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First Place AZ will help develop more housing for adults with autism

Posted by   /  February 23, 2018  /  Real Estate  /  No Comments

AZBigMedia The Arizona Department of Housing has awarded the Foundation for Senior Living, or FSL, more than $3.9 million to build a second property—this one at 21st and Missouri avenues in Phoenix—in collaboration with First Place AZ. FSL and First Place will work with triARC Architecture & Design to develop 19 affordable, intergenerational units and six […]

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Affordable housing in Tempe focuses on veterans’ needs

Posted by   /  September 20, 2017  /  Real Estate  /  No Comments

Arizona Business Daily Tempe’s Valor on Eighth community already has a growing list of potential occupants as leasing of space designed for mixed use begins in December, according to a press release. Of 50 living units, 45 will be offered at inexpensive rental rates with preference given to U.S. veterans; while the remaining five will […]

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HUD announces effective date for mortgage insurance premiums

Posted by   /  January 12, 2015  /  Dealmaker, Government and Politics, Real Estate  /  No Comments

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By Philip Haldiman, Editor-in-Chief | The Dealmaker The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has announced that the Federal Housing Administration loan cut will go live Jan. 26. Some loans in process may also take advantage of the initiative. President Barack Obama visited Central High School in Phoenix last Thursday to announce reductions to […]

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Can new state program provide first time home buyers loans?

Posted by   /  December 23, 2014  /  Dealmaker, Government and Politics, Real Estate  /  No Comments

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By Philip Haldiman, Editor in Chief | The Dealmaker Yes, the housing market in the Valley is flat. One reason that get bandied around is potential buyers’ inability to make down payments. But there’s one mortgage product that could tilt the balance toward homeownership for those unable to financially handle up to 4 percent down. […]

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