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Asterhill Research Company

Research, Planning and Healthy Communities Advocate
"Healthy Communities are grounded in knowledge"

Congratulations on 9% LIHTC RFP Awards in Mid Atlantic and New England States
Congratulation to the Awardees of LIHTC Funding in New Yor, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts.

Housing "Lite" Plus Report
Asterhill continues to improve its Housing "Lite" Plus Report to meet client needs. We added housing demand data and sampling of market-rate
rentals to the report. Click on this link to view and download a sample report (Sample: Housing "Lite" Plus Report,) and when your ready order your
report today using this link or the icon below; HL+R Order form or call us directly at 585-861-3442.

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Asterhill Research Company
P.O. Box 146
Churchville, NY 14428
(585) 861-3442
(585) 861-1861

Asterhill Research Company works with clients to integrate public health and urban planning practices to advance health equity,
resulting in healthier communities. Today, communities seek a more sustainable approach to improve the quality of life, and this
requires communities to focus on finding equitable balance among social, economic, environmental, and cultural factors.

Our Goal is to improve the quality of life and increase the health capacity of communties.
Healthy communities are characterized by: a strong sense of place, a vision that is embraced and actively promoted by all of the key sectors of
society, and a place that builds on its assets and dares to be innovative.

Our Approach believes transformational and sustainable change is grounded in knowledge.
The opportunity for change is achievable through research and planning to help communities become healthier & increase their capacity to
remain healthy.

Our Philosophy advocates that healthy communities continually create and improve physical and social environments.
Communities need to expand resources that enable people to mutually support each other, developing to their maximum potential and improving
the quality of life for its residents.