Amber Mohr is an associate whose practice focuses on representing developers and public housing authorities in complex multifamily affordable housing developments using mixed-finance sources such as low income housing tax credit (LIHTC) equity, private debt, bond financing, and project-based rental assistance in addition to other financing sources and initiatives for acquisition and development. She frequently represents developers, public housing authorities, and LIHTC investors in public housing conversions under the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program, including RAD conversions in conjunction with LIHTC transactions as well as conversions of existing mixed-finance developments.
Amber also represents lenders providing FHA-insured financing in multifamily projects. Prior to joining Ballard Spahr, she was an Attorney Advisor with HUD in the Baltimore Field Office where she closed FHA-insured loans for multifamily and nursing facility projects, as well as reviewed transactions involving the acquisition of properties with FHA-insured financing, including Transfer of Physical Assets (TPA) approvals.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Amber Mohr