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Another Model of Low Income Housing Tax Credit Development: Building Housing and Building Capacity


Michael Diamond


Georgetown University Law Center


AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS, pp. 51-67, Nestor M. Davidson & Robin Paul Malloy, eds., Ashgate Press, 2009
Georgetown Public Law Research Paper No. 10-08

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This paper was first delivered at a conference on Affordable Housing and Pubic Private Partnerships at the University of Colorado Law School. It addresses the creation of community institutions able to acquire and wield power in the affordable housing realm. While this ability has generally been associated with buildings purchased and operated by tenant groups, the paper suggests other affordable housing situations, particularly those developed under the Low Income Housing Tax Credit program, in which the accretion of power can occur. It proposes a model of tenant involvement in development and operation of affordable rental housing that can, in certain circumstances, create the type of durable institution normally associated with ownership.

Number of Pages in PDF File: 18

Keywords: Housing Policy, Low-Income Housing, Investment Tax Credit, Public Housing

JEL Classification: R21, R31

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Date posted: February 24, 2010  

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Diamond, Michael, Another Model of Low Income Housing Tax Credit Development: Building Housing and Building Capacity. AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS, pp. 51-67, Nestor M. Davidson & Robin Paul Malloy, eds., Ashgate Press, 2009; Georgetown Public Law Research Paper No. 10-08. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1558479

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Washington, DC 20001
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