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Enterprise announces an expansion of its Faith-Based Development Initiative in Baltimore to help houses of worship convert underutilized land into affordable homes.
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Enterprise Receives $20 Million Investment from Key Bank to Advance Racial Equity
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KeyBank's Brian Maddox talks with Mortgage Professional America about the importance of their loan to Enterprise's Equitable Path Forward initiative.
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Enterprise VP and Northern California Market Leader Heather Hood joins a KQED forum to discuss why affordable housing in California is becoming more unaffordable and strategies to bring down the price tag.
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Enterprise announces the closing of the Enterprise Housing Partners Fund XXXVIII (EHP 38), a $341,500,000 Low-Income Housing Tax Credit fund.
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The City of Detroit, Enterprise and University of Michigan’s Poverty Solutions co-authored the buyer guide that includes do-it-yourself checklists and guidance on land contract risks.
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The Board of Trustees of Enterprise Community Partners has elected Rick Lazio to succeed J. Ronald Terwilliger as board chair and Phyllis Caldwell as vice chair.
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A statement from Enterprise's New York team on the latest housing blueprint for New York City.
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Enterprise New York Faith-Based Development Initiative seeks to build the capacity of our faith-based partners and increase affordable housing production
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Our new analysis finds that with an investment of just 4 percent of the state’s nearly $100 billion budget surplus, the state could create more than 14,000 affordable homes.
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