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NALHFA Welcomes Stifel

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, May 16, 2018

The National Association of Local Housing Finance Agencies (NALHFA) announced today that Stifel is its newest member.

 

NALHFA is the leading local affordable housing advocate, influencing the shape and content of congressional legislation and agency regulations affecting the affordable housing finance industry.

 

Stifel provides financing alternatives to state and local housing finance agencies, for-profit developers, and 501(c)(3) corporations seeking taxable or tax-exempt funding for housing projects that serve low- and moderate-income families. A national leader in publicly offered, multifamily housing bond-financed projects, Stifel offers comprehensive investment banking services, in-depth housing sector knowledge, and expansive distribution channels.

 

The Stifel affordable housing team has experience in a wide range of debt alternatives, including public bond offerings and private placements that utilize fixed and/or variable rates for new construction, acquisition, rehab, and refinancing. Stifel’s business contacts in this specialty sector of municipal finance encompass a highly experienced national network of tax credit providers, credit enhancement sources, investors, lawyers, lenders, and other professionals. Stifel’s experience, industry knowledge, professional associations, and contacts combine to provide value in helping clients achieve the best possible results.

 

In 2017, Stifel ranked No. 1 nationally with 69 multifamily housing transactions closed and No. 2 in total par amount with $1,088.8 million in multifamily housing transactions closed.  (Source: Thomson Reuters SDC as of January 1, 2018, senior managed negotiated transactions allocated to book runner.)

 

“Stifel is excited to join NALHFA because two-thirds of the issuers that used Stifel to underwrite housing bonds in 2017 were either local HFAs or local municipal conduit issuers. We look forward to working with NALHFA and its members by issuing many of the housing bonds that finance affordable multifamily housing throughout the country,” said John Rucker, head of Stifel’s Public Finance Housing Group.

 

For more information on Stifel, click here.

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