Capitol Connection: Staying positive for the AHCIA
As the chances for a large omnibus bill dim, Bob Moss reflects on the impact of the continuing resolution on the Affordable Housing Credit Improvement Act (AHCIA, S1703, HR 3077). Now, more than ever, the need to stay positive and to continue advocacy for the AHCIA must carry the day. Read his latest thoughts here.Learn more
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Beth Mullen and Bob Moss are back on the road this December and January discussing the latest from Capitol Hill on Opportunity Zones, GSE reform, and other timely topics. See where they will be and how you can join in the conversation. Register today.Register here
Webinar: LIHTC Performance Report 2019
Join leaders from CohnReznick’s Tax Credit Investment Services (TCIS) group to learn how to leverage the nation’s most comprehensive reporting of its kind on Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) performance and expenses. This webinar will feature the latest analysis and reporting, from data integrated into the Affordable Housing Portfolio Performance Indicator as well as industry trends. Register today.Register for webinar
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Interactive DataOperating ExpensesHistorical national, state and county-based operating expenses. Expense categories including administrative, salary, repair and maintenance, management fee, insurance, property tax and utilities.
Interactive DataPerformance DataHistorical national, state and county-based operating performance trends. Performance data including occupancy (physical and economic), debt coverage ratio (DCR), and per unit per-annum cash flow, underperformance, AHIC risk rating.
TopicHousing Tax Credit Data Analysis and ReportSince 2012, CohnReznick’s Tax Credit Investment Services group is responsible for the nation’s most comprehensive analysis of its kind on the housing tax credit program. By tracking and analyzing the performance of more than 21,000 housing credit properties, CohnReznick’s reports help developers, investors, and other industry participants to establish best practices for acquiring, underwriting and managing tax credit investments, benchmark portfolios, examine operating expenses, and gain insight into the housing tax credits industry.
InsightCapitol Connection: Staying positive for the AHCIABob MossThe last large tax and spending Omnibus bill, the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2018 increased the federal Low-Income Housing Tax Credit by 12.5 percent in order to offset the reduction in its value from the reduction of corporate tax rates by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
InsightTax credit investment market booms, but more can be done to solve housing crisisThanks to an unprecedented demand for affordable housing – and strict banking regulations – the investment market for Low-Income Housing Tax Credits is booming like never before.