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Search Results: Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTCs)
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Low Income Housing Tax Credits and Historic Tax CreditsMembers only Login
Garrick Gibson with CohnReznick discusses Low Income Housing Tax Credits and Historic Tax Credits and requirements and restrictions involved.
Low-Income Housing Tax Credits: Affordable Housing Investment Opportunities for BanksMembers only Login
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency released this report detailing elements of the LIHTC program including deal structuring, opportunities for banks, community impacts, compliance and much more.
CTCAC Development Application Workshop PresentationMembers only Login
This presentation from the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee includes a recap of the 2013 9% Competition, regulation changes for 2014, and the Federal and State credit set-asides and apportionments. The presentation also provides detailed...
LIHTC Case Study: How a Timely Project Reaped Big BenefitsMembers only Login
Lancaster Pollard released this case study of Copper Landing Family Apartments and how the developer utilized low-income housing tax credits and tax-exempt bonds in 'record' time to provide a tremendous community benefit for low-income residents.
LIHTC & Tax-Exempt Bond Case Study: Garden Park VillaMembers only Login
Lancaster Pollard created this case study to showcase the innovated financial structuring of a 50-unit affordable housing complex which incorporated Low Income Housing Tax Credits, Tax-Exempt Bonds, an FHA pilot program, and a bridge loan.
Ohio Housing Finance Agency - Qualified Allocation PlanMembers only Login
The Housing Credit Program (LIHTC Program) is a federal income tax incentive program designed to increase the supply of quality affordable rental housing by assisting with the financing of development costs. Since 1987, the OHFA has used the Housing...
The Community Reinvestment Act and Its Effect on Housing Tax Credit PricingMembers only Login
This report by CohnReznick LLP puts facts and figures to the commonly experienced market effects of CRA investors in the LIHTC world. CohnReznick explores this phenomenon with data that shows that CRA need increases the spread in the amount of...
Diversification of Capital Creates Fresh FocusMembers only Login
Heather Hood with Enterprise Community Partners discusses a variety of public and private sources for community investment projects. Hood assesses Social Impact Bonds, Low Income Housing Tax Credits, land-use planning, California investment funds,...
Georgia Downtown Renaissance ActMembers only Login
The Georgia Downtown Renaissance Act affirms the importance of Georgia’s downtowns by offering state tax incentives for private sector investments within clearly defined downtown boundaries called Renaissance Districts.
Pay for Success: Building on 25 Years of Experience with the Low Income Housing Tax CreditMembers only Login
Terri Ludwig of Enterprise Community Partners was featured in Community Development Investment Review for writing on Pay for Success programs. Ludwig's article suggests incorporating elements of LIHTCs into Social Impact Bonds to ensure only...
Community Development Investment Review - Volume 9, Issue 1Members only Login
The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco released the first issue in 2013 of the Community Development Investment Review. This issue focuses on successful, performance driven financing tools to promote community development. A variety of the best...
PIDC/PHFA Affordable Housing Seminar - Tax Exempt Financing OptionsMembers only Login
PIDC and PHFA hosted an Affordable Housing Seminar in early 2013 to promote the availability of tax exempt financing options for housing projects. The seminar has a variety of organizations with experience in the industry to provide a wealth of...
Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program Fact Sheet
This fact sheet, provided by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, provides an overview of the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Program. Elements include how the credits work, how they are awarded, and how LIHTC projects can provide...
Opportunities: Projects With Expiring 9% Tax Credit Compliance PeriodMembers only Login
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe released a quick information document explaining acquisition and rehabilitation opportunities for projects with an expiring nine percent tax credit compliance period. These said projects may qualify for rehabilitation...
Low-Income Housing Tax CreditsMembers only Login
Michael Buker from Ice Miller gives a detailed presentation on Low-Income Housing Tax Credits.
Tax-Exempt Multifamily Housing Bonds and 4% Tax CreditsMembers only Login
Novogradac & Co, Capital Area Housing Finance Corporation, and Citi Community Capital deliver a presentation at NALHFA discussing the creation of opportunities and discovering new solutions in affordable housing.
Low-Income Housing Tax Credit: Assessment of Program Performance
This report from Novogradac & Co. reports on the performance of the LIHTC, and compares the success of the program with other federal housing subsidies.
Case Study: Cardinal Ritter Senior ServicesMembers only Login
Lancaster Pollard provided this case study of an affordable senior housing development funded in part with tax-exempt bonds and Low Income Housing Tax Credits.
Case Study: Mexia GardensMembers only Login
This case study from Lancaster Pollard reviews an affordable multifamily housing complex that utilized taxable bonds, LIHTCs, and the FHA Section 221(d)(4) program.
