Bose McKinney & Evans attorneys have been involved with a variety of Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) projects. Attorneys combine their experience in financing (public and private), real estate, tax, securities, corporate and partnership law to take a holistic approach to clients’ issues and opportunities. The attorneys regularly represent lenders, whether financial institutions or public agencies, both on the front end in providing construction and permanent financing on LIHTC projects and when projects go into workout. In addition, Bose McKinney & Evans attorneys have served as bond and issuers counsel for project financings and also have represented developers, syndicators, nonprofit corporations, investors and other parties with the various roles involved in such projects. Members of the firm have been involved with hundreds of LIHTC projects, and seek quick, fair, cost-effective and productive outcomes to the benefit of everyone involved.