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Commercial and Industrial

This guide will help organizations understand the complexities of development and the commitment needed to proceed. It will also detail the degree of support needed by community, local government, and public and private sector partners.

Commercial and Industrial

Community Facility Development

Community facilities are financially structured to have very little to no debt. This guild includes projects that can generate some cash flow to support small loans with small debt service. Projects that do not have debt will have operating and management expenses that must be paid by the tenant or building owner, so in all cases ongoing cash flow is needed. In many geographic regions, heating or cooling costs can substantially increase expenses.

Community Facility Development

Mixed Use / Mixed Income Development

Mixed use projects incorporate different real estate uses within one project. This mix may include affordable for sale, rental, commercial retail and office, and community facilities (such as child care, health care or space for community use). Mixed income refers to properties that include housing units targeted for above moderate income buyers and tenants.

Mixed Use/Mixed Income Development

MULTI UNIT ACQUISITION-REHABILITATION AFFORDABLE RENTAL HOUSING

Multi-unit projects are built to serve specific populations including seniors, families, homeless, transitional and housing for mentally or physically disabled. This guide will help organizations understand the complexities of development and the commitment needed to proceed. It will also detail the degree of support needed by community, local government, and public and private sector partners.

Multi Unit Acquisition

MULTI-UNIT NEW AFFORDABLE RENTAL HOUSING

Multi-unit projects are built to serve specific populations including seniors, families, homeless, transitional and housing for mentally or physically disabled. This guide will help organizations understand the complexities of development and the commitment needed to proceed. It will also detail the degree of support needed by community, local government, and public and private sector partners.

Multi-Unit New

SINGLE FAMILY FOR SALE: Single Family Detached, Condominiums and Scattered Site Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Sales

This guide is intended for use by community development practitioners interested in developing affordable single family homeownership projects. Projects may vary and include single family subdivisions, multi-unit condominiums and single family acquisition rehabilitation projects. This guide will help organizations understand the complexities of development and the commitment needed to proceed. It will also detail the degree of support needed by community, local government, and public and private sector partners.

Single Family

New Market Tax Credits

New Market Tax Credits (NMTC) has become a very important financing tool for nonā€housing community development, business and real estate development projects. Despite current economic conditions, NMTCs are a reliable incentive for attracting equity and debt capital to projects in economically disadvantaged communities from major commercial financial institutions. Through the sales of the credits, equity is brought into community development projects, usually to fill a critical gap in financing.

New Market Tax Credit

 

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What Is Community Economic Development?

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