Created through the Tax Credit Act of 1986, and made permanent in 1993, the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) today accounts for the vast majority (approximately 90%) of affordable housing built in the United States. The program has created or preserved more than 37,000 properties and an estimated 2.3 million units. LIHTC investments are a critical component enabling developers to build new affordable rental units and preserve existing ones in both metropolitan and rural areas.
The experts at Hunt Capital Partners have a history of building and maintaining long-standing relationships with both developers and investors in the LIHTC space.
- From ensuring an application meets QAP requirements to arranging permanent financing, our Development team strives to build one-on-one relationships that add value throughout the lifetime of your asset.
- Our Investment executive leadership forges partnerships focused on Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) requirements, economic returns – or both.
- Asset Management works inter-departmentally across various disciplines to provide comprehensive asset management services in order to ensure delivery of maximum tax benefit and timely reporting to our investor partners.
We are adept at navigating the LIHTC process. Since our first fund in 2011, we’ve raised over $1.4 billion in tax credit equity for our corporate and institutional partners.
Through the Historic Tax Credit (HTC) programs, we help developers rehabilitate, revitalize and reuse historic buildings.
We’re experienced in capitalizing special needs housing that supports veterans, survivors of domestic violence, the homeless and more.
HCP has been a market leader in partnering with housing authorities to upgrade their housing portfolio under RAD.