Christine Brosonski has built her career as the firm’s affordable housing paralegal. She works on both HUD regulatory and transactional matters.
What do you focus on?
Affordable housing focus
I concentrate my practice on affordable housing development and preservation. I work on various U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) matters, including HUD/FHA regulatory compliance matters, Section 8, Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD), Transfers of Physical Assets and mortgage loan prepayments.
I make sure that affordable housing transactions run smoothly by managing all the application and due diligence aspects and performing tasks like compiling, analyzing and summarizing complex legal information, statutes and codes. Our clients can count on me to always know where their transaction is in the process and what the next steps are.
I’m proud to serve on the board of directors for Sarah’s Circle, a local nonprofit located in Washington, DC’s Adams Morgan community, with an award-winning affordable housing residence and wellness center that provides comprehensive services for very low-income seniors. I also work with Critical Exposure, a nonprofit that teaches youth to use the power of photography and their own voices to become effective advocates for school reform and social change and have recently facilitated a new relationship between the DC office and the organization.
What do you see on the horizon?
I see the development community finding new and exciting ways to transform and preserve affordable housing as federal and state resources continue to evolve.