Date & Time:
03/02/2022 - 1:00 pm (ET)
Recording available until 05/01/22
Details: This session is being conducted using our online training platform, AJJCSTraining.com.
This 1.5-hour session focuses on the issues that are critical to the success of any LIHTC acquisition/rehab project. The training focuses on tenant qualification, unit qualification, and first-year credit delivery. There will be a full discussion of determining the first year applicable fraction, differentiating between the acquisition credit and rehab credit, transferring households between units during rehab, temporary relocation, the timing of resident qualifications, the meaning of the “safe-harbor” rule, resyndication and previously qualified households, and 8609 issues.
This course was created by A. J. Johnson, a nationally recognized leader in affordable housing compliance. A. J. is also the instructor for this course. This means you are not only being taught by an expert, but you also have the opportunity to easily interact with him. This is the perfect opportunity to get solid, accurate answers to your questions.
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Dealing with Tenant Assets
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The Average Income Minimum Set-Aside: Requirements & Best Practices
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