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Community Development Finance Associate - Senior

Company name

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type

Attorney

Date Last Verified

Jan 12, 2022

Valid Through

Apr 27, 2022

Posted on

Nov 07, 2021

Years of Experience

6-8 yrs required

Location

Manchester, NH, United States

Employment Type

Full-time

Industry

Legal
Practice Area
Real Estate >> Real Estate
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Senior Community Development Finance Associate
The candidate will work primarily with the New Markets Tax Credit team and focus on advising investors, community development entities, project sponsors, leverage lenders, and/or other lender participants in connection with the structuring of multiple sources of financing, including tax credits and other government incentives, to be used in aiding commercial development and revitalizing underserved communities across the country. Should have strong academic credentials. Should preferably have 6-8 years of transactional experience in real estate or community development finance projects. Must have knowledge of real estate finance, government incentive programs, partnerships and limited liability companies, and an aptitude for analyzing financial projections. Prior law firm or national accounting firm experience is a plus.

Additional info

Job ID: 3321

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Nixon Peabody LLP
900 Elm Street
Manchester, NH 03101

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