In the latest issue of the CohnReznick Housing Tax Credit Monitor, published in the January 2021 issue of Tax Credit Advisor magazine, we feature:
- Median pricing and blended IRR across multi-investor funds
- 23 current national and regional funds offered
- An update on median housing credit pricing
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