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A Newsletter From HUD USER, September 1996

In This Issue

  • New Database Provides Valuable Information on Tax Credit Projects
  • Report Documents Early MTO Results
  • Modeling the Effects of Public Housing Changes
  • HUD Presents Prescriptive Method for Steel Frame Residential Construction
  • Comp Grant More Flexible, Report Finds
  • Study Finds Severe Housing Needs Among American Indians and Alaska Natives
  • Report Cautions Against Privatizing Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac
  • Homeownership Zones Revitalize Neighborhoods
  • Guide Helps Make Homes More Comfortable and Accessible
  • Study Assesses Accuracy of Subsidized Rent Payments
  • How to Contact HUD USER
    Dates to Remember

    In the July/August issue of FieldWorks:
    • A multi-ethnic partnership that creates homeownership opportunities in Chicago.
    • Business revival strategies for inner-city Camden, New Jersey.
    • "Resident-driven" development in Columbus.
    • Arc of North Carolina's nationally recognized supportive housing projects for persons with developmental disabilities.
    • Internet resources on community development funding strategies.
    • Upcoming events of interest to housing and community development professionals.
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