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Lisa J. Petrosky-Muckle, Managing Director joined NW Financial Group in April 2000, bringing her expertise in analyzing and acquiring affordable multi-family housing projects. Working with both private ownership and Housing Authorities Ms. Petrosky-Muckle has worked on various affordable housing projects through the years to ensure that the projects remain both financially and physically viable going forward. Working closely with engineers she has gain an understanding of the Physical Needs Assessments (PNA), including Green components and the importance of this report to the future sustainability of the project.
Most recently Ms. Petrosky-Muckle has been working with Public Housing Agencies in New Jersey assisting them with HUD’s new initiative RAD (Rental Assistance Demonstration). Through this program Public Housing Authorities’ funding is changing from Section 9 to Section 8 whereby permiting the Authorities to securitize debt. Ms. Petrosky-Muckle worked closing with the Madison Housing Authority which was the first Public Housing Authority RAD transaction completed in NJ followed closing by Passaic Housing Authority which completed its transaction through the use of Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) through NJHMFA.
Since 2005, Ms. Petrosky-Muckle has served as the Managing Director for the firm’s federal contract with the United States Department of Housing and Urban Renewal’s (HUD) Mark-to-Market program. This program is administered by HUD’s Office of Affordable Housing Preservation (“OAHP”). Prior to this assignment, Ms. Petrosky-Muckle was the senior underwriter in the firm’s Affordable Housing department where she completed underwritings on numerous affordable housing properties located throughout the country, with a particular concentration of work in Oklahoma, Mississippi, West Virginia and New York State. Ms. Petrosky-Muckle’s work entails intensive due diligence, market, and financial analysis of affordable housing properties petitioning for the renewal of Section 8 contracts. This includes developing detailed budgets and pro forma operating statements, evaluating engineer’s reports and appraisals, and structuring a financing plan for HUD review and approval. In this capacity, Ms. Petrosky-Muckle also coordinates interaction between local HUD offices, third-party professionals, and property ownership, management, and residents. This coordination requires frequent site visits, meetings with residents and reconciling both engineering and appraisal information based on site reviews
Prior to joining NW Financial, Ms. Petrosky-Muckle spent four years at Windsor Financial Group, an investment banking firm located in El Segundo, California and affiliated with NW Financial. Among many notable achievements during her time with Windsor, Ms. Petrosky-Muckle played a pivotal role in acquiring eleven multi-family properties in Arizona and Texas for a New York based not-for profit organization, with a total financing value of over $100 million.
Ms. Petrosky-Muckle has been active in the both the NY and NJ Chapters of Women in Housing and Finance and is a past board member of they NY Chapter. Ms. Petrosky continues to serve as Financial and Operations principal of the firm’s registered broker-dealer, NW Capital Markets, Inc.
Bachelor of Science
27 (Financial and Operations Principal)
63 (Uniform Securities Agent)
Contact Lisa at firstname.lastname@example.org