Tag: LIHTC

Creating Your Tax Credit Compliance Calendar

Filed in Education, Multifamily by on September 20, 2017 0 Comments
Creating Your Tax Credit Compliance Calendar

Housing Credit Certified Professionals and anyone involved in tax credit compliance for multi-unit housing will learn to plan ahead and take control of their tax credit deadlines with the tools offered in this upcoming webinar.

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HUD Proposes 2018 Difficult Development Areas, Qualified Census Tracts

Filed in Housing Finance, Multifamily by on September 12, 2017 0 Comments

HUD published a Federal Register notice Monday that designates Difficult Development Areas (DDA) and Qualified Census Tracts (QCT) for 2018.

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LIHTC a ‘Lifeline’ for these Vets

Filed in Councils & Committees, Multifamily by on August 4, 2017 0 Comments
LIHTC a ‘Lifeline’ for these Vets

Developers of affordable housing know that the Low Income Housing Tax Credit is the lifeline that pulls vets and their families out of a cycle of poverty and into jobs, economic independence and a more meaningful life. It also means a safer, more affordable place for seniors and those with disabilities. Here’s how it works.

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Cantwell-Hatch Bill Would Help Ease Affordable Housing Crisis

Filed in Capitol Hill, Multifamily by on August 1, 2017 1 Comment
Cantwell-Hatch Bill Would Help Ease Affordable Housing Crisis

NAHB today called on Congress to pass the Affordable Housing Credit Improvements Act of 2017 (S. 548), legislation that would promote the construction of sorely needed rental apartments and help alleviate the nation’s affordable housing crisis.

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New Maps Pinpoint Low-Income Housing Development Opportunities

New Maps Pinpoint Low-Income Housing Development Opportunities

NAHB has a new resource for industry professionals interested in providing homes for lower-income families and learning more about development and financing opportunities using the Low Income Housing Tax Credit.

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LIHTC Webinar: A Closer Look at Layered Projects

Filed in Education, Multifamily by on June 9, 2017 0 Comments

Attendees of an upcoming webinar, Critical Elements When Managing Layered Projects: LIHTC, Section 8, HOME and Rural Development, will explore the six major issues associated with the management of layered projects: income limits, income verification requirements, student eligibility, rents, agency inspections and handling over-income households.

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NAHB Responds to White House Tax Reform Proposal

Filed in Capitol Hill, Codes and Regulations, Multifamily by on April 26, 2017 5 Comments
NAHB Responds to White House Tax Reform Proposal

NAHB commended President Trump for tackling tax reform and keeping the mortgage interest deduction as one of two individual deductions, but reminded the White House that reform measures must protect the Low Income Housing Tax Credit as well.

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Meet Kristin Han, HCCP

Filed in Education, Multifamily by on March 29, 2017 1 Comment
Meet Kristin Han, HCCP

March is National Designation Month, and NAHB is shining a spotlight on some of its successful graduates, like Kristin Han, HCCP, vice president of compliance for WNC Inc. in Irvine, Calif.

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Understand Income Requirements with this Webinar

Filed in Education, Multifamily by on March 14, 2017 0 Comments
Understand Income Requirements with this Webinar

Low-income housing managment professionals sometimes don’t have the most current information about their tenants’ changing incomes, and those discrepancies can lead to their project being out of compliance with federal laws. Get help with this March 30 webinar.

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LIHTC Bill Increases Allocations, Fixes 4% Credit Rate

Filed in Capitol Hill, Housing Finance, Multifamily by on March 8, 2017 0 Comments
LIHTC Bill Increases Allocations, Fixes 4% Credit Rate

Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.) and Senate Finance Committee Chair Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) on March 7 introduced the Affordable Housing Credit Improvement Act to strengthen and expand the Low Income Housing Tax Credit.

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