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After eight months of searching for an apartment, Vanessa received a phone call from Mercy Housing’s Decatur Place Apartments in Denver.

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Throughout the nation, Mercy Housing is taking action to raise awareness about the ever-growing need for quality affordable multifamily rental housing and stabilized communities.

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On July 19, Mercy Housing Senior Vice President of Community Impact and Investment Julie Gould shared testimony at the first of four public hearings regarding the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA). The hearings were held across the country to receive public comments and opinions on whether and how regulations should be revised to better serve the

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By Bill Goldsmith & Cindy Holler A recent news article delineated the factors causing the housing markets in cities like Chicago to continue their decline including the flood of foreclosures, lack of end-financing loans and the rise of unemployment, all of which is leading to supply of single-family housing in excess of homebuyer demand. Several

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When Girly Martens came to Mercy Housing’s Mason Apartments last October, it was clear to Resident Services Coordinator, Chadi El-Khoury, that she and her two year old son, Joshua, were in desperate need of help.

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Mercy Housing named one of Affordable Housing Finance’s Top Affordable Housing Developers and Owners

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Mercy Housing Lakefront welcomed Kurt Rogers to the Board of Directors. Rogers is a passionate proponent for affordable housing and has been a resident at Mercy Housing Lakefront’s Carlton Apartments since 1997.

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On October 28, 2009, Affordable Housing Finance magazine, the leading business-to-business publication in the affordable housing industry, held its annual Readers’ Choice Awards and Hall of Fame Luncheon at the Palmer House in downtown Chicago at the conclusion of AHF Live: The Affordable Housing Developers’ Summit. The luncheon, sponsored by Bank of America/Merrill Lynch, honored

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Whether she’s preparing and serving dinner at Evergreen Vista’s monthly resident meeting, organizing an outreach program or helping new residents get involved with the services their community has to offer, Intercommunity Mercy Housing resident Carolyn Walker is always busy.

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Mercy Housing receives two grants worth $750,000 from Citi Foundation. The grants will be used to expand the development of affordable housing in Illinois, California and throughout the nation.

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