As federal subsidies disappear, market demand must drive housing projects

Molis, Jim
February 1998
Bond Buyer;02/17/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30332, p34
Trade Publication
Focuses on bond market experts' call for developers of affordable housing to create projects driven by market demand if they expect to lure investors in the United States. End of an era of federal subsidies; Need for developers to arrange financing through a growing number of options.


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