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This webinar recording presents an overview of the major accounting concepts associated with the use of private activity bonds and 4 percent low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs) to finance affordable multifamily rental housing properties
The Section 108 Loan Guarantee Program is one of HUD’s key sources of community and economic development financing, often catalyzing private economic activity in underserved areas or filling critical gaps in community development projects.
Learn about the basics of renewable energy, including the current state of the market. Get a quick overview of the fundamentals, including a look at how project finance and modeling works.
For years there has been an understanding that LIHTC applicants must either choose the 9 percent, per-capita credit route or instead pursue private activity, volume-cap bonds and claim 4 percent credits.
The low-income housing tax credit world can be confusing, but this preconference workshop helps you navigate it well, explaining the roles, the types of tax credits, the ownership structures, the development timelines, the ways to avoid recapture
Experienced renewable energy stakeholders will benefit from this workshop, which focuses on asset management and accounting issues for renewable energy transactions.
Gain a better understanding about developing affordable housing and what investors think about when looking at your property.
California has a highly competitive 9% low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) and in recent years, the state has used up its bond cap, therefore, competition for 4% LIHTC-financed developments has increased.
This webinar recording reviews the alternative courses of action available to LIHTC property owners when the 15-year compliance period comes to an end.
Renewables and environmental tax incentives receive increased support creating greater possibility for a greener future.