Case Study: Whispering Hills
This project summary by Lancaster Pollard details how USDA Section 538 loans were used in conjunction with Low-Income Housing Tax Credits to finance a housing renovation.
Tax Credit Finance Reference Guide
Written in conjunction with Ice Miller LLP, the Tax Credit Finance Reference Guide examines how to effectively apply tax credits to development opportunities, and explains the basics of tax credits and the fundamentals of using these tools. In...
An Introduction to Low-Income Housing Tax CreditsMembers only Login
Brad Weinberg from Novogradac & Company gives this presentation outlining the basics of the Low Income Housing Tax Credit program. He explains how the credit is used, typical structures, and trends in LIHTC financing.
Tax Credits in Combination with Other ToolsMembers only Login
Kevin Gremse from the National Development Council gives this presentation discussing how federal tax credit programs can be combined to finance real estate developments. Two case study examples are discussed from Connecticut and New York, and the...
Brownfields 2011: TIF, Tax Credits & Creative FinancingMembers only Login
Toby Rittner, CDFA President & CEO, gave this presentation on creative financing at the Brownfields 2011 conference. This document provides an overview of TIF and federal tax credit programs, which are financing tools that can be successfully...
Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Overview Video
This video presentation produced by Novogradac & Co. provides a clear overview of the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program. The video discusses the structure of the program, including the institutions and parties involved in the deals, and...
Case Study: Millennia HousingMembers only Login
This case study of an affordable housing redevelopment project was provided by Lancaster Pollard. Millennia Housing Management used credit-enhanced tax-exempt bonds, Low Income Housing Tax Credits, Financing Adjustment Facto loans, and HUD...
Cleveland - Midwest Tax Credit PowerhouseMembers only Login
Written by John Leith-Tetrault for the March 2011 issue of the Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits, this article reviews Cleveland's historic success with tax credits. Leith-Tetrault starts with Reagan's cuts to HUD and follows the growth of...
Investment Tools: Historic Tax CreditsMembers only Login
Albert Rex from MacRostie Historic Advisors gives an overview the basics of historic tax credits and low-income housing tax credits in this presentation. He outlines the basics requirements of each program and then provides examples of a variety of...
Development Finance Toolbox: Investment ToolsMembers only Login
This presentation by Toby Rittner, President & CEO of CDFA, overviews development finance investment tools. Highlights include a discussion of tax credits and an introduction to the four main federal tax programs.
Remaking the Case for Tax Credits
In the January 2011 issue of the Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits, Michael J. Novogradac outlines this basics of low-income housing tax credits, renewable energy tax credits, historic tax credits, and new market tax credits. In light of 2010's...
Tax Credits in Combination with Other ToolsMembers only Login
This joint presentation from Stifel Nicolaus & Company, Inc. and Ice Miller looks at how tax credits can be combined with other tools. They give examples of combining multiple tax credits together, as well as layering tax credits with bonds and...
Introduction to Tax CreditsMembers only Login
Toby Rittner, President & CEO of CDFA, gives this presentation about the basics of tax credit finance. He provides information about key benefits and strengths of using tax credits, gives an overview of the main federal tax credit programs, as well...
Low Income Housing Tax Credit ProgramMembers only Login
Brad Weinberg from Novogradac & Company gives this presentation about the basics of the Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program, including examples of typical structures and an overview of how to calculate the credits.
IRS Releases Revenue Procedure Outlining 2011 PAB Volume CapsMembers only Login
The amount used under to calculate the state ceiling for the volume cap for private activity bonds in 2011, as announced in this IRS Revenue Procedure release, is the greater of $95 multiplied by the state population or $277.820 million. In 2010,...
HUD Prohibition of the Escrowing of Tax Credit Equity; Final RuleMembers only Login
This final rule, in accordance with a provision in the Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008, bars HUD from requiring the escrowing of equity from the sales of low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs), historic tax credits (HTCs) and new markets...
Investment Tools - Low Income Housing Tax CreditsMembers only Login
Rick Slagle covers the basics of the federal Low Income Housing Tax Credits program in this presentation.
Tax Credits: Combinations Leading to Higher ReturnsMembers only Login
Michael Riechman of RBC discusses how low income housing and solar tax credits are structured and work in the market.
Housing Tax CreditsMembers only Login
Cynthia Bast of Locke Lord Bissell & Lidell gave this presentation discussing the application and use of housing tax credits in Texas.
Introduction to Federal Low Income Housing Tax Credits
Kutak Rock, LLP provides this resource to help explain the Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program. The paper provides a brief history of the program, the types of credits available, how the credits are calculated as well as the structure, process...
Victoria Ridge Low Income Housing Tax Credit Case StudyMembers only Login
Kutak Rock, LLP has provided this case study example to illustrate how the LIHTC program financed the Victoria Ridge project.
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