Midwest Multifamily & Affordable Housing Business

The Multifamily & Affordable Housing Business regional magazine covers the full spectrum of news and trends analysis in the multifamily, affordable and workforce housing sector. The November/December edition of Midwest Multifamily & Affordable Housing Business features AHIB Managing Director Kyle Shoemaker in a Broker Roundtable. The discussion focuses on investing in the multifamily space while navigating through the pandemic. You can read more about this story on the digital edition of Midwest Multifamily & Affordable Housing Business [...]

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Mark-to-market hap contract - Laurel Village I and II - Somerset, PA

Mark-to-Market HAP Property Sold in Pennsylvania

Recently, AHIB brokered the sale of a 96-unit, full HAP Contract apartment community for $6.1 million in Somerset, Penn. The community, known as Laurel Village I and Laurel Village II, are two separate properties adjacent to each other and operated as one. Each property has its own HAP contract and set of financials. Laurel Village I was formerly operated under the 515 program, but that debt has been paid off and there are no USDA or 515 restrictions in [...]

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Full HAP coverage-New York-Briarwood MEadows

Full HAP Coverage in New York

Briarwood Meadow Apartments is a thirty-three unit apartment community with full HAP coverage from a project-based Section 8 contract. The community is in Black River, just outside of Watertown, New York. Watertown is the county seat of Jefferson County with a population just under one hundred ten thousand residents. The property has undergone significant physical renovations in recent years and has current rents that trail the market. Contract rents are both below comparable properties in the market, and HUD [...]

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Senior HAP Sale - Cambridge - Lawton Oklahoma

Senior HAP sale in Oklahoma

On October 30, 2020, AHIB closed a Senior HAP sale. Multiple offers were received on this Independent Senior HAP sale which is located in Lawton, Oklahoma. The seller was a non-profit developer. The original owner applied but did not receive a LIHTC allocation. As a result, they decided to sell.     The purchaser acquired the community using conventional financing. They are considering refinancing with HUD debt in the future. 

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