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Anthony L. Marchetta

Executive Director

New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency

HQ Phone:  (609) 278-7400

Direct Phone: (609) ***-****direct phone

Email: a***@***.gov

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New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency

637 S CLINTON AVE

Trenton, New Jersey, 08611

United States

Company Description

The New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency (NJHMFA) is dedicated to increasing the availability of and accessibility to safe, decent and affordable housing to families in New Jersey. In some cases this may mean working with traditional affordable housi...more

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Employment History

Executive Director

NJ Sharing Network


Vice President - Principal

LCOR Incorporated


Affiliations

Rutgers Center for Real Estate

Advisory Board Member


Herefordshire Marshes Federation of Academies

Executive Director


Real Estate NJ

Advisory Board Member


The Regional Planning Partnership

Board Member


New Jersey Department of Health

Executive Director NJHMFA


Education

Camden County Community College


MBA

Rutgers University


Regional Planning degree

Rutgers University


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Rutgers announces 2017 advisory board members - Real Estate NJ

Anthony Marchetta, executive director, New Jersey Housing & Mortgage Finance Agency


Event Coverage - Real Estate NJ

Speakers on Monday couldn't help but tout the momentum created by those projects and now the Hahne's development, which satisfies a long list of goals for the city. "It is not only the building that is being reclaimed, but a large piece of the fabric of the neighborhood of the city of Newark," said Anthony Marchetta, executive director of the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency.


Pennsauken's Riverfront Village Receives Housing Revitalization Award | All Around Pennsauken

"These awards celebrate some of the best examples of quality affordable housing, supportive housing and public-private partnerships that have been placed in service throughout New Jersey over the last two and a half years," said New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency Executive Director Anthony L. Marchetta.


A Better Life Awaits Newarkers Experiencing Homelessness | Jersey Digs

A grand opening celebration, which was attended by officials such as 10th District Congressman Donald Payne, Jr., Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo, Jr., and Anthony Marchetta of the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency, was held on October 18th.


Growing need for affordable housing in Burlington County

Anthony Marchetta, executive director of the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency, said developers look to federal subsidies to offset the cost to build affordable housing units and he doesn't see that funding increasing over the next decade.
The federal Low Income Housing Tax Credit program allows qualified developers to purchase tax credits to offset the cost of building affordable housing. New Jersey receives about $20 million a year in federal subsidies from the Internal Revenue Services. But demands for the federal subsidy outpaces available funding three-to-one, Marchetta said.


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