Conference | October.14.2023 - October.17.2023Sheraton Boston – Boston, MA
As the affordable housing crisis spreads nationally, a number of states are no longer able to meet demand for private activity bond volume cap and low-income housing tax credit allocations. Orrick’s housing team has developed a number of financing structures that leverage volume cap recycling, other types of tax-exempt debt (e.g., 501c3 bonds), in-kind contributions, property tax exemptions, and other public and private sector resources to make affordable multifamily housing financings feasible without tax credit equity.
Orrick Public Finance co-leader Justin Cooper joins a roundtable discussion on this topic during NCSHA’s Annual Conference & Showplace on Monday, October 16.
The NCSHA Annual Conference & Showplace brings together State Housing Finance Agencies (HFAs) executive directors, staff, board members and their industry partners to explore solutions to the various challenges faced by the affordable housing community.