ACTION Campaign urges Congress to expand LIHTC program
The A Call To Invest In Our Neighborhoods (ACTION) Campaign, a broad coalition of affordable housing industry participants at the national, state and local levels, has drafted an open letter to Congress seeking a 50% increase in LIHTC authority, and authority for states to convert their private activity bond volume cap allocation to LIHTC authority.—Andrew Tripp
What are the changes to the housing credit monitoring regs?
On February 25, 2016, the IRS released revisions to the Section 42 compliance monitoring regulations contained in C.F.R. § 1.42-5 together with Rev. Proc. 2016-15, which change and clarify how credit agencies conduct physical inspections of units and reviews of low-income tenant certifications.—Andrew Tripp
HUD proposes revisions to HFA Risk-Sharing regulations
HUD allows for abbreviated 30-day comment period.—Anthony D. Ruvolo
Location: Revere Hotel | Boston, MA
Date: March 17–18, 2016
Speakers: Nathan Bernard, Tom Giblin, Joe Lynch, John Marti, Forrest Milder, Jeff Sacks, Monica Sussman, Andrew Tripp, Deborah VanAmerongen
Topics include: Basic rules governing the LIHTC, understanding the financial aspects of LIHTC properties, using tax-exempt bonds to qualify for LIHTCs, assessing the state of the debt and equity markets in 2016 and more.
Location: Nixon Peabody LLP | Rochester, NY
Date: April 6, 2016
Speakers: To be announced!
Topics include: Policy developments on Capitol Hill and at HUD, current issues on the LIHTC landscape, NY State affordable housing issues.
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