Elizabeth is a member of Husch Blackwell's Financial Services industry team and has an advanced degree in taxation. She has extensive experience in tax and structuring issues involving New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC), federal and state historic rehabilitation tax credits, federal and state low-income housing tax credits (LIHTC), Brownfield tax credits and affordable housing assistance program (AHAP) tax credits.
Elizabeth counsels lenders and borrowers on real estate, construction, cash flow and asset-based loan transactions. She advises clients during the acquisition, development, sale and leasing of commercial and multifamily residential property.
In addition, Elizabeth regularly speaks nationally on NMTCs, rehabilitation and Brownfield tax credits.
The Hon. Richard B. Teitelman, Missouri Supreme Court, 2004
Represented the nation's most active tax credit investor in New Market Tax Credit (NMTC) matters, historic tax credit transactions and exit matters.
•Counseled investors, lenders, developers and community development entities in transactions that combine traditional financing with tax incentives in order to finance the expansion of operating businesses and the development of mixed-use real estate, hotels, theatres and commercial developments.
•Worked with lenders and borrowers on real estate, construction, cash flow and asset-based loan transactions.
•Represented clients during the acquisition, development, construction, sale, leasing and management of commercial and multifamily residential property.
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