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The Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation (“Corporation”) has posted the draft of its Homes for Texas Heroes Home Loan Program rules for public comment. The public comment period will run until December 4, 2017.
The Corporation is publishing the draft 2018 Tax-Exempt Bond Program Policies and Request for Proposals for public comment.
The Corporation is publishing Draft Guidelines For General Partnerships as they relate to the Corporation’s participation in affordable multifamily developments that meet or exceed the requirements of the Corporation’s Multifamily Tax-Exempt Bond Programs.
The Corporation is proposing updates to the Texas Housing Impact Fund policies.
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The term "middle class" carries a variety of meanings, and they are typically tied to the income a household earns. While there's no official definition of middle class, the Pew Research Center considers households earning between 67 percent and 200 percent of the median family income as middle class. Nationwide, that's an income range of $39,554 to $118,072 notes thebalance.com.
This is the latest entry in our On the House spotlight series. Our past spotlights featured TSAHC staff members and partners to help readers get to know our organization and industry a little better. But this week, we are turning our focus to a development financed in part by TSAHC’s Texas Housing Impact Fund. We think spotlighting affordable housing developments across the state will help readers understand what they look like, how they are financed and who lives there.
Much attention has been paid to millennials’ attitudes toward homeownership. However, an article published by CNBC in August argues that it’s actually baby boomers—not millennials—that are having the greatest impact on the current housing market.