The Pueblo of Acoma Housing Authority (PAHA) recently closed with equity investor Raymond James Tax Credit Funds (RJTCF) to begin construction on $7.5 million affordable housing development. The new development will include 30 housing units, a community building and an outdoor recreation area for its community members on the Acoma Indian Reservation in Pueblo of Acoma, N.M.
We are thrilled to introduce the inaugural edition of Dreamcatcher, our Travois quarterly newsletter dedicated to the Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program. The newsletter also features columns on design, compliance, and native cooking recipes.Read More
Please join Travois September 19th – 21st at the Mystic Lake Casino & Hotel for this year’s Indian Country Tax Credit Conference.Read More
Chaparral Suites Resort Scottsdale, ArizonaRead More
November 8-10, 2005
To make hotel reservations please call 1-800-528-1456.
Mention Travois, Inc. to secure the special group rate of $139/night (a limited number of government per diem rate rooms available for $103/night).
Travois President David Bland announced this month that the tax credit firm had reached a milestone: as of 2003, Travois has attracted $100 million in investor equity for low income housing in Indian Country.Read More