Max Reinhardt is an associate in the firm’s Finance Department who focuses on housing finance matters with an emphasis on financing through the government-sponsored enterprises Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. He counsels lenders in commercial real estate finance transactions with a focus on conventional and affordable loans for multifamily housing structured through Fannie Mae’s DUS, MAH, and SML products, and Freddie Mac’s CME and TAH products. Max has experience analyzing complex legal issues related to Low-Income Housing Tax Credits, Housing Assistance Payments Contracts, affordable housing regulatory agreements, tax abatements and exemptions, master lease agreements, and other transactional issues.
Prior to and while in law school, Max worked in real estate development for a national senior housing developer and operator. Max is also an alum of Ballard Spahr’s 2021 Summer Associate program.
George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School (J.D. 2022)
Member, George Mason Law Review
University of Mary Washington (B.A., cum laude, 2015)