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Year 15 Resources

  • "Year 15: What’s Next? What’s It Worth?" After 15 years, a building financed with the federal Low Income Housing Tax Credit has its tax compliance period end. Presented at the 2013 Opportunity Finance Network Annual Conference by experts from LISC, NeighborWorks Capital and CDT, this PowerPoint provides insight into the implications of Year 15, including CDFI lending opportunities, types of transactions and valuing Y-15 properties.
  • “Refinanced & Reborn: Planning for the Year 15 Transition of Your Tax Credit Projects” Community development corporations can be educated consumers when they approach the National Equity Fund to transition their tax credit projects with this 2007 manual by New York City LISC. Readers will learn how to consider the legal agreements, project performance, and market forces that will influence their acquisition of their project at the end of the 15-year tax credit compliance period and preserve its affordability.

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