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New Beginnings

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The Tax Credit Advisor monthly newsletter was created in 1986 after the Tax Reform Act established the Low Income Housing Tax Credit program.

TCA’s origin as a newsletter was later expanded into a monthly magazine in 2010 to constructively share the many stories these deals had to tell.

Since then, TCA has been providing comprehensive coverage on all aspects of the development and financing of affordable rental housing, historic preservation, tax-advantaged real estate and economic development projects using federal and state tax credits and other resources.

Over the years, the magazine has featured developers, syndicators, lenders, attorneys, accountants and housing agencies, sharing their insights and connecting them with other industry professionals.

And now, we are embracing change yet again. As we say goodbye to TCA magazine, TCA Digital will continue the legacy started in 1986 by further exploring business opportunities, best practices and policy developments related to the affordable housing industry.

The June issue covers The Department of Housing and Urban Development’s newly issued guidance on budget-based rent adjustments (Budget-Based Rent Adjustments Possible for Qualifying Mark-to-Market Section 8 Properties), the indefinite extension of FFB/FHA’s Risk-Sharing program and how it is adding federal muscle to local deals (Risk-Sharing Initiative Extended Indefinitely), as well as Freddie Mac’s cautiously optimistic outlook on the economy and multifamily housing market in its 2024 Multifamily Outlook report (Pipeline of Multifamily Homes Slated for 2024 Completion Mutes Rental Market Growth).

Check out Legally Speaking: How the Supreme Court Could Impact Homelessness as it covers the most significant Supreme Court case regarding homelessness in decades. Learn more about the case, national-level work and what comes next.

Read about preserving aging rural housing through bond finance (Case Study: Rolling Up Rural Deals) and how developers can partner with Public Housing Authorities issuing General Revenue bonds to achieve workforce housing solutions that are superior to using traditional real estate finance (Case Study: Using General Revenue Bonds to Support Workforce Housing).

New beginnings are an opportunity for advancement and achievement. By seizing these opportunities and embracing change we set ourselves up for success. Join us as we embark on a new beginning and help us continue to share important stories. We are setting ourselves and all of you up for success.

Jessica Hoefer