Kyle Mallery works with investors, syndicators, lenders, developers and other clients to leverage tax credits—including new markets tax credits, historic rehabilitation tax credits and low-income housing tax credits—to finance housing and community development projects across the country.
I represent investors, lenders—including Community Development Entities, Community Development Financial Institutions and traditional lenders—and developers and project sponsors who use federal and/or state tax incentives to bring private investment to underserved communities. These investments fund development projects that provide better access to health care facilities, hospitals, and clinics; construct charter schools and other educational facilities; expand community and office centers; and create new mixed-use developments to spur economic growth and community development and job creation.
I also work with investors and developers to structure transactions that qualify for federal low-income housing tax credits, a tax incentive that helps finance the development and rehabilitation of affordable rental housing nationwide.
With the renewal of the new markets tax credit program for an additional five years and the recent celebration of the low-income housing tax credit’s thirtieth anniversary, the future is bright for tax credits. I look forward to continuing to work with our clients to maximize the benefits that these and other tax credits programs can provide.
Seattle University School of Law, J.D., cum laude, Electronic Development Editor, Seattle University Law Review
University of Washington, B.A., cum laude
District of Columbia