Ballard Spahr has represented SunAmerica Affordable Housing Partners, Inc., and Alliant Capital on both nine percent and four percent low-income housing tax credit syndications.

Other experience includes these transactions:

 

Agency

Role

Alabama Housing Finance Authority

Special Tax Counsel – all single family transactions since 1988

 

California Housing Finance Agency

Underwriter's Counsel – single family transactions on a rotating basis since 1993

 

District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency

Bond Counsel – single family transactions on a rotating basis since 1994

 

Idaho Housing and Finance Association

Bond Counsel or Underwriter's Counsel – all single family and multi-family transactions since 1976

 

Maryland Community Development Administration

Bond Counsel – all single family transactions since 1993

 

New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency

Underwriter's Counsel – single family and multi-family transactions and capital grant financings since 2002

 

New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority

Bond Counsel – all single family and multi-family transactions since 1993

 

Oregon Housing and Community Services Department

Underwriter's Counsel – all multi-family transactions since 2001

 

Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency

Bond Counsel – single family and multi-family transactions and capital grant financings since 1986

 

Rhode Island Housing and Mortgage Finance Corporation

Bond Counsel – multi-family transactions since 2000

 

Tennessee Housing Development Agency

Bond Counsel – all single family transactions 1991 – 1996; Special Bond Counsel for short-term convertible notes program since 1997

 

Utah Housing Corporation

Bond Counsel – all single family and multi-family transactions since 1983