LIHTC

 

 

 PRESENT REALITIES, FUTURE PROSPECTS

Chicago's Low Income Housing Tax Credit Properties
At CRN's January 24th study release, Andy Mooney, of LISC-Chicago moderated a panel discussion about the research findings and need for policy changes.
Download the Summary Report (1.35MB)

In this document, CRN presents a summary of findings, analysis and policy recommendations from a study commissioned by Chicago Housing Partnership. The study draws from 1998 audits on 8,704 units, 60% of the city's Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) stock. It presents a profile of the projects as they are now, and examines the key factors affecting performance.

CRN hopes this policy analysis will result in a healthier, sustainable LIHTC portfolio.

At CRN's January 24th study release, Andy Mooney, of LISC-Chicago moderated a panel discussion about the research findings and need for policy changes.

Additional documents
In addition to the summary report, there are two additional documents: the complete Research Analysis and a Database Manual.

 


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