Ms. Rushin's practice focuses on all aspects of the representation of lenders, investors and developers in connection with affordable housing transactions, including the use of traditional construction and permanent financing, federal and state tax credits, tax-exempt bonds, HOME loans CDBG funds, HUD and AHP grants or loans, TCAP loans, Section 1602 funds and others.
Ms. Rushin has also represented lenders and borrowers in secured and unsecured transactions, structured financing transactions and multi-state transactions. She has represented various real estate clients through all phases of development, including acquisition, financing, leasing and disposition in connection with hotel, retail, office, industrial, market rate housing and affordable housing projects.
Prior To Liles and Rushin:
Prior to co-founding Liles & Rushin, LLC, Ms. Rushin worked in the Commercial Real Estate and Lending Group, with a concentration in affordable housing, at the Birmingham, Alabama firm of Maynard, Cooper & Gale, P.C. from 2001 to 2007.
Ms. Rushin currently serves on the board for the Junior Patrons of the Birmingham Museum of Art.
Prior to working as an attorney, Ms. Rushin earned a graduate gemology degree from the Gemological Institute of America.
-American Bar Association
-Affordable Housing Forum
-Alabama State Bar Association
-Birmingham Bar Association