Our team has been active in the affordable housing industry since 1991. We take a collaborative approach between tax, audit, and consulting staff which ensures that our clients successfully navigate the complex tax and compliance issues within the industry.
We serve developers, lenders, investors, syndicators, nonprofits, housing authorities, and property managers, and provide the following services:
- Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Consulting
- Cost Certifications and Carryover Allocations
- Audit and Assurance Services
- Tax Advisory and Compliance Services
- Historic and New Market Tax Credit Consulting
- Transaction Structuring and Real Estate Advisory Services
- Tax Exempt Bond Consulting
Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC)
We assist developers, owners and investors in navigating the complex state and federal which apply to affordable housing. We advise clients in connection with LIHTC applications, transaction structuring, tax credit syndication, tax credit compliance and other services designed to deal with the complexities of the LIHTC program.
Government Assisted and Insured Programs
We are experienced in HUD financing programs and government compliance and can advise developers on government assisted, government insured, and other regulated housing projects. Our services for HUD projects include financial statement audits performed in accordance with government auditing standards, mortgagor cost certifications, contractor cost certifications and assistance with the HUD electronic filing process. We help you avoid issues such as mortgage reductions, regulatory agreement violations, and surplus cash requirements.
Tax Exempt Bond Financing
Our firm’s audit and assurance team is well equipped to guide developers and project owners through the complexities of project financing with the use of private activity and 501(c)(3) tax exempts bonds. We have advised clients in connection with bond rebate calculations, Federal tax and securities law requirements, credit enhancement alternatives, hedging vehicles and the bond allocation process.