WASHINGTON — Banks and other investors in low-income housing tax credits have enjoyed strong returns over the past few years due to the high demand for affordable apartments, rising occupancy rates and low interest rates.

But the strong demand for those tax credits is also whittling down the investment returns as their riskiness declines, according to a new report by the New York-based accounting firm CohnReznick.

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