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Innovative Financing Structures for LIHTC Development

Broadcast Date: April 22, 2022

Moderator: Ethan Ostrow, Norris, George & Ostrow, PLLC

Panelists: Tim Leonard, Berkadia Affordable Housing, Thomas McElroy, Dominium, Mahesh Aiyer, Citi, Cody Wilson, Piper Sandler & Co.

A panel of the country’s leading experts give a Texas bond volume update and explore new creative structures and the latest developments on private activity bonds with 4% LIHTC as well as section 501c3 financings for multifamily rental housing. What works best for you in today’s rapidly changing, rising interest rate environment? Beginners and experienced professionals can find out here! The panel also highlights the exciting emergence of a major new tax-exempt bond structure that provides 100% financing for public authority and section 501c3 owners of workforce housing. With over $ 8 billion issued in the past two years, this structure requires no scarce private activity bond volume allocation. The panel includes a case study of the first two financings utilizing this structure which recently closed in Texas.
 
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Deep Dive into Supply Chain Management

Broadcast Date: April 8, 2022

Moderator: Darren Smith, MVAH Partners (2021-2022 Education Committee Co-Chair)

Subject Matter Experts: Richard Cavnar, Spring Valley Construction, Bret Dewey, Builders FirstSource, Evionne Silver, Builders FirstSource

Supply chain issues are wreaking havoc on the construction industry. This webinar is a round table discussion into the fundamentals impacting the availability of materials, the current construction market, and the increasing pressures on construction materials pricing. Subject matter experts offer some insight and their perspectives to participants to provide an understanding of how construction contractors are pricing developments in today’s environment.
 
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Pitfalls of Housing Tax Credit Applications & FAQ

Broadcast Date: January 28, 2022

Panelists: Lora Myrick, Betco Consulting, Sarah Andre, Structure Development, Cody Campbell, TDHCA

As you prepare to submit your housing tax credit applications, you won’t want to miss out on this invaluable webinar to hear from experts on how to avoid the pitfalls commonly seen. Our panelists also review frequently asked questions.
 
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2022 QAP Significant Changes REview

Broadcast Date: December 14, 2021

Panelists: TAAHP QAP Committee Co-Chairs Nathan Kelley, Blazer & Lora Myrick, Betco Consulting

This program reviews the significant changes made to the 2022 Texas Qualified Allocation Plan (QAP). TAAHP QAP Committee Co-Chairs Nathan Kelley of Blazer Building and Lora Myrick of Betco Consulting take a deep dive into the changes, including any changes or adjustments made by Governor Abbot by the December 1st deadline for release. Kelley will also walk through how these changes will impact the development of housing tax credit properties in Texas.

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2022 Private Activity Bond Lottery Recap

Broadcast Date: November 12, 2021

Panelists: Darren Smith, MVAH Partners, Rob Latsha, Texas Bond Review Board, Teresa Morales, TDHCA

This webinar provides a recap of the 2022 Private Activity Bond Lottery, including demand and understanding which projects will receive reservations in January 2022. Panelists break down the lottery results and provide valuable information on next steps relating to the 4% housing tax credit application process. Understanding when you submit your 4% application is critical in this competitive bond allocation process. If you didn’t receive a favorable lottery number, what does that mean for timing of your reservation and submission of your 4% tax credit application?

Panelists also provide an update on the streamlining of some 4% tax credit applications and what applicants can expect with the new process.

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Debt Market Update & Latest Executions

Broadcast Date: October 1, 2021

Panelists: Greg Goldberg, RBC Capital; Ethan Ostrow, Norris, George & Ostrow, LLC & Michael Hopps, R4 Capital Funding

This webinar will include a legislative update, including the proposed competing PAB uses, 50% test changes and recycling rules. Interest rate trends and bond market dynamics will also be discussed. Additionally, panelists will review case studies on popular bond executions.

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2022 Bond Allocation & Equity Market Update

Broadcast Date: September 24, 2021

Panelists: Greg Goldberg, RBC Capital; Teresa Morales, TDHCA; Rob Latsha, Texas Bond Review Board; Tim Nelson, Hilltop Securities; Jen Erixon, Alliant Capital

This webinar covers the 2022 Bond Cap Allocation Process and expected outcomes including expected demand for 2022, key dates for the application process, regional pool allocations, bucket collapse dates and how they affect your application. Panelists will also give their take on what it will take to win. Additionally, panelists review 2022 equity market conditions which includes a legislative update regarding changes in LIHTC allocations. how the 4% fixed rate has played out and what to expect when you shop for equity.

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Creative Financing

Broadcast Date: August 27, 2021

Panelists: Darren Smith, MVAH Partners; Jeff Rodman, M&T Realty Capital Corp.; Terri Anderson, Anderson Development; John Sabatier, Stifel, Nicolaus & Co.; Kent Neumann, Tiber Hudson, LLC

This webinar is a must for those in the LIHTC and Workforce housing space. The content is catered to add value for beginners to the advanced industry professional. Real-life deal examples to better demonstrate how being creative with financing structures can have a positive impact to your project’s success. New and innovative financing structures will be discussed and explained. Be sure to join and learn from some of the industry experts on how to be creative and maximize your project’s capital stack.

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LIHTC Cost Certification

Broadcast Date: June 25, 2021

Panelists: Tom Schneider, Dauby O’Connor & Zaleski, LLC & Rosalio Banuelos, TDHCA

Panelists examine what goes into a final cost certification package, what is and is not included in eligible basis, and some common mistakes made when submitting the final cost certification package.

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Average Income Explained

Broadcast Date: May 21, 2021

Panelists Jen Brewerton of Dominium, Stephanie Naquin of Novogradac, and Wendy Quackenbush of the Texas Department of Housing & Community Affairs review the use of Average Income in affordable housing unit allocation and compliance, including recent IRS draft guidance.

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Year 15 Strategies: Should I Go?

Broadcast Date: April 23, 2021

Panelists: Sally Gaskin, President, SGI Ventures, Inc.; Cynthia Bast, Managing Partner, Locke Lord; Diego A. Benites, Boston Financial Investment Management; Michael Backman, Mason Joseph Company

Should I Should I Go — Disposing of Your LIHTC Property at Year 15. This panel discusses critical considerations for disposing of your LIHTC property at the end of the compliance period. Topics include legal rights and obligations, negotiations with partners, BOVs and appraisals, market conditions, sequencing, and strategies.

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Year 15 Strategies: Should I Stay?

Broadcast Date: April 16, 2021

Panelists: Sally Gaskin, President, SGI Ventures, Inc.; Cynthia Bast, Managing Partner, Locke Lord; Christopher Bergmann, Newmark Knight Frank; Jeffrey S. Spicer, Dominium

Should I Stay — Retaining Your LIHTC Property at Year 15. This panel discusses critical considerations for retaining your LIHTC property after Year 15. Topics include negotiations with investors and other partners, financing alternatives, and potential pitfalls.

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COVID 19 & Property Management

Broadcast Date: March 5, 2021

Panelists: Terri Anderson, Anderson Development; Hugh Cobb, Asset Living; Stephanie Naquin, Novogradac; Rosalio Banuelos, TDHCA; Wendy Quackenbush, TDHCA; Brooke Boston, TDHCA

Join us as we discuss the impact of COVID 19 on Affordable Housing Property Management. We’ll cover new IRS guidance, COVID impacts on physical operations, impacts to financial operations, fair housing, the COVID eviction moratorium, TDHCA’s special reserve account use and the new TDHCA rent payment assistance program.

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