Microsoft treads cautiously as it plans to deploy $500M affordable housing fund in Seattle region

For the past five months, Microsoft has been trying to figure out how to spend $500 million to improve Seattle’s homelessness and low- and middle-income housing crisis.

According to Amy Liu, a senior officer for Microsoft Philanthropies, “The learning curve for us has not flattened,” she said. “I keep waiting for it to flatten. We are not affordable housing experts but we also wanted to move forward with something and be part of coming up with some solutions.” Read more about it at GeekWire.