Why You Should Attend
Last time offered in 2011! Only time offered on the west coast. This seminar is intended for newcomers to the field as well as those seeking an up-to-the-minute refresher course. It will present the basic rules governing the LIHTC and how the tax credit is utilized in today’s transactions; a “hands on” analysis of a financial model generated for a typical tax credit project; an overview of the legal, accounting, and business issues involved in negotiating transactions; a practical look at tax credit transactions from the lender, agency, developer, and investor perspectives; special issues that arise in deals involving non-profits; the basic rules for when tax credits are used together with tax-exempt bonds; options for tax credit properties in Year 15; and real world advice on the occupancy and compliance essentials that are critical to the long-term success of every project.
Who Should Attend: Housing Tax Credit conference
- Owners, developers, syndicators, property managers, and applicable staff and advisers who need a basic understanding of how the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit works
- Investors, lenders, underwriters, and others in the housing finance community looking for straightforward and practical analysis of the business as well as the technical issues surrounding today’s use of the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit
- Housing agency and community development staff, non-profit representatives, and others who want step-by-step information on the use of the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit and how it fits into the overall development process
- Real estate and tax attorneys, accountants, and other advisors to tax credit participants who need an overview or update of the fundamental rules, techniques, and practices applicable to today’s transactions
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Presented by IPED, Inc. Sponsored by Nixon Peabody LLP and Housing and Development Reporter.