Zoning and Affordable Housing
Zoning has significant implications for affordable housing. Find out what to pay attention to, and how zoning laws may change over time.
What Is the Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity?
The FHEO investigates claims of discrimination in housing, with a particular focus on affordable housing communities backed by HUD-insured loans.
What Is Tax Increment Financing?
Tax increment financing, or TIFs, are a government-sponsored vehicle for boosting redevelopment or regeneration, typically within a struggling urban area.
The Difference Between Brownfield and Greenfield Developments
A brownfield development is any project built on land that has previously been developed, while a greenfield development is a project that will occupy a space that has not been previously developed.
Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity Discrimination in Housing
From early 2021, HUD began interpreting the Fair Housing Act to ban discrimination based on these protected classes. What does that mean for your multifamily property?
How Trended Vs. Untrended Rents Project a Multifamily Property's Rental Income
When looking at the revenue a multifamily property will provide over the long term, there are two different ways to project your property’s rental income: trended rent and untrended rent.