Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development Releases Fiscal Year 2020 Annual Report Report also highlights COVID-19 response and recovery activities NEW CARROLLTON, Md. (February 2, 2021) - The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development today released its Fiscal Year 2020 Annual Report. The department generated an economic impact of nearly $4 billion for the state, including $63 million in state and local taxes. Approximately 15,200 full-time equivalent jobs with $769 million in wages and salaries were created by Housing and Community Development's projects and activities. Both the department's single family and multifamily housing achieved record-breaking years. More than $1 billion in loan reservations were made through the Maryland Mortgage Program in Fiscal Year 2020. In its competitive application round for federal Low Income Housing Tax
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