Michigan HAP Property - Milan Village-Section 8- HAP Contract-Milan-Michigan

Michigan HAP Property Sold to a National LIHTC Developer

On November 16, 2017, a Michigan HAP property sold to a national LIHTC developer.  The apartments, known as Milan Village, are a 36-unit multifamily community near Ann Arbor, Michigan.  The property is within walking distance to downtown Milan, and all units are covered by an Option 4 project-based Section 8 contract.  The property is made up of 16 one-bedroom units and 20 two-bedroom units spread between three buildings. Select units within each building also have updated cabinets and vanities within. Multiple [...]

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Tax Reform – Private Activity Bonds

Private Activity Bonds are one of the most efficient tools our government has.  They fund public projects with private money and create hundreds of thousands of jobs annually.    Their “cost” is marginal relatively, and the gains they bring us by housing seniors and those less fortunate, by building hospitals, airports and schools, is essential to advancing our society.  Nearly 96,000 jobs a year are created alone by the Low Income Housing Tax Credit, which will be dramatically damaged [...]

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Chicago LIHTC Sale-Lyndale Place-Section 42-LIHTC-Chicago-Illinois
Renaissance West-LIHTC-Section 42-Chicago-Illinois

Chicago LIHTC Sale in Logan Square Neighborhood

In October of 2017, AHIB and Kiser Group closed on a Chicago LIHTC Sale in the Logan Square Neighborhood. The deal included two properties, 67 unit Lyndale Place and 100 unit Renaissance West. The properties are located a few blocks apart in Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood. Renaissance West was built new and Lyndale Place was renovated under the Section 42 Low Income Housing Tax Credit program. Both properties were restricted by debt from Chicago and IHDA in addition to LIHTC [...]

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Low Income Housing Tax Credit Sale - Sun Valley-Section 42-LIHTC-Anderson-Indiana

Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Sale in Anderson, Indiana

On June 15th, Affordable Housing Investment Brokerage, Inc. (AHIB) completed a Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Sale in Anderson, Indiana.  Sun Valley was developed under the LIHTC program in 2004, then sold by AHIB in 2013 after the original developer defaulted on their first mortgage.  The property and it’s remaining tax credits were sold to a regional developer, who successfully restructured the deal’s income limits and stabilized occupancy. After closing on a permanent HUD-insured 223(f) mortgage, they hired [...]

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HUD-Financed-Hillside Manor-HUD Financed-New Ulm-Minnesota

Sale of Former HUD-Financed Apartments in New Ulm, Minnesota

On June 6th, AHIB completed the Sale of former HUD-financed apartments in New Ulm, Minnesota known as Hillside Manor. The property was originally developed under the HUD 236 program and had units subsidized by the local housing authority. Both buyer and seller are repeat clients of the firm, and the deal was structured off-market after the successful sale of the Western Manor apartments in Austin, Minnesota in 2016. The deal closed at an unusually low cap rate due to the [...]

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Project-Based Section 8 Sale-Sage Crest-Section 8-HAP Contract-Section 42-LIHTC-Aurora-Illinois

Project-Based Section 8 Sale

On April 26, 2017, AHIB completed a Project-Based Section 8 Sale to a LIHTC Developer in Suburban Chicago. Sage Crest, a 102 unit family property, was on the market for less than 30 days before receiving multiple offers. The property had recently undergone window and boiler replacements prior to going on the market. Existing Fannie Mae debt with a 5.25% rate was paid at closing, including a yield maintenance prepayment penalty. Sage Crest was marketed prior to the 2016 presidential [...]

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RAD II HAP Contract Sale-Carriage House-Section 8-HAP Contract-RAD-Adrian-Michigan

RAD II HAP Contract Sale in Adrian, Michigan

On April 6, 2017, AHIB closed on an 85 unit RAD II HAP contract sale in Adrian, Michigan. Of the units, 11% were covered by a Project-Based RAD II HAP Contract. The remaining units are operating under a HUD 236 Use Agreement through 2020. Carriage House has a current occupancy of over 96% with up-side potential through expense reduction and long-term rent growth. The property is located in Southeast Michigan, less than an hour from both Ann Arbor, MI [...]

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Conventional Apartment Sale- Hawthorn Ridge - Section 8 - HAP Contract - Woodridge, Illinois

Suburban Chicago Project-Based Section 8 (HAP Contract) and Conventional Apartment Sale

In January, 2017, AHIB completed a suburban Chicago project-based Section 8 (HAP Contract) and conventional apartment sale in Woodridge, Illinois. The 176 unit family property had 40% of the units covered by a project-based Section 8 (HAP Contract) contract administered by IHDA and the remaining units operating as market rate. Ownership had recently placed an FHA-insured, HUD 223f loan, which had an attractive interest rate at 3.58%, but high reserve requirements and a low loan-to-value at the target pricing, [...]

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Senior LIHTC -Lincoln-Villas-Section-42-LIHTC-Racine-Wisconsin

Senior LIHTC and Project-Based Section 8 (HAP Contract) Sale in Wisconsin

On December 15th, AHIB completed a Senior LIHTC (Low Income Housing Tax Credit) and Project-Based Section 8 (HAP Contract) Sale in Wisconsin. AHIB was hired to market Lincoln Villas by a court-appointed receiver after the property’s parent company entered bankruptcy. A full HAP contract was in place in addition to LIHTC restrictions from a 2009 renovation financed by the Tax Credit Exchange Program. Furthermore, the deal was originally built under the HUD 202 program, but was refinanced in a [...]

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Three property project-based section 8 sale-Janesville-Neenah-Section 8-HAP Contract-Menasha-Wisconsin

Three Property Project-Based Section 8 Sale in Wisconsin

In November, AHIB completed a three property project-based Section 8 sale in Wisconsin. The properties totaled 96 units and were spread between three markets; Janesville, Neenah and Menasha, but operated under two HAP contracts and one FHA-insured loan. Due to the distance between the properties (Janesville is over a two hour drive from Neenah and Menasha), the market of buyers was primarily made up of of parties actively managing affordable housing in Wisconsin. After a brief marketing period, the private [...]

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