AHF Live: The Tax Credit Developers’ Summit provided over 600 industry attendees with opportunities to learn and network during the three-day conference at the Hyatt Regency in Chicago, Oct. 24-26.

Click on the links below for session recaps, photos, quotes and more.


Watch the Slideshows

  • Slideshow: Snapshots from AHF Live
  • Slideshow: AHF Hall of Fame Awards Luncheon
  • Slideshow: AHF Readers' Choice Awards
  • Slideshow: AHF Bus Tour: Chicago

Read the News Stories

  • Seize Opportunity For Change, Johnson, Sarbanes Tell AHF Audience
  • Reinventing HUD for the 21st Century
  • The Boom in Bond Financing Options
  • Affordable Housing Bus Tour: Chicago
  • Fannie and Freddie Steady the Ship
  • Board Warns of Mixed Outlook for Tax Credit Deals
  • Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Allocations: What’s Next and How to Win
  • NMTCs: In It For the Long Haul?
  • Negotiating the HUD Maze
  • Timing is Everything in Today’s Acq-rehab Market
  • Serving Special-Needs Populations and Underwriting Tenant Services
  • What’s Next for Tax Credit Equity
  • Green Building Can No Longer Be Ignored

Quoted: Talking Points From AHF Live

  • Slideshow: Seen & Heard at AHF Live

“Are we better off or worse off than we were in 2006? Everyone so far at the table has said we are better off as an industry. I would strongly disagree. I think we are at a much worse place than we’ve been. I think we need to be intellectually honest with ourselves about what’s going on in the industry. We have some real issues. As a developer, one of the main concerns is the pricing. For years, I’ve been sitting across the table from syndicators, and they’ve been saying, ‘prices are going down, prices are going down.’ I’ve said, ’yeah, yeah, yeah, whatever. They’re not going down.’ This year, I really believe them. Prices are really going down. It’s a concern. It’s a challenge to make deals really work. I think we need to be honest with ourselves. The other issue is the AMI (area median income) issue. If we’re not honest with ourselves and we don’t go to Washington and we don’t’ get it fixed, it’s going to be a problem.”

— Developer J. David Heller, The NRP Group.