ADA for Property Owners and Tax Credits & Other Incentive Financing Programs

ADA for Property Owners, Brokers, and Developers – Richard Hunt
Tax Credits & Other Incentive Financing Programs – Don Longwell

Fort Worth, Texas
Sunday, January 19, 2020
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Richard Martin Hunt is a board-certified civil trial lawyer with 38 years of experience representing businesses and individuals in litigation, arbitration, and mediation. His practice is focused on lawsuits brought under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the disability rights provisions in the Fair Housing Act.  He is the author of Accessibility Defense, accessdefense.com, a blog that provides  news and information to help businesses avoid and defend disability rights litigation.  This class will provide an overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act and Fair Housing Act as they relate to acquiring, developing, owning, and selling real estate.

Donald E. Longwell Jr. has structured historic rehabilitation tax credit and new market tax credit transactions throughout the country for a variety of clients, including private developers, nonprofit organizations, and municipalities. In many cases, he has successfully structured transactions and syndicated tax credits where a client had been previously advised by other professionals that it could not utilize the historic rehabilitation tax credit. High quality, responsive, creative, and cost-effective legal services are vital in this complex area.  This course will provide you with tax credit strategies and other incentive financing programs to help you close more transactions.

Attendees do not have to be licensed or invited to attend; it is open to everyone, and you may register online at www.secounselors.com by accessing the Education Only link on the homepage.

Mark your calendars now! Please visit the S.E.C. Observer at www.secobserver.com, and click the Upcoming Events menu tab to access the calendar of events and view a brochure for the course.

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