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Motley Waller represents clients in a full range of affordable housing, multifamily housing and community development matters, including federal, state and local housing programs and issues. We advise clients on strategic planning issues, development and tax matters, transaction closings, ongoing operational matters and workouts of troubled projects. We assist clients in navigating the, often, complicated nature of these projects by utilizing a team of experienced real estate, tax, syndication, land use, and public finance professionals.
Our lawyers include recognized leaders with years of hands-on experience with housing and community development programs and agencies on every level. Reflecting the complicated nature of many of these projects, we counsel on a full range of affordable housing, multifamily housing and community development matters.
We advise clients on all affordable housing and community development programs and issues, including:
- Low Income Housing Tax Credits, Historic Tax Credits and New Market Tax Credits
- HUD/FHA multifamily loan programs
- HUD’s Section 8 and Housing Choice Voucher rental assistance programs
- Public Housing, including redevelopment of public housing under HUD’s HOPE VI and mixed finance programs
- Tax-exempt bond financing for housing and community development
- Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac multifamily loan and investment programs
- Community and economic development programs, including HUD’s Community Development Block Grants (CDBG), Section 108 and Economic Development Initiative programs, as well as Empowerment Zones and Enterprise Communities
- Representation in connection with administrative, civil and criminal investigations and actions by HUD, the Justice Department and other government agencies
- Compliance programs, investigations and litigation in connection with accessibility issues under the Fair Housing Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and state and local fair housing laws.