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Multifamily Housing

Transactions, tax, audit and advisory services for multifamily housing developers, owners and investors.

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Let’s build the future of housing, together.

Success in the housing industry requires a deep understanding of complex real estate transactions, a passion for supporting the goals of community stakeholders and a commitment to the financial and operational health of your organization in an increasingly regulated environment.

For-profit and not-for-profit developers, housing authorities, property managers, state housing credit agencies, syndicators, and lenders rely on our real estate development and transaction expertise to build and maintain many types of rural and urban housing communities throughout the country, including:

  • Affordable
  • Workforce
  • Market rate 
  • Public
  • Senior
  • Student
  • Tribal

Conceptualization to completion

Our specialists can help you minimize risk and optimize your development opportunities, guiding you from initial project conceptualization to completion and helping you with:

  • Tax credits and other project financing
  • Development advisory
  • Opportunity Zone strategy consulting
  • Transaction advisory services
  • Market and impact studies
  • Tax, assurance and accounting services
  • Outsourced accounting
  • Valuation of partnership interests
  • Regulatory compliance and reporting
  • Construction risk management
  • Cybersecurity and IT risk advisory
  • Corporate renewal & turnaround services

Funding your project

With a broad range of state and federal programs at the center of many housing projects, long-term success in the arena depends on your ability to secure these scarce resources as well as adhere to a host of reporting and regulatory obligations. 

Our engagements are led by practice leaders and team members who are on the cutting edge of new housing programs and have the proven deal experience, technical expertise and creativity necessary to route the complex interplays among all financial stakeholders. Our experience includes:

  • Low-Income Housing Tax Credits
  • Tax-exempt bonds and various taxable debt
  • Federal Home Loan Bank AHP
  • Federal and local grant programs
  • Public Housing Mixed Finance
  • Historic tax credits
  • Energy tax credits
  • Opportunity Zones
  • Capital Magnet Fund
  • New Markets Tax Credits
From an investor limited partner perspective, I was very impressed with Baker Tilly’s commitment to providing excellent customer service. Though my company was not responsible for engaging Baker Tilly for their services, they understood the impact and importance of the cost segregation results on the investor limited partner. They could have easily submitted one draft and pushed to finalize the report, but instead they revisited the scope of the work and investigated some new aspects of the information provided and were able to produce results that really helped the investor. They did this for no additional fee but incurred additional time and effort to help meet our needs.
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LIHTC Year 15 Exit Planning Resource Center

As LIHTC properties approach their fifteenth anniversary, general partners must decide how to move forward with them after the initial LIHTC compliance period. A variety of factors must be evaluated in this decision. Will the property remain in the affordable housing stock? Does the property need significant capital repairs? Is there additional value that can be unlocked because of an improved market?

We rely on Baker Tilly’s breadth of experience to deliver services beyond audit and tax. They consistently add value through cost segregation studies, market studies, project consulting and more.
Brett Oumedian, Controller, Cinnaire

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