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NOAH: The New Housing Acronym You Need to Learn

Since any solution to address this demand-supply mismatch must include a combination of new construction and affordable housing preservation, many advocates and developers have set their sights on neighborhoods with rental stock that is both market-rate and affordable to people living at or below median income for those areas. This is called naturally occurring affordable housing, or NOAH.

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It’s Academic!

Four ways bank leaders can support undergraduate education programs and build the next generation of bankers.

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Missouri Bankers Give Vets the Gift of Mobility

By Max Cook “Segs4Vets gave me my life back.” This statement from Army veteran Chris Stout echoes similar sentiments of U.S. veterans who have benefited from Segs4Vets, a nonprofit organization that gives Segway mobile transporters to severely injured veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. Launched in 2005, the organization’s mission is to help veterans choose the path of independence ...

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