We pair deep industry knowledge with our transaction experience to provide a tailored approach to every New Markets Tax Credit project, from initial concept through completion.

Our New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) professionals work closely with owners, developers, community leaders, lenders, investors, and Community Development Entities (CDEs) to optimize a project’s approach to capital while ensuring compliance, mitigating risk, and maintaining transparency for key stakeholders.

We work with new and experienced NMTC borrowers to determine project eligibility, solicit interest from CDEs, structure and assist in closing the transaction, perform post-closing servicing and monitor compliance, and provide ongoing advisory services for future planning.

CDEs can rely on our experienced team to succeed in the highly rigorous and competitive application process, select the right projects to invest in, and meet ongoing compliance requirements with well-built procedures and operational efficiencies.

Gain clear insight from every perspective with a seamlessly integrated team of transaction, development, and tax specialists well-versed in the industry unique to each NMTC project and experienced in all aspects of a deal.

New Markets Tax Credit program: how it works

New Markets Tax Credit program: how it works

New Markets Tax Credits are federal income tax credits used to encourage private investment in low-income communities around the United States. This video provides an overview of the NMTC program and projects that are particularly attractive for investment.

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New Markets Tax Credit and Low-Income Housing Tax Credit mapping tool

New Markets Tax Credit and Low-Income Housing Tax Credit mapping tool

The NMTC Program provides tax credits for investment into operating businesses and development projects located in qualifying "distressed" communities by certified Community Development Entities (CDEs). Using the 2006-2010 American Community Survey data, this mapping tool can help you determine if a project may qualify within eligible census tracts.

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