Conventional bank loans. Taxable and tax-exempt bond financing. Federal, state, and local loans and grants. Rental subsidies. Tax credit equity. Public housing funds and capital advance funds. Tax allocation and project revenue bond financing. Mezzanine financing. Interest rate swaps. Mortgage defeasances. Letters of credit. Sale/leasebacks. Pledges, surplus cash payments, and loan guaranties.
From the basic to the highly sophisticated, Goldfarb & Lipman attorneys work with a diversity of financing instruments and structures to help clients achieve their project and programmatic goals in general real estate, affordable housing, commercial, and economic development.