affordable housing

Estimating The Negative Impacts Of Capital Funding Cuts To Public Housing

February 26, 2012 / Comments Off on Estimating The Negative Impacts Of Capital Funding Cuts To Public Housing

Econsult Corporation was retained by The Public and Affordable Housing Research Corporation of the Housing Authority Insurance Group (PAHRC) to help estimate the distribution and scale of negative impacts of cuts in capital funding to public housing authorities (PHAs) in the United States. The aim of this joint effort was to inform national policy discussions about whether and how much the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) should cut federal funding to PHAs for capital expenditures. This study was national in scope, although localized effects are being explored and local examples have been detailed.

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ACHIEVEability: Local Economic Impacts

May 14, 2011 / Comments Off on ACHIEVEability: Local Economic Impacts

Our firm was retained by ACHIEVEability to estimate the impact the organization has on the City of Philadelphia Our firm was retained by ACHIEVEability to estimate the impact the organization has on the City of Philadelphia and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in addition to individuals and families associated with the program. Based in West Philadelphia, […]

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Economic Feasibility Analysis of a Mixed-Use Development

May 10, 2010 / Comments Off on Economic Feasibility Analysis of a Mixed-Use Development

Econsult Corporation was retained by the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency (HMFA) to calculate the Internal Rate of Return (IRR) and Net Present Value (NPV) of a proposed 911-unit development at Cinnaminson Harbour. Econsult was asked to calculate the IRR and the NPV under two different scenarios: the first was given currently allowed […]

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New Jersey Council on Affordable Housing Rules

January 10, 2007 / Comments Off on New Jersey Council on Affordable Housing Rules

New Jersey Council on Affordable Housing (COAH) Round 3 Growth Share, January 2007 In January 2007, the Appellate Division overturned portions of the New Jersey Council on Affordable Housing’s (COAH) Round 3 growth share methodology and requested additional analysis to support the use of a growth share approach. The Court also directed COAH to determine […]

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