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CAHF on Twitter

1 day ago
Hot Property: The Housing Market in Major Cities - excellent, open access resource from editors Rob Nijskens, Melanie Louis, Paul Hilbers, Willem Heeringa with analyses of global housing market dynamics. @AUHF_Housing @RealUreru https://t.co/eCmIou3bZy
5 days ago
Have you made your nominations for the @APIsummit 2019 Awards? The award for "best affordable housing development" is sponsored by @AUHF_Housing - So cast your vote now! Visit https://t.co/jTas69u9UD
7 days ago
Congratulations @FSDKe Tamara Cook - the new CEO! We look forward to working with you in promoting access to affordable housing finance in Kenya. Some much space for innovation. https://t.co/27IZOXru4y via @kenyanwalstreet
1 week ago
Excellent radio journalism to highlight South Africa’s transformation as guided by our National Development Plan. Candid interview with one of the architects, Prof Phil Harrison. Lots of lessons for the continent! Well done! https://t.co/bC9hkWeB1q
2 weeks ago
Save $105 by registering early for the @AUHF_Housing annual conference and AGM, this year in Cape Town from 4-6 November in partnership with the International Union for Housing Finance. Visit https://t.co/NeoVuVP8wV and register before 14 July!
2 weeks ago
Excellent resource from @landportal on SDG 11: https://t.co/gFATIFDtpn At its most basic, this is what our work in affordable housing is all about.

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