Author Archives: Benjamin Recchie

See our presentation from n4a

If you attended the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging’s n4a Annual Conference this past week, you may have seen our founder, Joe Recchie, presenting on our new model for developing affordable housing for older Americans. But if you missed it, don’t … Continue reading

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Tax credits, and how to use them

The federal government encourages developers to build affordable housing by offering them low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs). Developments that meet certain criteria earn tax credits that can be used to offset taxes they owe to the IRS. If the developer … Continue reading

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Why independent living?

Studies have shown that the best living arrangement for the physical and mental health of an older person is to live on their own in their own space, if possible. This arrangement is called independent living. The person in question … Continue reading

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State of Ohio Awards $714,000 Tax Credit for Renovation of Historic Potter Davis Building in Cambridge, Ohio

An award from the state of Ohio brings a team planning on rehabilitating the century-old Potter Davis Building in downtown Cambridge one step closer to their goal. The $713,489 state historic tax credit was awarded after a competitive process. It … Continue reading

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