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Housing Funding in Philadelphia: The Sources and Uses of Public Dollars

Philadelphia, like many large cities, directs a considerable amount of money each year to meet its residents’ needs for quality affordable housing and related services. Over three recent fiscal years (2021-2023), local public sector entities expended nearly $2.3 billion on housing.

 
 

Mortgage Lending in Philadelphia: Key Take-Aways from the 2022 Home Mortgage Disclosure Act Data Release

 
 
Impact Story September 20, 2023

Status:Home: Supporting Equitable, Affordable Housing for a Vulnerable Population

 
 

New Capital Solutions to Expand Affordable Housing in Napa, California

 
 

West Philadelphia Real Estate (WPRE) is Revitalizing 60th Street’s Commercial Corridor

 
 
News April 19, 2023

Developers of Color from Around the U.S. Convene in Atlanta for Elite Program to Advance Racial Equity in the Vastly Underrepresented Housing Industry

 
 
News April 18, 2023

Opening Remarks at the Growing Diverse Housing Developers Convening

 
 
News March 24, 2023

Scheme Targets Homeowners

 
 
News February 24, 2023

Appraisal Bias Is The Fair Housing Issue Of The Day | Op-ed

 
 
News December 6, 2022

Investor Home Purchases and the Rising Threat to Owners and Renters

 
 

The Crossings at Brick Church

 
 
News November 8, 2022

Reinvestment News Fall 2022

 
 

Mortgage Lending in Philadelphia: Key Take-Aways from the 2021 Home Mortgage Disclosure Act Data Release

 
 

Investor Home Purchases and the
Rising Threat to Owners and Renters: Tales from 3 Cities

 
 

Rigby Housing

 
 

Philadelphia Home Appraisal Bias Task Force Report and Recommendations

 
 
News July 27, 2022

Philadelphia Home Appraisal Bias Task Force Issues Final Report and Recommendations

Today, Councilwoman and Majority Leader Cherelle L. Parker (9th District), along with Dr. Ira Goldstein, President of Policy Solutions at Reinvestment Fund, and all the members of the Philadelphia Home Appraisal Bias Task Force, issued its Final Report and Recommendations.

 
 
News July 26, 2022

How Ensuring the Success of Developers of Color Can Increase Atlanta’s Affordable Housing Supply

 
 

Supporting Locally Driven Community Development: The Pennsylvania Housing Affordability and Rehabilitation Enhancement Fund

 
 
News July 6, 2022

Growing Diverse Housing Developers: A New Training Program For Developers of Color

 
 

Historic District Development Corporation: Front Porch

 
 

Racial Bias in Home Appraisals

 
 

Entrepreneur, Venroy July, is Building Black Wall Street in Baltimore

 
 

In DC’s Langdon Neighborhood, a Blighted Apartment Complex Gets a Fresh Start

 
 

Barriers to Homeownership

 
 
News April 28, 2022

Atlanta’s Affordability Challenge

 
 
News April 2022

Atlanta Transaction Shows Value of Using NMTCs to Increase Homeownership

This article first appeared in the April 2022 issue of the Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits.

 
 
News May 31, 2021

Small But Mighty: How Small-Scale Developers Are Reimagining Atlanta’s Affordable Housing Playbook

 
 

Building Wealth and Affordable Housing