LIHTC 201 Training

Builds on the LIHTC 101 foundational training to provide an overlay of specific requirements for developments in California. California state tax credits State eligibility and affordability requirements Threshold Basis Limits TCAC underwriting requirements Competitive 9% LIHTC allocation system Training is 2.5 hours and held via Zoom. An interactive group activity using breakout rooms will be incorporated to run through a scenario Read More


LIHTC 101 Training

Introduces the basic fundamentals of the federal Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program. What is a tax credit? Federal eligibility and affordability requirements Differences between 9% and 4% credits Calculating LIHTC credits and equity Basic ownership structure of a limited partnership Training is 2 hours and held via Zoom. An interactive group activity using breakout rooms will be incorporated Read More


Maintaining Aging Properties: How Resyndication Falls Short for Smaller, Older Buildings

This is a session on Day 1 of SCANPH’s 2021 Conference: Piece Back Together, October 27-29. Join us for a special asset management session at this year’s conference to explore potential solutions for a lack of resources to renovate smaller, aging properties — particularly the challenges of needing alternatives to resyndication or other viable solutions to make resyndication feasible. SCANPH Read More


Public Funders Forum

This is a session on Day 1 of SCANPH’s 2021 Conference: Piece Back Together, October 27-29. Get important updates on new policies, trends, regulatory changes, and funding sources from county and state agency leaders. Mark Stivers, Director of Legislative and Regulatory Advocacy at the California Housing Partnership, will ask all the pressing questions you want to hear about public funding Read More


Finance: Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Syndicator Panel

This is a session on Day 1 of the Federation’s 2021 Conference: “Remembering. Reimagining. Reengaging.” October 19-21. One of the most critical and catalytic components in the production of affordable housing and community development, tax credit investment in California is now at a crossroads.  Investors are faced with unprecedented levels of 4% and 9% credit awards, Disaster Area Credits, continued Read More


Tax Credit Investing in California: Can We Meet the Challenge?

This is a session of NPH’s 2021 Conference: Grow Power, Secure Justice on September 24th. As one of the most critical and catalytic components in the production of affordable housing and community development, tax credit investment in California is now at a crossroads. Investors are faced with unprecedented levels of 4% and 9% credit awards, Disaster Area Credits, continued new Read More


How Changes at TCAC/CDLAC are Affecting Non-Profit Developers

This is a session of NPH’s 2021 Conference: Grow Power, Secure Justice on September 24th. Recent changes in the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee (TCAC) and California Debt Limit Allocation Committee (CDLAC) regulations have meant big shifts in the types of projects getting funded – particularly as tax-exempt bonds have become competitive for the first time in over a decade. Read More