Amy is a member at Dauby O’Connor & Zaleski, LLC and has been specializing in the real estate industry since 2005. She has relative experience in the affordable housing arena with focuses on properties that utilize LIHTC pursuant to Section 42 of the Internal Revenue Code, HUD financing and/or rental assistance, and RD programs. Amy’s clients include not-for-profit corporations, real estate developers, real estate limited partnerships, tax credit syndicators, and property management organizations, among others.
Amy has prepared and reviewed 10% and final cost certifications required by various state housing finance agencies in connection with LIHTC, and has led training on development issues and updates. She also plays a pivotal role in the audits of over 60 equity funds invested in over 450 LIHTC deals, organizing deadlines with multiple audit firms auditing the lower tiers, training staff in the preparation of the fund audit, and reviewing the fund reports.
Amy stays current with the real estate industry and the continually changing regulatory environment by attending continuing education classes on an ongoing basis. These classes address the most current issues, including HUD audit guidelines, Government Auditing Standards, Uniform Guidance, and Low Income Housing Tax Credits. Amy also annually attends conferences with classes and content focused on the real estate industry, including those hosted by NASLEF, NAHMA, NCSHA, various state housing finance agencies, and other industry organizations to stay current to relevant changes and concerns of DOZ’s clients and audit engagements.
Amy serves on DOZ’s development committee, responsible for developing the pipeline of talent within DOZ, maintaining a continual supply of talented, highly trained individuals to staff client engagements.