PACDC’s activities have culminated in $180 million to date in new resources for affordable housing and neighborhood economic development.
NJRA Soliciting Instructors to Teach at Redevelopment Training Institute
The New Jersey Redevelopment Authority (NJRA) is soliciting instructors to teach at the NJRA Redevelopment Training Institute (NJRA RTI). NJRA RTI is looking for the following:
- General Instructor
- Microsoft Excel-Based Project Finance Instructor
About the NJRA Redevelopment Training Institute
The NJRA Redevelopment Training Institute provides opportunities for nonprofit and for-profit developers, professional consultants, entrepreneurs, and municipal/county officials to learn about all aspects of redevelopment.
The goal of NJRA RTI is to provide students with intermediate-level training courses that outline the nuances of the redevelopment planning law in New Jersey, focus on real estate project feasibility, and unlock the key to understanding project finance.
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The Philadelphia Housing Trust Fund has raised nearly $95 million since September 2005 to expand housing opportunities for more than 14,000 Philadelphia families.
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The local CDC industry generated $3.3 billion in economic impact in Philadelphia during the past 20 years.
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