Barry G. Jacobs

Barry G.
Jacobs
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Court rebuffs owners of low-income housing project Low-income housing owners suffered a setback in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims when Judge James F.
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Rep. Johnson introduces bill to expand, reform tax credit A key House legislator has introduced a bill to expand and reform the low-income housing tax
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Budget includes renewal of all Section 8 contracts The Clinton administration has sent a fiscal 1999 budget package to Congress that would renew all expiring
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Clinton administration endorses increase in tax credit cap The Clinton administration has thrown its support behind a proposal to raise the per capita
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Cuomo moves ahead with HUD reform plans Housing and Urban Development Secretary Andrew Cuomo is moving ahead with plans to reform HUD, revising the field
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Tax credit advocates to push for increase in cap Low-income housing tax credit advocates plan to push this year for legislation to increase the annual
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Congress approves Section 8 mark-to-market plan Congress has approved permanent legislation to deal with the costly problem of expiring Section 8 rental
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Variety of factors hamper HUD's program administration Preservation of the existing low-income housing inventory has been a major issue in federal housing
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Balanced-budget package provides some real estate relief The tax portion of the budget-balancing package approved by Congress and President Clinton provides
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HUD unveils plan to improve its operations Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Andrew Cuomo has announced a major reform plan to improve program
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Archer abandons plan to sunset LIHTCThe low-income housing tax credit survived a threat to its future when its chief critic on Capitol Hill, House Ways
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Congress considers bill addressing Section 8 problems The Clinton Administration has sent Congress a bill to address the knotty problem of Section 8 rental
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'Get Tough' program tackles housing problems The Clinton Administration has announced plans to crack down on landlords who are abusing federal housing
Congress expands mark-to-market program
Congress expands mark-to-market programCongress has expanded the so-called "mark-to-market" demonstration program for Federal Housing Administration-insured
HUD addresses issue of excessive subsidy costs
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) issued guidelines for its mark-to-market demonstration program to address the problem of excessive
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