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Jeffrey J. Koerselman

Shareholder
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Education
University of Florida Levin College of Law, LL.M, Taxation, 2001
University of South Dakota School of Law, J.D., 2000
University of South Dakota, B.S., 1996
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Experience
Jeffrey J. Koerselman is a shareholder who focuses his practice in the areas of real estate development and finance and transactions involving state and federal tax credits, including Low-Income Housing Tax Credits, Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits, and New Markets Tax Credits. Jeff represents his clients, who include for-profit and nonprofit real estate developers and investors, in real estate financing related issues involving conventional debt, tax credit syndication, tax-exempt bonds, tax increment financing, and a variety of affordable housing loan and grant programs administered by federal and state governments. Jeff also has significant experience in the areas of partnership taxation, state and local taxation, the formation and structuring of different entities, environmental matters, and other general corporate and real estate matters.

Bar Admissions
South Dakota, 2001
U.S. Tax Court, 2002
Minnesota, 2004

Articles & Presentations
Qtd. Long, Hank. "City Center challenges Macy’s over lost deal." Finance & Commerce. 1 February 2017.

Panelist. "Many Happy (Tax) Returns: A Behind the Scenes Look at Tax Credit Financing." 2017 Commercial Real Estate Update, First American Title. 2 February 2017.

Panelist. "Beacon Hill - A Case Study in HRA Development of a Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Project." 2016 NAHRO Spring Conference, 26 May 2016.
 
Speaker. "Piccadilly Redevelopment: Senior Housing in Mahtomedi." 2016 NAHRO Spring Conference, 26 May 2016.

Moderator. "Development Across State Lines." 2016 Affordable Housing Summit. 19 May 2016

Guest lecturer. “Historic Preservation Economics” class offered by the University of Minnesota, School of Architecture, Heritage Conservation & Preservation Program.  March 2016.

Panelist. "Historic Tax Credits Seminar." Preservation Alliance of Minnesota & Winona Main Street Program. Winona, MN. 23 October 2015.

Evaluation Panelist. "Minnesota Challenge to Lower the Cost of Affordable Housing."  Hopkins, MN.  5 June 2014.

Moderator. "Case Study on Housing for Homeless Veterans at Fort Snelling."  2014 Minnesota Affordable Housing Conference.  Minneapolis, MN.  8 May 2014. 

Panelist. "The Power of Tax Credits 101 and Grants 101: Overview & History." Utilizing Tax Credits & Grants for Real Estate Development Conference. Golden Valley, MN. 13 Dec. 2013.

Panelist. "The New Frontier of Exit Strategies." Novogradac Historic Tax Credit Conference. Detroit, MI. 19 Sep. 2013.

Moderator. "Challenges and Best Practices in Preservation of Affordable Housing." University of St. Thomas Shenehon Center for Real Estate 2013 Minnesota Affordable Housing Conference. Minneapolis, MN. 22 May 2013.

Qtd. Newmarker, Chris and Mark Anderson. "Fiscal cliff deal includes extra deduction for equipment purchases." Finance and Commerce. 2 Jan. 2013.

Qtd. Anderson, Mark. “State housing tax credit could deliver low-cost housing.” Finance and Commerce. 4 Feb. 2010.

Presenter. “Developer’s Seminar.” North Dakota and South Dakota National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials Conference. Fargo, ND. 15 Apr. 2009.

Panelist. “Redevelopment - A Community Tool.” National Association of Local Housing Finance Agencies Fall Conference. Minneapolis, MN. 17 Oct. 2008.
 
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Events

Everything Old is New Again... new purpose to a historic hotel in mid-America
After originally opening in 1928, the former Tallcorn Hotel had become a deteriorated historic hotel in Marshalltown, Iowa, that needed extensive renovation to transform it into the local community’s vision of low-income apartments and commercial and community spaces.... read more

Ending Veteran Homelessness - Historic Fort Snelling to Become Permanent Veteran Housing
Originally built in the 1820s, Fort Snelling was an important military outpost, but was decommissioned in 1946. After being declared Minnesota’s first National Historic Landmark in 1960, a large section of the fort deteriorated to the point of being listed as one of the nation’s Most Endangered Historic Places... read more
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Professional Associations & Memberships
  • Board of Directors, Minnesota Housing Partnership
  • American Bar Association
    • Taxation Section
    • Affordable Housing & Community Development Law Forum
      • Member of the Tax Credits & Equity Financing Committee
  • Minnesota State Bar Association
    • Tax Section
    • Real Property Section
  • South Dakota State Bar Association
 
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