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LIIF Signs on to Comment Letter Requesting Indefinite Extension of Federal Financing Bank Funding for FHA Multifamily Risk-Sharing Mortgages

LIIF joined the National Association of Affordable Housing Lenders (NAAHL) and 14 other organizations to call on the Biden Administration to immediately extend the Federal Financing Bank (FFB) funding for FHA multifamily risk-sharing mortgages indefinitely under existing legislative authority. The FFB Risk-Sharing program provides affordable mortgage capital to Housing Finance Agencies (HFAs), which stand on the frontlines…

LIIF’s Stephanie McFadden Part of Urban Land Institute Magazine Roundtable on Affordable Housing

In this Urban Land Institute article, experts discuss the growing crisis of housing attainability for lower- and middle-income households across the United States, including ways the private and public sectors could help increase housing production, preserve existing affordable housing, and give more people access to housing; strategies for encouraging communities to accept more housing construction;…

Video Released Celebrating a Decade of Success of the Golden State Acquisition Fund (GSAF)

This Golden State Acquisition Fund (GSAF) video celebrates a decade of success via the synergy of a public-private partnership fostering innovation in California’s affordable housing sector. The numbers tell the story: With initial State funding of just $23 million, the revolving GSAF loan fund has spurred the creation of 10,000 affordable homes via 100 projects…

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

Capital Impact Partners joins forces with LIIF and Reinvestment Fund for a program sponsored by the Wells Fargo Foundation in support of real estate developers of color and creating more affordable housing Capital Impact Partners is partnering with Low Income Investment Fund (LIIF) and Reinvestment Fund to expand its commitment to helping real estate developers…

The Black Developer Capital Initiative

The Black Developer Capital Initiative (BDCI) was launched by LIIF and the National Affordable Housing Trust (NAHT) to support the growth of Black-led affordable housing developers. Despite strong track records, many Black developers have been systemically denied access to capital that would enable them to build more homes and grow their businesses. The more than…