Financing Multi-Family Affordable Housing Projects: Leveraging LIHTCs, HUD loan programs, State Financing and Federal Block Grants
Navigating Strict Requirements for Various Financing Options
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide real estate counsel with a review of key legal and business considerations for investors and developers. The panel will review the financing tools and options currently available, and outline strategies for structuring and documenting transactions.
- Current opportunities and trends in multi-family affordable housing
- Financing options and how to qualify
- Tax-exempt bonds
- Low income housing credits
- HUD programs
- Other government agency loans
- Structuring and documenting deals
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What financing and other opportunities are driving investors and developers to pursue multi-family affordable housing transactions?
- What special requirements must investors and developers meet to qualify for government financing incentives?
- What strategies have proven effective for counsel negotiating financing packages and structuring transactions involving multiple layers of financing and other incentives?
Roberta L. Rubin
Ms. Rubin focuses her practice on negotiating complex multi-faceted affordable housing and community development... | Read More
Ms. Rubin focuses her practice on negotiating complex multi-faceted affordable housing and community development transactions, with particular emphasis on comprehensive neighborhood revitalization, special needs housing, and Low-Income Housing Tax Credit projects. She is also an adjunct professor at Northeastern University School of Law, teaching affordable housing law and modern real estate development. She has previously served as Deputy General Counsel of The Community Builders, Inc. and was a Member at the Boston firm of Brown Rudnick Freed and Gesmer (now Brown Rudnick Berlack Israels).Close
D. Hara Sherman
Goulston & Storrs
Ms. Sherman negotiates public-private real estate transactions, often involving government subsidy and tax credits... | Read More
Ms. Sherman negotiates public-private real estate transactions, often involving government subsidy and tax credits (LIHTC, HTC, NMTC, TIF, CDBG). She has counseled city agencies, developers and banks on a broad range of economic development and affordable housing transactions, from repositioning underutilized city-owned property in NYC and DC to innovative structures for new federal subsidies. Ms. Sherman serves on the Management Committee of Urban Land Institute New York, and she regularly speaks at industry conferences on affordable housing and economic development.Close