Affordable Housing—National Low Income Housing Coalition releases annual study of rental housing affordability
Housing Development and Preservation—Expert advice on making RAD deals work from LISC Housing, National Equity Fund and Community Development Trust
Commercial and Economic Development—In a San Francisco Chronicle op-ed, LISC leaders explain how to help small businesses have big impacts
Family Income & Assets—Education programs help fill the workforce skills gap
Affordable Housing—New publications offer updates and guidance on a variety of affordable housing issues
Affordable Housing—A look at the likelihood that Congress will enact substantial tax reform in the coming years and what the impacts on the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) could be
Commercial and Economic Development—CDFI Fund opens waitlist for Training and Technical Assistance Workshops for Minority Community Development Entities
Leading—Recorded webinar helps viewers engage in strategic risk management practices
Engaging, Implementing, Affordable Housing, Arts & Culture, Community Safety, Health & Wellness—A look at our most popular stories of the year
Affordable Housing—HUD’s Cityscape looks at gentrification causes and consequences
LISC Talks: The LIHTC Market After the Election The prospect of a reduction in corporate tax rates as a result of the Presidential election has created uncertainty in the low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) market. How are investors responding? What has been the effect of this uncertainty in terms of pricing? Joe Hagan, President of the National Equity Fund, and Denise Scott, Executive Vice President for Programs at LISC, discussed what is going on in the market right now and how you can potentially mitigate the effects of tax cuts on your affordable housing projects. Archived webinar and PowerPoint.
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The LISC Institute for Comprehensive Community Development is designed to share knowledge and resources with LISC staff, local agencies in the LISC network and others who are working in the field of comprehensive community development. The Institute website, trainings, webinars and peer-to-peer support are tools that help practitioners and their partners successfully implement comprehensive community initiatives.