Conventional and Affordable Apartments Get Green With Fannie Mae

Conventional and Affordable Apartments Get Green With Fannie Mae

The federal government keeps expanding its suite of loan products that encourage energy efficiency.

“We want the owners to invest,” says Chrissa Pagitsas, director of the Green Initiative program for multifamily for Fannie Mae.

The latest change should help affordable housing properties use the Green Preservation Plus loan program from Fannie Mae and the Federal Housing Administration. Conventional multifamily property owners in New York City can a

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