Affordable Housing Blog
Share Print View
Massachusetts announces 25 recipients of 2017 low income housing tax credits

Twenty-five projects across Massachusetts received $28 million in federal and state low income housing tax credits in an announcement by Governor Charlie Baker on Tuesday, August 15. The projects in 17 communities across the Commonwealth will create or preserve 1,978 rental units, including 1,698 affordable units. This funding round included an additional $72 million in housing subsidy funds under the federal HOME funds and state capital programs. A copy of the press release can be found here.


There are no comments yet for this post.

Privacy Policy | Terms of Use and Conditions | Statement of Client Rights
This website contains attorney advertising. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome. © 2018 Nixon Peabody LLP
expand 1. HUD / RD

AFHS alerts
Elderly Housing -- Section 202
FHA Insurance and Risk Sharing
Preservation - HUD OAHP and Mark to Market
Section 8 Renewal Contracts
Utility Allowance
expand 2. Local & Regional

California and West Coast
Housing Production Trust Fund
New York and Northeast
expand 3. Energy Tax Credits

expand 4. Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits

Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits
expand 5. Low-Income Housing Tax Credits

expand 6. New Markets Tax Credits

New Markets Tax Credits
expand 7. Real Estate

expand 8. Specialty

Freddie Mac
LGBT Housing
Tax-exempt Entities
expand 9. Video