On-Demand Webinar Series
Understanding LIHTC:
Four-Part Webinar Series
Kim DoE, VP Marketing, Acme Direct
Webinar Details

CohnReznick’s “Understanding LIHTC” webinar series is focused on giving a foundation to those new to or interested in understanding the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program. This developer-focused series will cover four main areas – the business case for LIHTC, the gatekeepers and players involved, and securing and delivering a deal – while adding insights and best practices along the way. 

This series is ideal for professionals in the tax credit housing industry who either are new to companies experienced in LIHTC or are new entities looking to invest in or develop LIHTC. Join us for four hour-long webinars discussing: 


Part 1: The Business Case for LIHTC Development

Why do you want to do tax credit housing deals? What are the strategies and best practices that enable success in LIHTC deals? This discussion will focus on the business case for developing or investing in LIHTC deals.
Beth Mullen
Partner, National Affordable Housing Practice Leader, CohnReznick
Speaker

David SanFelice
Senior Manager, CohnReznick
Speaker

Karyn Tasker
Manager, CohnReznick
Speaker


Part 2: Gatekeepers and Players

In the second part, we will discuss the interaction between the Federal and state level requirements from allocation to operation. You will learn how the state agencies operate and how other businesses interface with developers including syndicators, investors and lenders.
Brett Harman
Senior Manager, CohnReznick
Speaker

Michael Enrico
Senior Manager, CohnReznick
Speaker

Jennifer Lundquist
Senior Manager, CohnReznick
Speaker




Mary Beth Norwood
Partner - Assurance, CohnReznick
Speaker




Part 3: Doing a Deal: Before Construction

This webinar will focus on the financial nuts and bolts. It will address how credits are calculated and how you finance the development along with your lending and equity sources.
Beth Mullen
Partner, National Affordable Housing Practice Leader, CohnReznick
Speaker

Brian Mysker
Senior Manager, CohnReznick
Speaker

Wanda Ellison-Osborne
Director, CohnReznick
Speaker

Kristen Anderson
Manager, CohnReznick
Speaker



Part 4: Doing a Deal: After Construction and Beyond

In the final installment, we will discuss critical aspects once you’ve broken ground on a new development. The importance of getting your project placed in service, leased up, and understanding the compliance requirements.
Beth Mullen
Partner, National Affordable Housing Practice Leader, CohnReznick
Speaker

Lisa Schoepflin
Senior Manager, CohnReznick
Speaker

Nathaniel Adams
Director, CohnReznick
Speaker



Michelle D’Souza
Senior Manager, CohnReznick
Speaker




The “Understanding LIHTC” series is the first in our larger “Business of LIHTC” insight and event series.
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CPE Information for Webinar – Understanding LIHTC: Four-Part Webinar Series
Live event participants can earn up to 4 CPE credits in the Specialized Knowledge field of study (1 credit per session).

Program description: CohnReznick’s “Understanding LIHTC” webinar series is focused on giving a foundation to those new to or interested in understanding the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program. This developer-focused series will cover four main areas – the business case for LIHTC, the gatekeepers and players involved, and securing and delivering a deal – while adding insights and best practices along the way.

Program level: Basic

Prerequisites: Current or past experience with the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC).

Advanced Preparation: None

Topics to be discussed include:
  • The Business Case for LIHTC Development
  • Gatekeepers and Players
  • Doing a Deal: Before Construction
  • Doing a Deal: After Construction and Beyond

Instructional Delivery Method:
Group Internet Based

Who Should Attend: Those in the tax credit housing industry who are either new to companies experienced in LIHTC or are new entities looking to invest in or develop LIHTC.

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