Did you miss the NH&RA Fall Developers Forum? For a limited time only we are making available for purchase select conference recordings and materials including…
NH&RA recently surveyed our membership to find out more about their experiences to date with the TCAP and Exchange programs. As of October 15, respondents to our survey are working on or have closed more than 100 transactions involving nearly 7,500 units of affordable housing. These projects range dramatically in size from 20 to 200+ units with an average size of 66 units. Nearly 80 percent of our respondent’s transactions are new construction. There are several themes, trends and issues that are worth highlighting…
National Council of Affordable Housing Market Analysts (NCAHMA) has made available the PowerPoint slides presented during its recent 2009 Affordable Housing Underwriting Forum & Annual Meeting, held November 9-10, 2009 at the Doubletree Hotel Magnificent Mile in Chicago, IL.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently announced in Revenue Procedure 2009-50 the inflation-adjusted low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) and private activity bond caps for 2010.
CEFAH has been working with Representative Mary Jo Kilroy (D-Ohio) and are pleased to report that she is well along in drafting “CEFAH legislation”. The draft legislation addresses a good portion of our legislative agenda (as laid out in our white paper from earlier this year)
NH&RA’s Historic Preservation Development Council is working to extend expiring Tax Incentives for historic rehabilitation projects in the Gulf Opportunity Zone in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. These benefits are currently due to expire at the end of 2009. As a result of our efforts we expect legislation to be introduced shortly that will be co-sponsored by Congressman Artur Davis (D-Ala.) and Congressman Charles Boustany (R-La.).
We are pleased to announce NH&RA has launched a Twitter Feed. Twitter is a free social networking and micro-blogging service that enables its users to send and read short messages known as tweets. We’ll be using Twitter to let our members know about the projects we are working on, provide updates on industry news and developments, live report from NH&RA and other industry meetings and much more…
NH&RA is pleased to announce that it has extended its early registration for the 2009 Fall Developers Forum, November 2-3, 2009 at the Taj Hotel in Boston. Register by Wednesday, September 30 and save $100 off your conference registration fee.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has released an updated version of its Guide for Completing Form 8823: Low-Income Housing Credit Agencies Report of Noncompliance or Building Disposition.
The Internal Revenue Service has issued a notice of changes to Revenue Procedure 2007-65, which establishes safe harbor requirements for the allocation of Section 45 wind energy production tax credits by partnerships.
Even in bad times, there are many opportunities available for the knowledgeable, well-informed developers. The NH&RA membership is comprised of the most creative and progressive thinkers in the industry. Join us at our Fall Developers Forum in Boston, November 2-3 to learn how your business can benefit now from new programs and new ideas.
If you missed NH&RA’s 2009 New Markets Tax Credit Symposium, July 29 in Woodstock, Vermont, you can still purchase conference materials and audio recordings of the entire day!