Recent Presentations

Ken Danter made a presentation to the Building Industry Association of Central Ohio on January 29, 2015. The PowerPoint of that presentation is now available for download as a .ZIP file. Below is the video of a presentation that Ken Danter gave in September 2014 to the city of New Albany, Ohio, as part of their …

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2015 Qualified Census Tracts, Difficult Development Areas Updated

HUD has updated Qualified Census Tracts (QCT) and Difficult Development Areas (DDA) for 2015, to be effective for properties placed in service after 12/31/2014. The Danter Company provides this information on our website in an easy to use format as a convenience to our LIHTC clients and others working with the LIHTC program. Updated DDAs …

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Rethinking Streets for Successful Communities

Kenneth Danter appears in this video produced by Mid Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) in 2011 discussing trends in housing as well as ways to think about the relationship of demographics to housing supply. Other key figures in development issues in Central Ohio also appear in the video. Tags: Columbus housing market, empty nesters, home …

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Housing Continuum III – Mid-Range Multifamily/Rental

Link to previous articles: Part I – Introducing the Housing Continuum Part II – Entry-Level Multifamily/Rentals This article is the third in a series examining the housing market dynamics represented by what we call “The Housing Continuum”, as illustrated in the chart above.  The first article introduced the Housing Continuum concept.  The second article described …

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Is Your Downtown Ready for Housing Development IV – Amenities

In the course of our extensive market and case studies for downtown residential development, The Danter Company has established a checklist of 23 items that help us judge whether a downtown market is ready for residential development.  In previous articles, we examined employment factors (Part I), government and regulatory factors (Part II) and student housing …

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Is Your Downtown Ready For Housing Development III – Student Housing

In the course of our extensive market and case studies for downtown residential development, The Danter Company has established a checklist of 23 items that help us judge whether a downtown market is ready for residential development.  In this article, the third of a series, we will look at factors regarding student housing. Part II …

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