Baker Tilly US

Baker Tilly US

Baker Tilly US is a podcast series that informs, educates and helps organizations enhance or protect their value given the impact of current market trends and topics.... Show More

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August 5, 2020 14 min

In this episode of BuzzHouse, Don Bernards and Garrick Gibson update you on the latest news surrounding the multifamily housing and community development industry over the last few weeks.

First, they start with an update on applications including the CDFI Fund that released awardees of New Market Tax Credits, as well as the Capital Magnet Fund. Then they dive into Notice 2020-53 for LIHTC deals, followed by the key provisions of t...

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In this episode of CommuniTIES, Baker Tilly private and public sector specialists discuss economic development and the impact on communities in the wake of COVID-19.

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What effects will COVID-19 have on available multifamily housing funding by municipalities? What strategies are municipalities bringing to the table? What information should developers provide to municipalities when starting projects? Baker Tilly’s municipal advisors Terri Heaton and Mikaela Huot join our hosts to discuss multifamily housing from a municipality viewpoint and everything municipalities want you to know as a developer...

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In this episode, our public sector accounting partners explain the benefits of working with Baker Tilly as an outsourced accountant and/or auditor to improve governmental operations and save money.

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David Haviland is a Baker Tilly senior manager, best known for his multitude of experience helping multifamily housing developers identify opportunities through market studies. In this episode, he reveals how COVID-19 has impacted the process of market studies and why virtual site visits may be the wave of the future. Hosts, Don Bernards and Garrick Gibson dig deeper to uncover chatter around rent collections, especially as it rela...

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In this episode of CommuniTIES, Baker Tilly public sector specialists discuss the COVID-19 relief funding sources available to state and local governments, schools and utilities.

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Join Don and Garrick as they interview, Baker Tilly senior manager Spencer Skinner, on a trend gaining momentum in the industry for developers: modular construction. With a primary goal of reducing construction labor costs of a project, Spencer shares how he helped a client use modular building to close a construction gap of six to eight million and reallocate the savings to other parts of the project. Spencer will also answer comm...

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Over the next five years approximately 635,000 low-income multifamily housing units will reach Year 15. To date, this is the most in the history of the low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) preservation program (Year 15). As you approach your 15-year compliance period, specialized disputes involve extremely complicated transactions, new and existing parties, and parties whose objectives have changed since inception of the partnersh...

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As your company reacts and changes to address all the new rules and regulations resulting from COVID-19, you’ve likely already incurred additional costs beyond what was expected. From work-from-home expenses to new technologies, all current and future costs should be documented in a harm statement. This statement serves as an inventory of past costs and expected future costs from a contractor’s COVID-19 response. Join special guest...

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In this episode of CommuniTIES, Baker Tilly Municipal Advisors discuss the importance of comprehensive financial planning for state and local governments, particularly during and post-COVID-19.

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Laura Cataldo, a Baker Tilly senior manager who works with contractors across the country on performance and management effectiveness, joins Don Bernards and Garrick Gibson in an episode geared towards developers with projects in construction.

Learn about what contractors are doing to stay healthy and safe during COVID-19, force majeure clauses in contracts that may benefit you, and how to vet potential contractors for future jobs. ...

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With unemployment rising to an ultimate 14.7% rate, many multifamily housing developers and owners are interested in what future rent collections will look like. Join Don Bernards and Garrick Gibson as they speak to these upcoming rent collections, as well as how to make your deal more attractive for a tax credit investor, and what developers can do to help mitigate the current drop in investor pricing.

As the multifamily housing ...

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With interest rates at an all-time low, many multifamily housing developers may be considering refinancing properties. Hosts Don Bernards and Garrick Gibson outline the main considerations when looking at a refinance opportunity and how you should approach an investor. In addition, Garrick details examples of how refinancing can be used to pay off deferred fees or sponsored loans that would be considered eligible debt and Don discu...

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Building Resilience’s first episode kicks off with Baker Tilly senior manager Laura Cataldo and Courtney Davison. They detail the common questions and considerations you should have within your strategic relationships throughout the coronavirus pandemic and road to recovery. From relationships with employees, banks, financial lenders and project owners, to leadership and professional services providers, they have prepared a checkli...

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On this week’s episode of BuzzHouse, Don Bernards and Garrick Gibson dissect the provisions on new legislation and regulations recently passed, including the differences between Notice 2020-23 and Revenue Procedure 2014-49. Providing a quick summary of the fourth relief package released at the end of April – roughly $484 billion – Gibson and Bernards detail where that money is being focused. And as new legislation is released, wha...

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In this episode, Heather Acker, leader of Baker Tilly’s firmwide risk advisory practice, and Blaine Jasper, a senior manager in our risk advisory practice, discuss the top challenges organizations currently face related to relief funding, how organizations can start prioritizing funding opportunities and provide a few real-world examples.

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On BuzzHouse’s first episode, Baker Tilly partners Don Bernards and Garrick Gibson outline a checklist of key considerations a developer should use when focusing on operating results during a time of uncertainty. Analyzing asset management at a property level is key, with over 22 million people without jobs and an increase in those unable to pay rent, as well as delays in construction and a slowdown in leasing. The hosts share how ...

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In this episode, Chris Anderson, Baker Tilly Managing Partner, sits down with Jonathan Marks, a partner in Baker Tilly's global forensics group, to discuss increased exposure and opportunity for fraud during rapid changes in business, increased cyber and internal controls risks as organizations shift to work from home environments, and other emerging risks during the COVID-19 pandemic.


To learn more about mitigating risks durin...

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In this episode, Derek Royster discusses the losses we are seeing from the COVID-19 pandemic, the volume of claims insurers are seeing now, the uncertainties around coverage and how businesses can mitigate impacts.

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In this episode, Simon Oddy discusses how current supply chain and cybersecurity risks may present other, downstream risk areas insurers and policyholders need to prepare for.

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