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
InsightAffordable Housing News & Views - August 2022Beth MullenFrom legislative issues to technical updates to performance and industry trends, this monthly newsletter has the housing tax credit industry covered.
InsightNMTC Summit 2022: A conversation with Dr. Ken ThomasRead thoughts on public-private partnership, diversity, impact measurement, and more from Dr. Ken Thomas of Community Development Fund Advisors.
InsightAffordable Housing News & Views - July 2022Beth MullenFrom legislative issues to technical updates to performance and industry trends, this monthly newsletter has the housing tax credit industry covered.
InsightLIHTC market studies: Make sure your study addresses these 5 red flagsMarket studies provide a detailed analysis of a particular real estate market and a project’s feasibility, through the eyes of an entity independent from the project. As projects face increasing competition for tax credits, market studies are an important tool in proving their viability.
InsightRetaining LIHTC leadership – Why succession planning mattersMatthew BarcelloHow does an organization “download” the depth of experience to the next generation of Low-Income Housing Tax Credit leaders? Read our recommendations.