I help clients structure and negotiate transactions that qualify for federal LIHTCs and other tax benefits to help finance the development of affordable housing for certain targeted populations such as the elderly, veterans, and working families across the country. These complex transactions typically involve multiple layers of public and private financing, including HUD financing, HOME loans, and tax-exempt bonds. While my focus is on the low-income housing tax credit, I also have experience closing tax credit finance transactions involving historic rehabilitation tax credits and solar energy credits.
Affordable housing will continue to be a priority for state and local governments, and there is great opportunity in the expansion of public and private funding partnerships to develop and revitalize communities across the country. New questions of interpretation will continue to arise with tax reform, COVID-relief packages, and IRS and state agency notices. I look forward to helping our clients navigate these changes and take advantage of new opportunities to meet the increasing demand for tax incentive financing.
Northeastern University School of Law, J.D.
St. Lawrence University, B.A., magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa
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