• Holland & Knight tax lawyers have been active counselors on New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) transactions since the program's inception and represent all parties in NMTC transactions: community development entities, investors, lenders and qualified active low-income community businesses (QALICBs).
  • Our attorneys are experienced in representing clients in a wide range of NMTC projects, including charter schools, mixed-use developments, health centers, grocery stores, community service facilities, arts centers and museums, public transit and many other sectors.
  • Our support of clients in NMTC transactions isn't limited to tax advice. Our attorneys have the knowledge and resources to do everything necessary to get these deals done, including performing due diligence on real estate and environmental matters, and ensuring that projects are structured to be successful after they are funded.
  • NMTCs frequently are used in tandem with state credits and other federal credits, such as those for low-income housing or historic preservation. Our NMTC lawyers are experienced in combining other tax credits used to encourage investment in distressed communities with the NMTC.