Summer Institute (2021)

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Program Overview

This year’s Summer Institute program addresses three major themes.

Maximizing Tax-Exempt Bonds

Tax-exempt bonds are increasingly driving affordable production across the country delivering new units and preserving existing affordable housing. This case-study driven day will explore how developers are expanding production into previously unreachable markets. Gain insight into which financial executions drive the most proceeds and flexibility in today’s marketplace and how they can be coupled with emerging public policy strategies to maximize private activity bond resources. Take a deep dive into how bond professionals are utilizing condominium structures to stretch private activity volume cap or leverage additional capital sources.

Redefining Preservation Executions & Strategies

Given the supply and demand imbalance of affordable housing around the country there is an increasing emphasis on resources dedicated to the production of new construction units across the country. At the same time, an estimated 450,000 LIHTC units are at risk of losing their affordability restrictions over the next ten years when they naturally exit the program at year 30. Furthermore, affordable housing of all vintages are increasingly vulnerable to climate change and extreme weather events. Join NH&RA for a thought-provoking day focused on rethinking our national affordable housing preservation strategy. Our program will emphasize policy solutions as well as opportunities to scale up existing capital strategies to ensure a balanced approach to affordable housing production and preservation.

Creative Approaches to Managing Costs & Filling Gaps

It’s no secret that construction costs and supply chain issues are one of the biggest challenges affordable housing developers face today. Join NH&RA for a day exploring how state-of-the-art developers are mitigating construction and operating cost increases through alternative building systems, technology and purchasing strategies. We will also explore the market place and structuring approaches for alternative tax credits to support your LIHTC transaction including renewable energy tax credits, historic tax credits, new markets tax credits and state tax credits.

Who Should Attend

  • Affordable Housing & Tax Credit Developers
  • Syndicators, Investors & Limited Partners
  • Multifamily Lenders & Investment Bankers
  • Attorneys, Accountants & Transactional Advisors
  • Housing Finance Agency Allocation & Finance Staff
  • Market Analysts, Appraisers & Valuation Professionals

Continuing Education

7.5 Continuing Education (CE) credits will be offered to those who complete the full meeting.