Ulmer & Berne attorneys represent developers, contractors, lenders, borrowers and government entities involved in transactions dealing with Housing & Urban Development (HUD) programs and Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC). We advise clients in such areas as HUD refinancing, construction and rehabilitation. We have particularly deep experience in helping clients with equity syndication of LIHTC projects. We’re well-versed in such areas as Tax Incremental Financing (TIF), historic tax credits and public bonding authority, and thus can help clients find the resources to get development projects completed.
Ulmer & Berne LLP is pleased to name Mary Forbes Lovett chair of the firm’s nationally recognized Real Estate Practice. Ms. Lovett, a partner in the firm’s Cleveland office, represents developers, nonprofit organizations, lenders, and investors in a wide variety of urban development projects utilizing federal and state historic, low...
October 06, 2014