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For more than 40 years, we have been actively involved in the acquisition, development, financing and disposition of virtually every type of housing across the nation.  Our clients include both nonprofit and for-profit developers, institutional lenders, domestic and foreign banks, equity providers, joint ventures, public and private partnerships, business corporations and governmental entities in a wide range of housing transactions. Our breadth and depth of experience is our foundation for providing clients up-to-the-minute, proactive legal advice that reflects current industry thinking, and allows us to complete challenging transaction structures and financings that benefit clients—on a timely, cost-effective and user-friendly basis. 

Examples of the types of housing matters include:

  • Multifamily housing (profit or non-profit)
  • Senior/assisted living (nonprofit or for-profit)
  • Public and affordable housing
  • Student housing (both nonprofit and college- or university-owned)
  • Military housing (or related military facility privatizations)
  • Government-assisted housing
  • Mixed-income/mixed-use housing
  • Planned communities/condominiums
  • Single-family housing
  • Workforce housing

Kutak Rock attorneys in other specialized areas, such as bankruptcy, real estate, derivatives, banking, securities, land and zoning, construction and litigation, augment the services we provide and allow us to offer clients assistance that exceeds standard legal advice. Our experience allows us to offer creative solutions for issues that arise, suggestions that improve the end-product, and innovative, practical advice in the development and financing of housing projects, nationally.  We provide a view of the entire housing development and finance landscape and provide comprehensive guidance and recommendations for the most complex transactions, including:

  • Acquisitions/assumptions
  • Tax-exempt finance (Bonds )
  • Construction and bridge loans
  • Capital grant financing programs
  • Community development lending
  • Defaults and workouts
  • Government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) 
  • FHA-insured loans/GNMA
  • HUD programs
  • Mixed finance
  • Portfolio sales and acquisitions
  • Section 8 contracts and vouchers