Hoboken Office | 201-656-0115
Medford Office | 609-953-7555
Pennsylvania Office | 610-326-4900
With transactional experience in excess of $50 billion of securities issuance, we have a long-standing, recognized investment banking track record. Included among the diverse types of transactions in which the firm participates are: housing (including affordable and subsidized housing financings); workouts; TIFs (Tax Increment Financings); RABs (Redevelopment Area Bonds); privatizations and regionalizations; pooled loans; refundings (forward, advance, current); lease revenue financings; lease purchase financings; and public debt restructurings.
In addition, the firm provides a wide range of non-transactional consulting and advisory services, including: housing preservation; asset disposition analysis; management consulting; public/private partnerships; strategic advice on negotiations and settlements; litigation support; procurement advice; and a wide variety of other financings that are always customized to meet client needs.
Some clients have used the services of our professionals for over 15 years; while others have engaged us to undertake specific analyses of discrete projects.
With a wealth of experience in various financial aspects of the private and public housing industries, including experience as a Participating Administrative Entity for the United State’s Office of Housing, the Urban Development’s Mark-to-Market and Capital Fund Financing Programs, NW Financial professionals have an unrivaled knowledge of:
The following “firsts” by our professionals relating to affordable housing attest to NW Financial’s depth of experience and record of innovation in the housing field:
Individually and collectively, NW Financial professionals have worked with federal and state rental subsidy programs, have structured and financed innovative multifamily financing and refunding strategies, and have restructured and/or refinanced distressed multifamily properties. Dennis J. Enright, the principal founder of NW Financial, was among the first bankers on Wall Street to structure tax exempt bond financings in support of affordable housing and, by the late 1980’s, became a leading consultant for real estate workout transactions, particularly those financed by tax exempt bonds. He also established the Low Income Housing Tax Credit program for NatWest Bank in the early 1990’s, making it one of the leading investors during those formative years, and continues to provide innovative solutions for NW’s public sector clients seeking to strengthen and streamline their public purpose programs.