In partnership with Nixon Peabody, Novogradac & Co., and the Historic Tax Credit Coalition, IPED will host their half-day seminar “Transforming Communities with Tax Credit: Oakland and the Bay Area” on Tuesday, August 4th at the Marriott Oakland City Center in Oakland, CA. Special discount offer 15% OFF your registration fee (code: OAKLAND2015).
Tax credit equity can be a powerful financial engine for attracting critically needed private capital for affordable housing and other community development projects. Transforming Communities with Tax Credits: Oakland and the Bay Area will provide a roadmap for how deals are getting done and what to look for when scouting out the right project to invest in or develop. Join us in Oakland on August 4 for this half-day seminar featuring industry experts and government officials as they explore opportunities, resources, and solutions for community development in Oakland and the Bay Area.
Our speakers will discuss the following topics:
- Setting the Stage: The importance of tax credit financing to address what’s happening now in Oakland and the Bay Area
- The Particular Role of Tax Credit Equity in Filling the Gap for Your Community Development Project
- Anatomy of a Tax Credit Deal: How complex deals look through the eyes of developers, investors, lenders, policy makers and stakeholders
- What Makes a Neighborhood Great? An exploration of high-impact projects as well as low profile but vital developments in Oakland and the Bay Area
Who Should Attend? Investors, developers (nonprofit and for profit), real estate and tax attorneys, and accountants who are interested in learning about how to develop or invest in communities using the following tax credits: Low Income, New Markets, Historic Rehabilitation and Energy (Investment and/or Production).
Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with business and professional colleagues and hear about what’s happening locally in Oakland and the Bay Area. Register today! For more information about this event or to register, please click HERE.