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National Housing Trust - Fannie Mae project: Anton Menlo

From: domainremoved <Moha>
Date: Tue, 23 Jul 2019 16:25:02 +0000

Dear City Council,


The National Housing Trust is currently working on a project with Fannie Mae to profile a number of properties across the country. Fannie Mae has selected these properties to highlight the ways in which its affordable housing products have leveraged state and local policies and programs aimed at creating and preserving affordable housing. Each project has a unique story and strategy that incorporates various levels of government programs, incentives and funding.



To research this, we're reaching out to the partners that played a role in the Anton Menlo development that can point to their work in affordable housing, the role they played in this project and most importantly, how they were able to leverage the Fannie Mae affordable housing products. I know specifically for the city of Menlo Park, the density bonus played an important role in the creation of affordable housing units.



We would appreciate the opportunity to chat with you about the Anton Menlo project, and experience with Fannie Mae and the financial leveraging tools utilized at the local level. We'd like to set up a time to talk hopefully next week. Please let me know if you're willing and able to chat, what time works for you and we can set up a call.

Thanks in advance,
From Moha

Moha Thakur
Public Engagement and Policy Associate | National Housing Trust
O: 202-333-8931 x 142 | mthakur_at_(domainremoved)
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Received on Tue Jul 23 2019 - 09:25:02 PDT

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