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The commission's nine members, Republican and Democrats, were appointed by President Obama and the majority and minority leaders of both houses of Congress. They worked as volunteers, had no offices and spent most of Although Alaska has 229 of the

Senior Housing Finance Activity: HealthLease, Newcastle, Skilled Healthcare ...
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Alaska Housing Finance Corporation (AHFC) has announced its 2014 Greater Opportunities for Affordable Living (GOAL) grants and tax credits, totaling $33.2 million and benefiting five communities across the state. The projects will develop or upgrade a

Can bridge across Knik Arm compete with other Alaska transportation needs?
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including guaranteeing a developer's profits. House Finance Committee member Rep. Mia Costello, R-Anchorage, tried to salvage the project's credibility by introducing a bill transferring the project to the well-regarded Alaska Housing Finance

Fueled by soaring stock market, Alaska's net worth climbs to $103000 per person
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Fueled by soaring stock market, Alaska's net worth climbs to $103000 per person In addition, the state has roughly another $10 billion in net assets here and there, in its general fund and in things like the Alaska Housing Finance Corp. with $1.5 billion in equity and in the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority with

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Anchorage rental vacancies increase amid population decline

Alaska is seeing more people moving out of state than are moving in, over the last 4 years, which could be impacting the rental market, according to a recently released report by the state.

While rates have been slightly increasing over the last 8 years, the report shows vacancy rates have also reached a 10-year high going from 5.8 percent to 7.3 percent.

Kassandra Taggart, Broker and Co-Owner of Real Property Management said there could be several factors at play including lower rates during a building boom in the Mat-Su Valley, and people leaving due to job losses, which is creating fewer renters. Some people leaving Alaska are also deciding not to sell their houses.

"The inventory market has dropped and dropped and dropped and dropped and partly because a chunk of them are making them rentals instead of selling the house so now we're having more rentals to choose from on top of that," Taggart said.

Taggart said Real Property Management is currently seeing just over 3 percent vacancy rate.

Treasury Auctions Set for the Week of July 17

Georgia Road and Tollway Authority, $353 million of federal highway grant anticipation revenue and revenue refinancing bonds and federal highway grant reimbursement revenue and revenue refinancing bonds. Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

Indiana Finance Authority, $115.5 million of hospital revenue refinancing bonds. J. P. Morgan Securities.

Massachusetts, $200 million of general obligation bonds. Barclays Capital.

Massachusetts Housing Finance Agency, $121.6 million of single family housing revenue bonds. Morgan Stanley.

Monroe County, N.Y., Industrial Development Agency, $125 million of school facilities revenue bonds. Citigroup Global Markets.