What’s trending in Affordable Housing



November 15, 2017

NP Affordable Housing Blog

Author(s): Jeffrey W. Sacks

Cape Cod affordable housing crisis deepens, recently released study documents success of Massachusetts Community Investment Tax Credit program. Here’s what’s trending in affordable housing and community development.

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Study documents success of Massachusetts Community Investment Tax Credit program

The Massachusetts Association of Community Development Corporations recently released a report evaluating the effectiveness of the Massachusetts Community Investment Tax Credit (CITC) program during its first three years of operation.—Jeffrey W. Sacks and Katherine Soule

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Cape Cod affordable housing crisis deepens: Cape Cod Commission’s Regional Housing Market Analysis and 10-Year Forecast

On September 11, 2017, the Cape Cod Commission released its Regional Housing Market Analysis and 10-Year Forecast of Housing Supply and Demand for Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Crane Associates, Inc. of Burlington, Vermont, and Economic & Policy Resources (EPR) of Williston, Vermont, prepared the report, working closely with the staff of the Cape Cod Commission as well as a review panel of local and regional advisors representing the banking and homebuilding industries, young professionals, gerontologists and other interests.—Jeffrey W. Sacks and Katherine Soule

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