Angela helps developers ensure that their various financing sources are compatible and properly structured to meet tax credit requirements. She focuses on creating real estate structures for mixed-use projects that are compatible with the financing, often resulting in the use of condominiums, vertical plats, ground leases and reciprocal easement agreements.
Through the use of tax credits, bonds and other affordable housing tools, Angela has assisted developers in various innovative housing and mixed-use developments. She has also represented lenders and investors with tax credit projects.
Angela helps clients navigate the maze of ever-changing housing and community development programs, including projects involving:
- Low-income housing tax credits (9 percent and 4 percent)
- Historic tax credits
- HOME funds
- Section 8
- HUD-insured developments
- Tax increment financing
- Housing revenue bonds
- New markets tax credits
- Numerous state and local financing programs
Angela has represented more developers of tax credit projects on Indian land than any other attorney in the country. She has worked with HUD to resolve inconsistencies between the NAHASDA program and the tax credit requirements.