CohnReznick has recently issued “The Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program at Year 30: Recent Investment Performance (2013-2014).” This is the fourth in a series of published reports that provides detailed analysis of the performance of properties financed with federal low-income housing tax credits (housing tax credits) and the investment funds organized to acquire interests in such properties.
The report includes:
- Performance data for properties benefiting from the low-income housing tax credit compared against historical trends including occupancy (physical and economic), debt coverage ratio (DCR), and per unit per-annum cash flow
- An extensive breakdown of property investment performance by 12 distinct regional areas; all 50 states and Guam, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands; and
- Analysis on properties that are generally performing best
CohnReznick also invites all who are interested to participate on an industry-wide webinar on Thursday, January 21 and join the study authors as they review the highlights of the report. Register today.