When is it Safe to Shred My Property’s Financial Documents?

If you’re like many affordable housing property owners or managers, you’re likely swimming in paperwork and files, desperate for decluttering. While there are many documents you can dispose of, there are many that are critical to your property’s compliance and legal obligations.

4 Tips to Refinancing Multi-Family Properties

When you begin the process of refinancing your property, many banks will clamor for your mortgage – and claim to give you the best deal. Keep in mind that there are many options out there, and each bank will meet your business’s needs differently.

How ASU 2016-18 Will Change Your Cash Flow Statement

A new accounting standards update (ASU) requires all entities that produce financial statements to make a few changes to their classification and disclosures of restricted cash. These changes have multiple effects on not-for-profits and affordable housing properties, including HUD projects.

Do I Need an Audit After Changing My Year End Date?

For affordable housing properties and not-for-profit organizations, changing the year end date can be part of a strategic plan to better serve those the organization supports. However, this transition can be confusing, and it helps to have the most up-to-date financial statements to help guide decisions.