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Getting the numbers to work on a 30-unit project.
The Rental Revolving Loan Fund (RRLF) currently on the desks of Vermont lawmakers would supercharge the development of middle-income housing projects…
Notes from my testimony to the Vermont Senate Committee on Economic Development and Housing.
A $650,000 grant closes the funding loop on my next project: a 6-unit affordable housing conversion.
Comparing development economics of a 51-unit project in Brooklyn to a 9-unit in Fairlee, VT.
The supply chain's continued attempt to derail our project almost wins. But a little creativity and persistence keeps us on track.
The debt service coverage ratio (DSCR) can make or break your project. Here's how.
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