Courtney E. Hunter handles a wide range of complex affordable housing development and real estate transactions involving low-income housing tax credits, private financing, project-based vouchers (PBV), bond financing, HOME loan financing, and public housing funds.
Courtney's transactional practice includes representing housing authorities and private developers on conversions of public housing to Section 8 using various methods, including Section 18 disposition, Part 200 retention, HUD's Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program, and HUD multifamily housing matters. She also assists in advising clients on matters such as federal procurement requirements the Uniform Relocation Act (URA), and tenant-based and project-based housing choice vouchers, including tenant protection vouchers.
Adjunct professor, The George Washington University Law School, Housing Law and Policy
"RAD Retrospective and Prospective," Housing and Development Law Institute's Fall Legal Conference, October 2019
"Introductory Level Session: Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) Program Basics and Closing a RAD Deal," ABA Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law, 2019 Fall Boot Camp
"The New Face of Affordable Housing Part I – Legal Considerations Involving Repositioning, Disposition, Voluntary Conversion & More," Housing and Development Law Institute's Spring Legal Conference, May 2019
"Reducing the Spillover Costs of Foreclosure: Boston's Block-By-Block Approach to Saving Neighborhoods from Foreclosure Blight," 29 Ann. Rev. Banking & Fin. L. 533 (2010)
Boston University School of Law (J.D. 2010, cum laude)
University of South Carolina (M.P.A. 2006, magna cum laude)
College of Charleston (B.A. 2000, magna cum laude)
District of Columbia