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Tax-Exempt Bond Financing Weathers the Storm

Tax-exempt bond financing will be readily available and affordable in 2008, with industry watchers reporting that price increases were rare even as the capital markets remained in flux heading into the fourth quarter of 2007. More

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How To Do a Residual Value Analysis

My low-income tax credit investor has asked for a residual value analysis. What is this, and why do they want it? More

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Q & A

What trends are you seeing in your low-income housing tax credit program in your state? And how is your agency responding to any changes? More

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Strategies for disposing of Year 15 properties

The first wave of low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) properties to come out of the initial 15-year compliance period hit the industry in 2003.  More

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No consistency in valuing housing tax credit properties

The unique characteristics of low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) properties make it difficult for assessors to agree on how to value them for property tax purposes.  More

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Construction Financing

Developers using floating-rate debt for new construction are increasingly able to get simplified, lower-cost transactions that combine construction and permanent financing, along with a forward-starting swap that gives them the benefits of floating intere More

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Study assesses performance of tax credit properties

Throughout its 15-year history, the low-income housing tax credit program has... More

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Inside the syndication process: post closing

An active, knowledgeable syndicator that closely monitors and protects investors' interests - from the initial financial commitment through lease-up - is crucial to the success of a housing tax credit property. More

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Nominate Now: AHF Seeks Industry Leaders for 2024 Awards

The deadline for Hall of Fame and Young Leader nominations is May 31. More

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