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House

Firms that conduct business as broker-dealers in securities or in the investment banking field are characterized as houses.

House

A broker-dealer or underwriting person or firm. Houses are usually large institutions, but may also be an individual. They provide investment advising services, place and execute orders on behalf of clients, and place new issues with investors.

house

An organization that acts as a broker-dealer or an underwriter.

house

In real estate jargon, generally indicates a detached dwelling on a parcel of its own land.

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"Given the incredible response the competition received, and the innovative proposals the jury reviewed, the competition presents a real opportunity to change the future of affordable housing. We hope that PRDG's proposal will serve as a prototype for future affordable housing developments built nationally and internationally."
Cost: $700-$1400 with housing; $350-$700 w/out housing.
Sicks company created the overall program, set up the finance structure, invested some of its own funds as seed capital, helped Dickerson network with some government officials, and delivered housing at below-market rates.
He proposes that 50,000 housing vouchers be made available annually to black families living in urban ghettoes for use in white areas with less than 10 percent poverty.
"There's still some open land around, and some buildings that can be redeveloped and turned into affordable housing," said Della Moran, an alum of the University of Chicago and an organizer with the Student/Tenant Organizing Project.
housing market has emerged as the great wildcard in the outlook for the global economy.
A transformation of how housing is understood along the lines Kelleher suggests could not come at a more critical time.
Housing is perhaps the ultimate nexus between the built environment and health disparities, and it has been the focus of much recent research and intervention activity looking at new approaches to old problems.
In 13 years with the BHC, Somanath has seen this trend begin to be reversed, as improved housing has raised its occupants' sense of pride and responsibility, and thus stimulated neighbourliness and reduced crime.
In exchange for the financial assistance in developing and operating public housing, PHAs agree to manage the housing according to certain minimum rules and regulations established by HUD.
In 2002, 50 housing starts were active in Sudbury, as opposed to 35 in 2001.

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