Novogradac 2021 HUD Rent and Income Limits and Outlook for 2022-2023 Recording

This webinar recording will review the effects of HUD-published income limits on LIHTC properties—especially in a post-COVID-19 environment—and will focus particularly on the updates from the newly published limits as well as on how COVID-19 will impact limits in the next few years

Praise From Past Attendees

Original air date: April 23, 2021
Duration: 2 hours
Access to recording expires: April 23, 2022


Thomas Stagg, CPA, NPCC

Stephanie Naquin, NPCC, HCCP, COS
Multifamily Compliance Manager

Topics Covered

  • Income limit overview and history
  • Adjustments to arrive at very low income (VLI)
  • Maps illustrating the changes in income limits
  • HUD's cap on increases and rising income limits
  • Impact of COVID on 2022 and 2023 income limit estimates
  • Impact of changing limits on new and existing properties
  • Effective dates
  • How changing income limits will affect projects with layered financing
  • Enhanced rent and income limit calculator

Target Audience

Owners and managers of low-income housing tax credit properties, state agencies, attorneys, lenders, investors, accountants, consultants, and anyone else who wants to learn more about COVID-19’s effects on the low-income housing tax credit community.

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Nonprofit: $110
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