Working under the direction of the Director, Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Regions, the Deputy Director is the leader of LIIF’s lending activities in LIIF’s market of Washington, DC, Maryland, and Northern Virginia (Market). The Deputy Director is accountable for positioning LIIF as a leader in the Market. This also includes developing, managing and supporting locally-based funder relationships and leading LIIF’s efforts in state-based affordable housing policy initiatives. The Deputy Director is also accountable for operating and financial performance for the Market. This includes achieving expected financial outcomes, including loan production, for these operations as developed in LIIF’s strategic plan, annual work plans and budgets.
The Loan Officer/Senior Loan Officer position is New York City-based, serving a geographic area that includes the New York metropolitan area, New York State, and New England. The Loan Officer/Senior Loan Officer originates and underwrites acquisition/predevelopment, construction, and term loans in support of LIIF’s transactions with charter schools, health clinics, child care centers, and other community facilities, often as part of mixed use projects with housing. The Loan Officer/Senior Loan Officer may from time to time work on affordable housing transactions including special needs and transitional housing. The Loan Officer/Senior Loan Officer also helps source and close transactions that utilize New Markets Tax Credits (NMTCs). In accordance with LIIF lending policies and procedures, the Loan Officer/Senior Loan Officer prepares and presents loan narratives/credit memos to the loan committee or other approving entities for approval. Following loan approval, the Loan Officer/Senior Loan Officer coordinates with LIIF’s Loan Administration group for loan closing and with LIIF’s asset management team for the ongoing asset management of such loans.
Responsible for completing all the daily administrative tasks in relation to the property and property management functions. The property manager will oversee all building operations and functions, including but not limited to: marketing, leasing, lease renewal, rent registration, maintenance and security. Property Manager will be expected to comply with all regulatory agency requirements (City/State/Federal/Investors/Syndicators, etc. Property Manager will also ensure that all administrative and building operations are in compliance with the NYC Department of Buildings (DOB), FDNY, etc. He/she will be responsible for communicating all necessary operating information to the Director of Property Management and Building Operations.
Rockabill is a privately held consulting and development company operating in the affordable housing industry, primarily helping Not For Profits to preserve and develop over 12,000 units of affordable & supportive housing since 2007. Rockabill is expanding both its consulting and development platforms by seeking to hire a Senior Project Manager for both individual project consulting assignments and to support the development work of the Managing Principal.
The Office of Development leads the agency’s effort to implement the Mayor’s Housing New York 2.0 plan, to create and preserve 300,000 affordable units for New Yorkers, from those at the very lowest income to those in the middle class. The Office of Development is composed of four divisions: Housing Incentives, New Construction, Preservation, and Building and Land Development Services.
The Housing Partnership Development Corporation seeks a fulltime Director of Grants Management & Development to maximize the organization’s grants revenue and ensure ongoing funding sustainability for the future. This individual will lead the organization’s fund raising efforts with a goal of securing multi-year funding commitments.
New York State Homes and Community Renewal (HCR) fosters the creation and preservation of high-quality affordable housing, while working strategically to revitalize neighborhoods and communities throughout the Empire State. Under the leadership of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and Commissioner RuthAnne Visnauskas, HCR is a vibrant, innovative agency that integrates and leverages New York State’s housing resources. We have offices in New York City, Albany, Buffalo and Syracuse, and employ a diverse workforce of professionals who are hard-working and committed to serving low- and moderate-income families. Our mission is far reaching, encompassing single and multifamily housing finance, home improvement, rent regulation, housing subsidies, and community development. We partner regularly with a variety of public and private stakeholders.
Achieving this mission requires a wide range of skills and backgrounds in public policy, administration, real estate, architecture, finance, law and many other areas of expertise. We seek to provide a workplace environment that is productive, flexible, accountable, ethical and caring. Our employees are empowered to make a difference where they live and work. We offer competitive pay and a comprehensive benefits package, including paid leave, health, dental, vision, retirement and family-friendly policies.
Duval & Stachenfeld LLP has a strong need for a lawyer with a strong “Funds” practice – focusing on private equity and real estate. This includes representing clients in raising funds and the related regulatory work – both traditional, institutional type funds and non-traditional sponsor capital, debt and other funds.
The ideal candidate should:
- Have a solid expertise in fund work within the real estate industry. There is not a hard and fast rule, but we would expect at least 20% of the candidate’s expertise to be with real estate funds. Enough to be marketable to the real estate industry;
- Have both high quality legal skills and expertise plus excellent client-facing skills;
- Have sufficient portable business to at least cover the base salary expected by the candidate;
- Have a desire to work within our real estate “Pure Play” model. Notably, we are very happy to support the candidate’s non-real estate clients; however, this is a real estate firm and the synergistic upside will likely come from marketing to the real estate industry; and
- Be a strong and solid fit for our collegial, team-oriented culture.
We already have this practice at the firm, but it is overflowing with work. And we expect great success going forward as this practice grows and our clients increasingly move towards fund-based strategies. There is “a hole at second base” here for an excellent candidate. Compensation will be discussed with the candidate on a case by case basis, however, we believe there will be economic upside here as the practice grows and develops.
Fairstead is a vertically integrated real estate company specializing in affordable and mixed-income housing. Since 2014, Fairstead has acquired and/or developed more than $4 Billion of multifamily property across the country, and today owns a portfolio of over 12,500 apartments in 15 states. The company’s comprehensive platform provides hands-on expertise across all multifamily disciplines, including acquisitions, development, design and construction, energy and sustainability, property management and social services.
The Women’s Housing and Economic Development Corporation (WHEDco) is a community development organization founded on the radically simple idea that all people deserve healthy, vibrant communities. We build award-winning, sustainable, affordable homes – but our work is not over when our buildings are complete. WHEDco believes that to be successful, affordable housing must be anchored in strong communities that residents can be proud of. WHEDco’s mission is to give the South Bronx access to all the resources that create thriving neighborhoods – from high-quality early education and after-school programs, to fresh, healthy food, cultural programming, and economic opportunity.