Showing entries tagged with: bip

December 19, 2022

2022 BIP Data Reveal Uncertainty and Changes in NYC Multifamily Real Estate Market

by UNHP
On December 15, 2022, 75 individuals representing 29 banks and affordable housing stakeholders participated in UNHP’s Annual Multifamily […]
September 26, 2022

Bronx Views: Buildings, Data & Stories Webinar & Fundraiser Summary & Replay

by UNHP
Click Here for Bronx Views Webinar Replay At UNHP’s Bronx Views: Buildings, Data and Stories Webinar and fundraiser, […]
March 24, 2022

Gambling with Homes, or Investing in Communities?

by UNHP
Over the past year, UNHP’s Multifamily Research and Action Center has collaborated with the LISC Research and Evaluation team to […]
May 27, 2021

This is What We Do: Research & Action-Seminar on Rising Water Rates & The Threat to Affordable Housing

by UNHP
On Thursday, May 27th UNHP hosted a Seminar looking at the ongoing rise of water and sewer costs […]
October 21, 2020

Summary of UNHP 2020 Affordable Housing Webinar & Replay

by UNHP
Click on the above graphic for a replay of UNHP’s Affordable Housing Webinar and Fundraiser held on September […]
August 6, 2020

Annual BIP Meeting – NYC Real Estate Market in the Pandemic

by UNHP
On July 28th, UNHP held its annual Building Indicator Project meeting. Jacob Udell, Data and Research Coordinator, presented […]
April 16, 2020

Trends in Bronx Housing Finance through COVID-19

by UNHP
In our first blog, we focused on issues particular to non-profit affordable housing providers during the COVID-19 crisis. […]
January 4, 2020

From the Peace Corps to the Bronx to the World: IPED Fellows at UNHP

by UNHP
Angel and Andres, UNHP’s first IPED fellows, survey buildings with Cathie Brady of Fordham Bedford Housing Corporation in […]
November 4, 2019

To Stop Displacement, Disclose the Data! by Guest Blogger Gregory Jost

by UNHP
Introduction In New York City neighborhoods where low-income residents face uncertain futures, real estate speculation has become, among […]

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