What Is LIHTC?
The Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program is funded by the federal government and was established as part of the 1986 Tax Reform Act. It encourages private capital and investor equity to support the development of affordable rental housing by providing tax incentives for investors.
How Does LIHTC Work?
The developer raises capital by syndicating the tax credits allocated to investors. Investors receive the tax credits, which can significantly reduce their income tax, over many years.
Gardner Capital LIHTC investments are ideal for both private and institutional investors who are seeking the following:
- A long-term investment strategy
- A long-term partnership with a solid company
- The safest class of real estate investments
- A reduction of federal income taxes
- Conservatively structured real estate deals that hold minimal debt
- Assurances of compliance and due diligence on every deal
- Quick and efficient closings