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Partner with MHIC

The advantages of partnering with MHIC are clear: we provide competitive rates and terms, and we make decisions efficiently because we know what works. Our underwriting is disciplined because our underwriters are specialists. Our experienced Asset Management team continually hones its methods for monitoring real estate, tax, and regulatory performance, and, equally important, makes extraordinary efforts to communicate critical information to investors and sponsors.

Investors can select to provide equity capital to four products:

  1. Low-Income Housing Tax Credits: This federal housing program, under the jurisdiction of the IRS, began in 1986 and has proven to be the most successful affordable rental program in history while establishing itself as a remarkably low-risk asset class. MHIC has raised $1.5 billion from investors, using proceeds in over 225 limited partnerships.
  2. New Markets Tax Credits: This federal program, under the jurisdiction of a branch of the Treasury Dept., was created in 2000. MHIC has received 13 awards totaling $907 million, one of the most successful participants in the country. We have deployed NMTCs for over 110 projects in all six New England states among four broad categories: business loans and industrial manufacturing, community health centers, nonprofits providing community services, and commercial real estate and neighborhood revitalization.
  3. Lending: MHIC, LLC, is our lending subsidiary dedicated to providing construction financing, acquisition loans, pre-development loans, permanent loans, and bridge loans for Historic Tax Credits to sponsors of both LIHTC and NMTC properties. Investors commit long-term equity capital, which is then leveraged with lines of credit to increase lending capacity. Current lending ability exceeds $60 million.
  4. Healthy Neighborhoods Equity Fund: In HNEF, one of our newest programs, MHIC and partner Conservation Law Foundation raise private patient capital for investment in targeted neighborhoods. HNEF is a quadruple bottom line investment that will provide: a reasonable economic return to investors and measurable community, environmental, and health benefits.