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Webinar: 2022 Private Activity Bond Lottery Recap

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Registration closes at 9:00 a.m. CT on November 12th.

What We Will Cover:

This webinar will provide a recap of the 2022 Private Activity Bond Lottery, including demand and understanding which projects will receive reservations in January 2022. Panelists will 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?

Who Should Participate?

Developers, Property Owners, Consultants, Advisors, Attorneys

10:00 am – Introductions
10:05 am – Presentation
11:15 am – Q&A
11:30 am – End


Registration closes at 9:00 a.m. CT on November 12th.

Moderator & Panelists

Darren Smith, MVAH Partners - Moderator

Darren Smith, MVAH Partners - Moderator

Throughout Darren’s career, he has been successful in executing more than $1 Billion in total development cost of multi-family housing projects throughout the country. His ability to work with non-profit, government agencies, and for-profit partners has been instrumental in his success. His experience has involved projects that included but not limited to traditional bank financing, HUD, Freddie, Fannie, and loan assumptions. Other programs essential in his success include LIHTC Section 42, Workforce Housing structures, Tax-Exempt Bond Financing, HOME funds, CDBG funds, Historic Preservation, Brownfield credits, Solar Energy credits, and city & county subordinate funds.

While developing multi-family real estate for Paramount Financial Group – a subsidiary of GMACCH and Bank of America CDC, Darren has been involved in all facets of the development process including site selection, strategic planning, feasibility analysis, site contract & acquisition, entitlements & zoning changes, and negotiations with all third-party professionals.

Rob Latsha, Texas Bond Review Board

Rob Latsha, Texas Bond Review Board

Rob Latsha is the Executive Director of the Bond Review Board. Rob has over twenty years of experience in public finance with over thirteen years administering the Private Activity Bond allocation for the state of Texas. While with the Bond Review Board, he has provided counsel to Leadership on a variety of debt policy topics including private activity bonds, century bonds, local debt, pension obligation bonds, debt limits constitutional and otherwise etc. During his tenure at the Bond Review Board, the state of Texas achieved AAA ratings from the 3 largest rating agencies for the first time since the 80s. Aside from his work with the state, he has worked for the City of Austin Controller’s Office as well as the Capitol Metro planning department. He graduated from the University of Texas with a degree in Economics and from Texas State University with a Master of Public Administration with a concentration in Urban Planning. Additionally, he is also a graduate of the Governor’s Executive Management Development Program.

Teresa Morales, Texas Department of Housing & Community Affairs

Teresa Morales, Texas Department of Housing & Community Affairs

Teresa Morales began her career with the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs in 1999 in the Financial Services division as a Senior Accountant responsible for back-end compliance relating to the Department’s Residential Mortgage Revenue Bond and Multifamily Bond Trust Indentures. She transferred to the Multifamily Finance division in 2004 and currently serves as Manager of the Department’s Multifamily Private Activity Bond and 4% Housing Tax Credit programs where she has overseen the issuance of over $1.1 billion in Private Activity Bonds and over $281 million in 4% Housing Tax Credits. Teresa earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and her Master’s degree in Applied Sociology from Texas State University.

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