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Housing Partnership Network

Housing Partnership Network

The mission of the Housing Partnership Network is to build affordable homes, better futures and vibrant communities for low- and moderate-income people through partnerships with our member organizations, the business sector, government, and philanthropic institutions.
The Housing Partnership Network fulfills its mission by supporting and partnering with its members -- 100 of the nation's leading housing and community development nonprofits that work locally, regionally and nationally to ensure that people have the opportunity to live in decent homes in vibrant communities. HPN facilitates the peer exchanges among members that produce new and innovative solutions to shared problems; researches and tests ideas for feasibility; raises the necessary capital to launch new business enterprises; and manages the initiatives on behalf of participating members.

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Housing Partnership Network

Announcing HPN’s New Home Counseling Collaborative

Housing Partnership Network (HPN), HomeFree-USA, the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC), UnidosUS and Fannie Mae are pleased to announce a joint effort to develop an exciting new platform for the housing industry that serves the needs of prospective and existing homeowners and renters across the U.S.

The Housing Partnership Equity Trust Announces a Transition in Leadership

The Housing Partnership Equity Trust (HPET) has announced today a transition in executive leadership. After almost five years as CEO of HPET, Drew Ades is departing in pursuit of new opportunities

Business Real Estate Press Releases

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Investec Announces Acquisition of The Esplanade Shopping Center in Oxnard

Investec Real Estate Companies, specializing in the acquisition, development, management and leasing of retail properties in California, is pleased to announce its newest acquisition, The Esplanade Shopping Center in Oxnard, California. The 356,864-­­ square-foot shopping center is anchored by Dick’s Sporting Goods

Recent Gov & Nonprofit Real Estate Press Releases

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Majority Feel 2018 Fourth Quarter is Good Time to Buy Home,...

New findings from a National Association of Realtors® survey show that despite a favorable view on the economy and the direction of home prices, the sentiment on home buying continued to diminish at the close of 2018 – though a majority still think it is a good time to buy. Consumer sentiment about home buying weakened in the fourth quarter with only 34 percent strongly indicating it is now a good time to buy, down from 39 percent in the third quarter and 43 percent one year ago.