Housing Experts to Discuss Outlook for LIHTC in 2018 in Context of Tax Reform

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Novogradac & Company LLP to Host 2018 Tax Credit Developers Conference in Miami, Jan. 11-12

As tax reform looms on the horizon, affordable housing practitioners are preparing to discuss the future of the low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) and multifamily housing bonds at the Novogradac 2018 Tax Credit Developers Conference in Miami, Jan. 11-12.

“Congressional leaders in Washington are proposing major changes to the tax code that could have massive effects on the future of affordable housing,” said Susan Wilson, CPA, conference chairwoman and partner at Novogradac & Company LLP’s Austin, Texas, office. “In times of uncertainty, up-to-date information and industry experience are crucial to making smart decisions for the road ahead, and our Novogradac conference in January is designed to deliver those insights and expertise.”

In addition to in-depth discussions of tax reform, expert panelists will cover topics that include responding to disasters and structuring the right debt and equity deal for the developer.
Conference details and the complete conference agenda can be found at http://www.novoco.com/events/novogradac-2018-tax-credit-developers-conference.

Two preconference workshops will be offered Jan. 10: LIHTC 101: The Basics and LIHTC 202: Year 15 Overview. Separate registration and fees apply.

The Novogradac 2017 Tax Credit Housing Finance Conference is co-hosted by Dentons. Sponsors include Enterprise, Bellwether Enterprise, Squire Patton Boggs, Hunt Companies Inc., KeyBank, PGIM Real Estate Finance, Squire Patton Boggs, R4 Capital, CREA and WNC. NorthMarq Capital is an exhibitor.

About Novogradac & Company
Novogradac began operations in 1989 and has since grown to more than 600 employees and partners with offices in San Francisco, San Rafael, Walnut Creek and Long Beach, Calif.; Dover, Columbus and Cleveland, Ohio; Austin, Dallas and El Paso, Texas; Toms River and Iselin, N.J.; St. Louis; Boston; New York; Chicago; Portland, Ore.; Naples, Fla., Raleigh, N.C.; and the greater metropolitan areas of Philadelphia; Washington, D.C.; Atlanta; Detroit; Kansas City, Mo.; and Seattle.

Specialty practice areas include tax, audit and consulting services for tax-credit-assisted affordable housing, community revitalization, rehabilitation of historic properties and renewable energy. Other areas of expertise include business valuation, preparation and analysis of market studies and appraisals of multifamily housing investments and renewable energy tax credits.

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