  • West Virginia Seniors Housing to be Rehabilitated

    Two West Virginia seniors housing properties have obtained redevelopment financing from Boston Capital. The residential complexes, which total 55 units, will be rehabilitated with an unspecified amount of tax credit equity through the Low Income Housing Tax Credit program.

    South 05 February 2013 20:42

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