2012 Media Kit - National Housing & Rehabilitation Association

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2012 Media Kit - National Housing & Rehabilitation Association

TAX CREDIT ADVISOR’S Editorial CoverageTax Credit Advisor is written to ensure that ourreaders get the most out of each and every page ofeach and every issue. Each issue covers key subjectareas based on our readers’ critical areas of need.These include coverage of federal low-incomehousing, historic rehabilitation, new markets, andrenewable energy tax credits, and federal multifamilyhousing programs of HUD & USDA RuralDevelopment. We also report on green buildingnews and trends. Tax Credit Advisor provides atleast one detailed case study per issue.Following are additional details on key subjectareas of coverage, showing why our subscribersread a huge amount of every issue we produce.Low-Income Housing Tax CreditsWe report on the many dimensions of Low-IncomeHousing Tax Credits (LIHTCs), beginning with howCongress and the federal agencies (HUD, IRS)shape their use, and the award of LIHTCs under thequalified allocation plans of state housing agencies.We also provide full details of how developers putLIHTCs to work in multi-layer financings that fundaffordable housing, including the use of tax-exemptbonds. Our coverage of LIHTC equity pricingincludes the widely-followed Corporate Tax CreditFund Watch, prepared exclusively for Tax CreditAdvisor by Ernst & Young, LLP.New Markets Tax CreditsWe cover the fast-paced regulatory developmentsaffecting the use of these credits – from the CDFIFund’s allocations and rulemaking, to the IRS’sclarification of tax structures. We describe thecomplex investment strategies involving NMTCs,including leveraged loan structures and thecombination of NMTCs and historic credits.Historic Rehabilitation Tax CreditsThe administration and use of Historic RehabilitationTax Credits is also a main area of coverage. Thisincludes reporting on the role of the National ParkService and state historic preservation offices inoverseeing certification of these credits, changingdeal structures, and pending legislation.Case StudiesTax Credit Advisor identifies and dissects cuttingedgetransactions that break new ground and serveas “best practices” models. These case studiesprovide details on funding sources, deal structures,and the challenges faced by the developers plustheir solutions that our readers can tailor and adaptto their own situations.Green BuildingOur coverage of this important area of real estatedevelopment reports on new occurrences in greenbuilding rating systems, the use of renewable energy,and incentives and funds to owners to makebuildings more energy efficient and sustainable.Federal and State UpdateWe provide readers a quick overview of the regulatoryand legislative activity important to affordablehousing and community development at the federal,state, and local levels.NH&RA NewsWe report on current news and future events of theNational Housing & Rehabilitation Association andits councils.For ad information/orders, contact Scott Oser at 301.279.0468 or soser@dworbell.com3


TAX CREDIT ADVISOR’S Editorial CalendarTCA Keeps You Up-To-Date• Coverage of IRS, HUD, and CDFI Fund rulesand federal/state legislation affecting housing,historic, new markets, and renewable energytax credits• The latest market prices for housing credits, andcurrent yields to investors• Corporate Tax Credit Fund Watch. A quarterlysurvey of LIHTC funds with pricing/yield data,prepared by Ernst & Young LLP exclusively forTax Credit Advisor• News on “green” and sustainable buildingstandards and practices and energy retrofits• Advice from industry experts on tax creditstructuring and compliance• Information on new state qualified allocationplans for housing credits, state credit supply andawards, and application deadlines• Incentives for making properties moreenergy-efficient• Coverage of key issues affecting projects,including property tax assessments, market studies,industry “best practices,” and other areas• Tips on competing for housing or new marketscredits, and getting approval for historic credits• How tax credits can be used to reposition olderor underutilized properties• How to best manage tax credit properties andavoid compliance mistakes• Debt financing trends and sources• New gap financing and subsidy sources• Information on state tax creditsEDITORIAL CONTACTGlenn Petherick, EditorPhone: 202-939-1774 | Email: gpetherick@dworbell.com2012 Editorial CalendarI S S U EOctober 2011November 2011December 2011January 2012February 2012March 2012April 2012May 2012June 2012July 2012August 2012September 2012October 2012November 2012December 2012T H E M EBonus DistributionHistoric RehabilitationNiche DevelopmentOpportunitiesNew Markets Tax CreditsGreen Building & RetrofitsTax Credit Equity SourcesEffective Property ManagementDebt Financing SourcesStructuring the DealPreservation Transactions& OpportunitiesTechnologyPartnering on DealsTax Credit ComplianceHistoric RehabilitationNiche DevelopmentOpportunitiesNew Markets Tax CreditsTax Credit Advisor is distributed year-round toattendees at a number of events attended by developersand other tax credit industry participants.Among these are conferences of the:• National Housing & Rehabilitation AssociationNational Council of State Housing Agencies• Affordable Housing Tax Credit Coalition• Council for Affordable and Rural HousingNational Association of Home Builders’ HousingCredit Group• Select state housing credit agency eventsFor ad information/orders, contact Scott Oser at 301.279.0468 or soser@dworbell.com4

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