Mark Kantor is a founding shareholder of Kantor Taylor. Mark represents for-profit, nonprofit and public entities, as well as investors and syndicators, in all aspects of the financing, planning, and development of affordable housing and economic development projects. Mark has been a national leader in the Low Income Housing Tax Credit industry for two-decades and, in addition to facilitating hundreds of transactions, has led numerous policy advocacy efforts in support of affordable housing.
Mark’s expertise includes structuring transactions that combine federal Low Income Housing Tax Credits with various other federal, state and local housing assistance programs, including tax-exempt bonds and federal Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits. In addition, Mark has assisted a number of clients utilizing a variety of economic development tools, including Community Development Block Grant funds, Section 108 funds and CDFI funds.
- American Bar Association (Affordable Housing Forum)
- King County Bar Association (Real Property and Closing/Escrow Sections)
- Washington State Bar Association (Business and Real Property Sections)
- State of Oregon
- State of Washington
- U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Washington
- U.S. District Court, Western District of Washington
- University of Virginia School of Law, J.D.
- Brown University, B.A., magna cum laude
- 1997 Washington State Housing Finance Commission “Friend of Housing Award” for professional dedication to low income housing.