Accessing Tax Exempt Bond Financing & 4% LIHTC

Women in Housing & Finance PA

Accessing Tax Exempt Bond Financing and 4% LIHTC

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Host: Karyntha Cadogan
Meeting Description:
Join Helen Hough Feinberg and WHFPA to learn how to structure your next Tax Exempt Bond and 4% LIHTC transaction! We will share information about 4% LIHTC as well as the types of multifamily bonds and typical tax exempt bond financing options. Join us with your questions!
For WHFPA Members only. Please go to https://whf-pa.org/ to learn how to join WHFPA.
Register for the webinar here!
Date: Fri, Feb 22, 2019
Time: 12:00 PM EST
Duration: 1 hour
Presenter: 

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Helen Hough Feinberg serves as manager of RBC Capital Market’s Florida Municipal Finance office and Multifamily sector leader nationally. Ms. Feinberg has approximately 30 years’ experience in the affordable housing sector having served as underwriter or placement agent on a wide range of single family and multifamily transactions. Her client base includes state and local housing finance agencies, public housing authorities, developer and non-profits.
Ms. Feinberg graduated from Wake Forest University where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree with majors in both Economics and Spanish. She is a licensed General Securities Representative, Municipal Securities Principal and General Securities Principal. Ms. Feinberg currently serves as an advisory council member for the Florida Housing Coalition and a board member of the Coalition of Affordable Housing Providers.

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