Webinar Replay - Don’t be Schooled: Avoid These Costly Mistakes when Renting to Students in LIHTC Properties (Dec. 2016)
LIHTC student eligibility rules appear deceptively simple. However, this webinar replay will discuss areas in which state agencies or owners must make informed interpretations on several important provisions. The webinar will cover student financial assistance as a source of income, as well as a brief review of the student rules for other housing programs commonly combined with tax credits. The level of content in this webinar replay is for the intermediate learner.
Long considered a hallmark of the LIHTC program, student eligibility rules appear deceptively simple. However, a close examination of the federal rule reveals a lot of gray areas where state agencies or owners must make informed interpretations on several important provisions.
In addition to reviewing the parts of the student rules that are clear in the tax code, this webinar replay will provide a checklist of questions that must be answered either by state agencies or well-designed company policy. Speakers will also provide best practices and common answers to these questions. Finally, the webinar will explain student financial assistance as a source of income as well as a brief review of the student rules for other housing programs commonly combined with tax credits. Scott Michael Dunn, a passionate affordable housing professional and consultant for almost 30 years, will lead the discussion on the topic in his usual exciting and fun manner.
Participants in this webinar replay will able to:
- - Explain the exceptions to the general LIHTC prohibition against full-time student households.
- - Illustrate what gray areas exist in the student rules that states or owners must address in policy.
- - Describe how to make accurate calculations based on verified information and how to deal with insufficient information.
Moderator: Matt Rayburn, Chief Real Estate Development Officer, Indiana Housing Community Development Authority
Speaker: Scott Michael Dunn, HCCP, Director of Policy, The Costello Companies
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