The Legal Guide to Affordable Housing Development, Second Edition (ebook)

    By Rochelle Emilia Lento

    The Legal Guide to Affordable Housing Development, Second Edition (ebook)

    The Legal Guide to Affordable Housing Development, Second Edition (ebook)

    By Rochelle Emilia Lento

    Producing and maintaining quality affordable housing is not an intractable social problem but one that requires putting together the essential pieces of the puzzle -- a development concept responsive to community needs, suitable land, permissive land use regulations, adequate government funding programs, and creative public-private partnerships.

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    The Legal Guide to Affordable Housing Development covers the most important areas of applicable law and provides a comprehensive overview of affordable housing laws. This continues to be a time of challenges for affordable housing, with the now-familiar mortgage and foreclosure crises resulting in a period of deep uncertainty and long-term adjustment. This timely second edition provides not only a past and future perspective from seasoned professionals, but also includes critical updates to all of the chapters from the best-selling first edition on important issues such as the various and ever-changing legal challenges, new financing opportunities, the "greening" of affordable housing development, preservation and more. New chapters have been added to address recent legislative changes to the Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program, Mixed-use Development, and critical issues in financing.

    The Legal Guide to Affordable Housing Development is a clearly written, practical resource for attorneys representing local governments (municipalities, counties, housing authorities, and redevelopment agencies), housing developers (both for-profit and nonprofit), investors, financial institutions, and populations eligible for housing. With substantial cross-referencing between chapters and an extensive index for quick access to on-point information, the guide is organized into three separate parts.

    Product Details

    Editors

    Tim Iglesias

    Sponsors

    Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development

    Publishers

    ABA Book Publishing

    ISBN

    9781614382058

    Page Count

    548

    Product Code

    5530024EBK

    Publication Date

    5/1/2011 12:00:00 AM

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