Senate to consider extension of minimum 9 percent housing credit rate

On July 21, the Senate Finance Committee will hold a mark-up of legislation to extend several dozen expired tax provisions
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On the House: Fewer own homes; it's a most telling sign

State of the Nation's Housing report states that homeownership rates continued to fall last year.
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Service providers brace for lengthy Pennsylvania budget battle

As the Pennsylvania budget impasse wears on, human service providers are preparing to feel the pinch.
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Pottstown mulling landbank strategy

The Housing Alliance of Pennsylvania gave a presentation to Pottstown Borough Council about a process that could help get blighted, tax-delinquent properties back on the tax rolls.
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Job Opening: Senior Project Manager, Sherick Project Management, Inc. Philadelphia

Sherick Project Management, Inc is seeking applicants for the position of Senior Project Manager.
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Relief for PA Non Profits: Governor Wolf Delays CPSL Changes

On July 1, Governor Wolf signed into law Act 15, which immediately amends Pennsylvania’s Child Protective Services Law (the “CPSL”), effective as of July 1, 2015.
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Duquesne ordinance would establish registry for vacant buildings

Duquesne officials are considering an ordinance that would establish a registry for vacant buildings.
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Greensburg considers tax break plan to spur revitalization efforts

The scope of a novel tax-break program meant to battle blighted properties in Greensburg could soon expand to include the entire city.
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