Chris Neary

Cinnaire’s Policy Pulse – April 2023

This edition of Policy Pulse is focused on helping you understand the current state of play at the federal and state levels, including what new bill introductions and budget discussions will mean for Cinnaire’s work and the communities we serve. Click here to see Cinnaire’s April 2023 Policy Pulse enewsletter – https://conta.cc/3KcO8qF

Cinnaire’s Policy Pulse – August 2022

Chris Neary, Cinnaire’s Senior Vice President for Policy, Research, and Advocacy, provides an update on the Inflation Reduction Act, CRA Reform, Federal Policy Items on Our Radar and more in the latest issue of Policy Pulse. Click here to see the August 2022 edition of Cinnaire’s Policy Pulse  https://conta.cc/3A74D2z

Cinnaire’s Policy Pulse – March 2022

Chris Neary, Cinnaire’s Senior Vice President for Policy, Research and Advocacy, provides an update on the Build Back Better plan, an omnibus signed into law and potential reform to the CRA in the latest issue of Policy Pulse.    Click here to see the March 2022 edition of Cinnaire’s Policy Pulse https://conta.cc/3IFJJJQ  

Cinnaire’s Policy Pulse – January 2022

Chris Neary, Cinnaire’s Vice President for Policy, Research and Advocacy, provides an update on the Build Back Better Plan, the Community Reinvestment Act, and the busy agenda at the FHFA in the latest issue of Policy Pulse.    Click here to see the January 2022 edition of Cinnaire’s Policy Pulse  https://conta.cc/3tveuxd  

Meeting the Urgent Need for Safe and Affordable Housing for Our Heroes

Far too many veterans in the United States struggle to find an affordable place to call home. More than 37,000 veterans are homeless. At Cinnaire, we are committed to creating safe, affordable places to call home for all who have served our country. But we cannot solve this problem alone. The federal Low Income Housing …

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Cinnaire Comments on New Equitable Housing Plans for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac

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Recently, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) announced that it would be requiring Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to prepare Equitable Housing Finance Plans to advance equity in housing finance. In September, the FHFA issued a Request for Input on these plans, including its intention to require Fannie and Freddie to take actions within their power to …

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NMTC Brings Investment to Low-Income Communities – Let’s Make this Tool Permanent

The New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) has proven to be a successful public-private partnership with broad bipartisan support to bring impactful investments to communities that need it most. Today, we’re sharing the story of Mott Community College’s (MCC) Culinary Arts Institute in Flint. Through creative local partnerships and a NMTC investment provided by Cinnaire, MCC was able …

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Homeownership and Development Policies to Reverse the Legacy of Discrimination and Disinvestment in Wilmington

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In the City of Wilmington, the challenges posed by systemic racism are nothing new. Wilmington’s neighborhoods have been particularly harmed by the legacy of racist policies that have fueled segregation and a vicious cycle of disinvestment, leading to the devaluation of assets and a large number of vacant properties that contribute to crime and instability …

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Affordable Housing Credit Improvement Act Introduced in Congress

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On April 15th, a bipartisan group of Members of Congress introduced the Affordable Housing Credit Improvement Act (AHCIA). This legislation (H.R. 2573 / S. 1136) would expand and strengthen the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (Housing Credit), providing as many as 2,015,000 additional affordable homes over the next decade. It would also support nearly 3 million jobs and generate …

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