I assist developers, nonprofits, and housing authorities with acquisition, including sale-leaseback transactions, development, and redevelopment of projects involving low-income housing tax credits, tax-exempt bond financing, public housing funding, Section 8 assistance, and other funding sources. I assist clients in the acquisition and disposition of both age - and income- restricted properties. When it comes time, I also assist those clients in refinancing existing debt, including FHA HUD refinances; and I work with clients on year-15 exits, including dispositions of real property and limited partnership interest transfers.
As the need for affordable housing continues to grow across the country and more government incentive programs are created to help promote the creation of these housing projects, I anticipate a greater need for clarification on the application of certain provisions of Section 42 of the IRS Tax Code, as well as an influx of aggregator-related issues. We have seen some of these “Year 15 Exit” disputes play out in our court system over the last few years. Language that has long been enumerated in the Tax Code will continue to be reevaluated in the new and modern landscape of affordable and seniors housing developments.
U.S. District Court, District of New Hampshire
University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law, J.D.
University of Maryland, B.A.
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