Our new “Business of LIHTC” series of events and insights kicks off Sept. 21-24 with a four-part webinar series, “Understanding LIHTC,” that will help new entrants gain a foundation for how affordable housing is developed. Join us for:
- Sept. 21: The business case for LIHTC development
- Sept. 22: Gatekeepers and players
- Sept. 23: Doing a deal: Before construction
- Sept. 24: Doing a deal: After construction and beyond
In future “Business of LIHTC” installments, CohnReznick professionals will discuss specific topics to help all experience levels better understand important issues, and nuances that affect successfully developing affordable housing.
Many aspects of today’s business environment are out of a CFO’s control. But there are numerous areas in which CFOs can maximize the value of the finance function to help improve profitability and strengthen resilience. Read about four specific areas that CFOs should prioritize and steps that can be taken to help bridge the gap between survival and revival:
- Establishing a permanent work-from-anywhere program
- Navigating disruption with agility
- Prioritizing risk and compliance complexities
- Building a better finance function
Affordable Housing News & Views
InsightAffordable Housing News & Views - May 2023Beth MullenFrom legislative issues to technical updates to performance and industry trends, CohnReznick's Affordable Housing News & Views has the housing tax credit industry covered.
InsightEmbracing real estate movement: A spotlight on 'LIH-Tech' digital revolutionMatthew BarcelloRead about the innovations that can help streamline development, management, and compliance across the low-income housing tax credit industry.
InsightReal estate’s pivot to purpose: Plan around people firstIra WeinsteinRead about three new lenses for reevaluating your real estate strategies – all while putting people at the core, from investors to tenants and beyond.
InsightTreasury provides energy community adder credit guidance under the IRALee Peterson, Joel CohnThe Treasury and IRS have provided new preliminary guidance on the energy community adder credit under the Inflation Reduction Act. Learn more.