Community Investments Newsletter
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Volume 12; No. 1; May 2000
May 2000 (PDF - 842KB)
- Cover (PDF
Notebook (PDF - 110KB)
Where is the spirit of CRA?
- National Housing
Development Corporation (PDF - 23KB)
Creating and maintaining affordable housing remains one of the
greatest challenges facing community development professionals. Learn
about the efforts of a new nonprofit focused on preserving affordable
-by Kathy Kenny and John Trauth
- Equity Capital
Creates Rural Jobs (PDF - 296KB)
Read about one intermediary's approach to providing rural businesses
with unsecured risk capital and how it compares to other equity and
venture capital instruments.
-by David Kleiber, Loan Officer, Cascadia
- CRA Leadership
Council Members (PDF - 102KB)
Local councils established by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
Review a list of the 2000-1 Leadership Council members for your state.
Lending (PDF - 267KB)
A discussion of lessons learned by the Fed's sovereign lending
task forces and how they are fostering increased housing and lending
opportunities on Native American reservations.
-by Craig Nolte, Community Investment Advisor, Federal Reserve Bank
of San Francisco
Multifamily Mortgage Risk - One Lending Consortium's 10-Year History
(PDF - 250KB)
A look at CCRC's exceptional 10-year record of financing 7,500
affordable housing units. What they have learned, where they go from
here and what you can learn.
-by Mary Kaiser, President, California Community Reinvestment
and George H. Vine, Principal, Vine & Associates
Bulletin (PDF - 333KB)
- Joy Hoffmann Molloy
Managing Editor - Lena Robinson
Contributing Editor - Jack Richards
Design and Layout - Cynthia B. Blake
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