Tamara Schultz

Bipartisan Group of Lawmakers in Both the Senate and the House of Representatives Introduce the Affordable Housing Credit Improvement Act of 2019

Legislative Update

On June 4th, Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA), along with three other cosponsors, introduced legislation entitled the… Continue reading

Bruce Lammers Named New Rural Housing Service Administrator


CARH’S BROADCAST E-MAIL – Regulatory Alert

May 28, 2019

USDA announced the appointment of Bruce Lammers as the new Rural… Continue reading

Annual Meeting Hotel Room Block Sold Out

CARH’S BROADCAST E-MAIL – Annual Meeting

May 23, 2019


CARH’s 2019 Annual Meeting scheduled for June 24-26, in Arlington, Virginia,… Continue reading

HUD PIH-REAC & MFH Industry Day – May 20, 2019

CARH’s Annual Meeting Brochure Now Available; Hotel Cutoff Thursday, May 30th

BROADCAST E-MAIL – Annual Meeting

May 16, 2019

1)  CARH  Annual Meeting Brochure Now Available

The full agenda for the… Continue reading

HUD Issues Guidance on Steps for Field Offices if a Project Receives a Zero Resulting From Owner Refusing REAC Inspection

On May 14, 2019, HUD issued a memorandum dated May 1, 2019, entitled, “What to Do When a Project Receives… Continue reading

Incentives for FHA Mortgage Insurance for Properties Located in Opportunity Zones

In a Notice dated May 9, 2019, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) announced incentives to encourage affordable multifamily property owners… Continue reading

RD Announces Jen Larson as Director of Multi-Family Housing Portfolio Management Division

CARH’S BROADCAST E-MAIL – Regulatory Alert

May 10, 2019

USDA Rural Development (RD) announced today that Jen Larson has accepted… Continue reading

April 2019 Edition of CARH News

CARH’S BROADCAST E-MAIL – CARH News

May 9, 2019

The April 2019 digital edition of CARH News, the Council… Continue reading

REMINDER — CARH 2020 Program – Surveys Due Friday, May 10!

CARH’S BROADCAST E-MAIL – MEMBER UPDATE

May 8, 2019

In February, we announced this year’s CARH 2020 campaign aimed at… Continue reading