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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 25, 1997
The Los Angeles County Community Development Commission has honored a Long Beach housing agency for its efforts to help the city's first-time homeowners secure special federal tax credits. The nonprofit Long Beach Housing Development Co. last year helped 182 people qualify for so-called mortgage credit certificates--three times the total of any other city in the county. Under the federal program, home buyers can receive income tax credits based on their mortgage interest rates.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 25, 1997
The Los Angeles County Community Development Commission has honored a Long Beach housing agency for its efforts to help the city's first-time homeowners secure special federal tax credits. The nonprofit Long Beach Housing Development Co. last year helped 182 people qualify for so-called mortgage credit certificates--three times the total of any other city in the county. Under the federal program, home buyers can receive income tax credits based on their mortgage interest rates.
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March 12, 1992
The city has awarded land purchased with Community Development Block Grant funds to two nonprofit groups planning to build a child-care facility and townhouses for low- to moderate-income families. The Community Improvement League will purchase nine parcels of land to the south and east of the Atlantic Avenue and Hill Street intersection for $1.
REAL ESTATE
May 5, 1991 | EVELYN DE WOLFE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"When you're middle class and a professional with no job or a place to stay, it can be harder than being poor," said Valerie N., recounting her ordeal as a homeless person. "One feels so helpless . . . and isolated." Eighteen months ago Valerie's world seemed on the verge of collapse. A bitter custody battle over her 7-year-old son, compounded by the pressures of a full-time job and long-term care of an ill parent, left her physically and emotionally exhausted.
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