Affordable housing is more complex than ever before. Most properties require the use of low income housing tax credits plus several additional subsidies to be viable.
Having worked in the development and compliance components of many housing programs, Liz Bramlet consults with developers, syndicators, and property managers to create strategies that maximize the value of their credit allocation while successfully integrating their LIHTC requirements with those for the other programs that support their project.
Liz Bramlet is a nationally recognized expert in the field of affordable housing. She speaks regularly at conferences sponsored by the National Council of State Housing Agencies (NCSHA), and by individual state housing finance agencies to share her expertise in the LIHTC program and the other programs that support affordable housing today. Liz creates new training products, available through a variety of media, that serve the needs of today’s affordable housing industry.
Liz can work with your staff and with other consultants on your team to help you plan and operate a successful property.
Free RAD Training
The National Leased Housing Association (NLHA), Quadel Consulting Corporation and Liz Bramlet Consulting, LLC are presenting a series of FREE webinars on the RAD Program. The first session is scheduled for Wednesday, September 20, 2017 from 1:00 – 2:30 PM Eastern Time. It will focus on the most recent updates to the RAD Notice PIH 2012-32, (H-2017-03) REV-3, issued on January 12, 2017 and how they apply to Component 1 Public Housing Conversion Transactions.
You can register for this webinar at FREE RAD TRAINING.
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