About Taylor Healy
I represent for-profit and nonprofit developers and owners in transactional and regulatory compliance matters concerning multifamily affordable housing programs, including:
- Section 8 renewals and assignments
- Prepayments of existing FHA-insured mortgages
- Transfers of ownership of HUD-assisted properties
- Rent increases
- Transfers of physical assets (TPAs)
Prior to joining the firm, I spent nine years at the DC-based non-profit, Bread for the City, where I focused on housing policy reform and represented tenant associations in transactions, negotiations, and litigation related to acquisition and redevelopment, rent increases, the Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act (TOPA), bankruptcy, and property-wide housing conditions issues. Prior to joining Bread for the City, I was a Polikoff-Gautreaux Fellow at BPI (Business and Professional People for the Public Interest) in Chicago where I focused on affordable housing policy and mixed-finance public housing redevelopment projects.
- District of Columbia
- JD, Villanova University School of Law
- BA, Boston College
- Represented numerous clients in obtaining HUD approvals needed for the substantial rehabilitation of projects across the country, including approvals for HAP assignments and Chapter 15 Mark-Up-To-Market renewals with post-rehabilitation rent increases.
- Represented clients in assigning and renewing Project-Based Voucher contracts to ensure residents have continued access to their existing housing subsidies.
- Currently assisting clients with applications and closing packages for direct loans and grants awarded through HUD’s new Green and Resilient Retrofit (“GRRP”) Program.
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