Jeremy is an audit principal of Dauby O’Connor & Zaleski, LLC, and has been specializing in the real estate industry since 2009. He has experience in the affordable housing arena, with focuses on properties that utilize Low Income Housing Tax Credits pursuant to IRC Section 42 of the Internal Revenue Code, HUD for financing and/or rental assistance, and Rural Economic and Community Development programs. Jeremy’s portfolio of clients includes multifamily housing developers, real estate limited partnerships, tax credit syndicators, and property management organizations, among others.
Since joining this firm, Jeremy has prepared and reviewed numerous audits of limited liability companies, corporations, and partnership entities owning various real estate developments. These audits have been prepared for HUD and various debt and equity providers. He has also prepared numerous cost certifications required by various state housing finance agencies for utilization of the LIHTC.
Jeremy stays current with the real estate industry and the continually changing regulatory environment by attending continuing education classes and conferences on an ongoing basis. These classes and conferences address the most current issues, including Low Income Housing Tax Credits, HUD audit guidelines, Government Auditing Standards, and OMB Circular A-133. This education is sponsored by various organizations, including the Indiana CPA Society, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Affordable Housing Association of Certified Public Accountants, and the Institute for Professional and Executive Development, Inc.
Jeremy is the DOZ lead for Smartsheet and previously served as the President of the DOZ Charitable Foundation from 2016-2020. Smartsheet is a cloud based program that allows streamlined communication of requested audit items, status, and schedules, allowing for several collaborators to use the program at once. The DOZ Charitable Foundation raises over $100,000 annually from employees and members to be donated to over 40 nonprofit organizations, in addition to nearly 2,000 hours of community service provided by DOZ employees.