Affordable Housing

The Affordable Housing Group (AHG) of Colliers specializes in assisting Sellers and Buyers in the acquisition and disposition of their Section 42 Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC), Senior Housing and Affordable Housing assets throughout the United States. The AHG is comprised of a group of top multifamily advisors and recognized experts whose clients benefit from a strong national presence, aggressive marketing capabilities, and unparalleled market knowledge.

Affordable and senior housing are particularly hot products in today’s market because they are viewed as recession resistant investments with favorable supply/demand ratios. On a weekly basis we are seeing new funds created targeting affordable housing thanks to changing demographic trends, government subsidies, and the secure nature of this asset class. Our team was formed to help buyers and sellers navigate this changing market to their best advantage

Fair Market Analysis

With our broad experience, market research and underwriting capabilities we are able to determine a realistic sales price when evaluating low income housing tax credits (LIHTC) and affordable housing assets.

Access To Capital

The AHG has compiled an extensive database of Institutions, Private Investors, Pension Funds, Foreign Investors and REIT’s that we are communicating with on a consistent basis. Through a comprehensive marketing campaign focused on mass exposure of the asset, we encourage multiple offers and allow the market to determine the maximum value for your property.

Industry Leading Experience

The AHG’s specialized team of advisors has in depth understanding and knowledge of the rules, regulations, policies and procedures of HUD, Section 42 tax credits and affordable housing programs. We have extensive experience in assisting clients with HUD, The Housing Authority, Expiring and Renewing HAP Contracts, and Obtaining Bond Financing, Market Rate Conversion, Expired LIHTC, General Partner, Interest Sale, Foreclosure, Rents Below Max Allowable, Rents Against Max Allowable, Underperforming/Vacancy/Rehab, and Contract Renewals.