CPE: 6.27 LIHTC Year 15 webinar

 

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Instructional delivery method: Group internet

Learning Objectives: 

  • Identify the factors that cause an LP capital account to go negative vs. strategy that can keep it positive
  • Define the right of first refusal under IRC 42(i)(7)
  • Calculate gain/loss on limited partner exit
  • Calculate the amount the GP needs to pay the LP in a buyout to cover the LP’s taxes on any gain on liquidating sale
  • Identify motivations for both the GP and LP in wanting the GP to buyout the LP’s interest prior to Year 15 as well as both parties’ motivations for not wanting an early buyout
  • List benefits to partners of refinancing the property at or prior to Year 15
  • Calculate the funding sources needed to satisfy the cash uses in a deal resyndication
  • Define the 10-year-hold rule and the tack-back rule
  • Apply the grandfathering rule to existing low-income qualified tenants
  • Identify when LIHTC rents must be reset during syndication
  • List the basic rules associated with a qualified contract

Level: Intermediate

Prerequisites: A basic understanding of how the LIHTC program works

Advance preparation required: None

Field of Study: Specialized knowledge 

Credit Hours: 2

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