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National Housing Trust

A joint effort of the National Housing Trust and Enterprise Community Partners, NHT/Enterprise partners with community groups, for-profits and investors to buy and renovate affordable apartments that are deteriorating or at risk of being converted to market rate. Based in Washington, DC, NHT-Enterprise has preserved more than 5,000 affordable homes in nine states and the District of Columbia.

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Tenants Persevere to Save Affordable Housing;

WASHINGTON, D.C. - October 5, 2011 - (RealEstateRama) -- On October 6th, D.C. Councilmember Jim Graham will join residents, neighbors, and community developers to celebrate the Grand Opening of the St. Dennis Apartments in Washington, D.C.’s Mt. Pleasant neighborhood. Low income working families, many of whom had endured deplorable living conditions at the property, can now enjoy fully renovated, energy efficient affordable apartments. The preservation and renovation of the St. Dennis was made possible due to the tenacity of the Martinez family who refused to be forced from their neighborhood when their landlord sought to convert their apartment building to luxury condominiums.

Business Real Estate Press Releases

Joel MacIntosh WolfNet CEO

WolfNet Helps Customers Set A Real Estate Property Alert “Speed Record”

WolfNet®, the real estate industry’s most trusted MLS data standardization provider and leading innovator of IDX solutions and website services, announced the launch of its new data loader dubbed “PropertyPipeline” to significantly increase its data refresh speed that will benefit more than 250,000 real estate agents

Recent Gov & Nonprofit Real Estate Press Releases

Investing in Local Trends May Be the Best Move Right Now–and...

“No one is making any more real estate,” the saying goes, but we all know that properties can often cost too much and it’s too anxious to have to compete in the local real estate game, especially as a rookie. Experienced investors know and corner the market best, but they’re always looking for smart upstarts like you.