Corenia Riley Burlingame has more than 10 years of experience in structuring and closing transactions incorporating tax credit financing, including low-income housing, historic and new markets tax credits.
She has closed transactions nationwide financed with low-income housing tax credits, representing investors, syndicators and developers. These include resyndications of existing tax credit projects, tax-exempt bond financing, projects pairing the low-income housing tax credit with investment tax credits, and portfolios of tax credit projects.
Corenia’s practice also includes closing historic tax credit transactions for developers and investors, and closing projects financed with new markets tax credits for qualified active low-income community businesses, community development entities, and investors.
She also has experience with workouts of tax credit transactions, unwinds of historic tax credit and new markets tax credit projects, and year 15 issues that arise in connection with low-income housing tax credit transactions.
American Bar Association: Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law Member; Young Lawyers Division Member
District of Columbia Bar: Taxation Section Member
Virginia State Bar: Taxation Section Member
Virginia Tax Review: Editorial Board Member