Midwest Housing Equity Group employs professionals who are passionate, skilled and knowledgeable about the affordable housing industry. A job at MHEG is more than just a job. It’s an opportunity to change lives for a better tomorrow. We value our employees and offer a comprehensive and competitive benefits packages to reflect that appreciation.

Affordable Housing Compliance Specialist - Omaha, NE


  • Field questions from property managers/owners regarding LIHTC compliance issues.
  • Provide technical support through research using various handbooks or a phone call to State Agencies.
  • Assist in keeping property managers apprised of new information, laws passed, forms, etc in regards to the Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program.
  • Monitor and assist with maintaining the most current compliance forms for each state.
  • Monitor and maintain working folders to include all current information.
  • Update individual property lease-up spreadsheets with current information and prepare Initial Tenant Status Report for new projects and then upload onto Integratec Database Website.
  • Monitor funding sources and track rent/income percentages are being maintained.
  • Monitor market-specific changes to rent and utility allowances.
  • Notify managers of any corrections/suggestions for files or reports.
  • Maintenance of all initial property files.
  • Initiate phone calls with property management/owners prior to lease up to review requirements.
  • Assist with new lease-up of properties. Review and retain all initial tenant files in hard copy and electronic formats.
  • Annual Audit Responsibilities include: audit of property management files for compliance, on-site inspection of properties for compliance, follow up with any outstanding issues with the audit and site inspection findings.
  • Attend State Monitoring Agency trainings and other compliance classes as necessary to maintain proficiency with LIHTC compliance rules.

The above job description can be changed at any time.

Affordable Housing Compliance Specialist - Omaha, NE

Asset Manager - Oklahoma City, OK


Job Purpose: The Asset Manager will oversee a portfolio of Low-Income Housing Tax Credit projects through financial review, site visits and problem resolution/workouts as needed. This position requires a working knowledge of real estate and accounting.

  • Manage and monitor real estate portfolio of approximately 35 - 45 projects from lease-up throughout the 15 year compliance period.
  • Conduct annual project site visits (internal and external inspection).
  • Identify and follow-up on problems with projects and work with general partners to help resolve issues.
  • Provide training in accounting, as needed, to partners and managers.
  • Track reserve levels and prepare and review requests for release of replacement and operating reserves.
  • Assist the CFO & DOAM with annual audit of lower/upper tier investments.
  • Assist with the preparation of quarterly investor reports.
  • Work with Asset Stabilization Manager on problem project resolution.
  • Obtain, review and input annual operating budgets of portfolio.
  • Input (Excel) and analyze (i.e.; budget comparison and watch list criteria) monthly financial reports of real estate portfolio. Assist property manager in developing ways to maximize income and control expenditures.
  • Assist partners/managers with rental analysis taking into account all sources of funding and their respective guidelines.
  • Track compliance with insurance and real estate taxes.
  • Monitor real estate taxes; direct appeals where warranted. If requested, assists with appeals process.
  • Provide assistance with data input on data base regarding relevant fund and property information on quarterly basis to expedite investor reporting.
  • Gather information as needed on investor requests.


  • One-three years prior experience in accounting, housing, real estate, finance and/or property management required
  • BS or BA in accounting, finance or related field required
  • Knowledge of real estate terminology and concepts required; basic knowledge of LIHTC and strong financial analysis skill is preferred
  • Strong computer skills, knowledge of MS Word, Excel and Outlook is required
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to coordinate complex activities, prioritize conflicting demands and meet deadlines
  • Must be highly motivated, be able to work independently, solve problems and possess strong written and oral communication skills
  • Incumbent is expected to demonstrate strong ethics in interpersonal relations and work as an effective, collaborative team member

The above job description can be changed at any time.

Asset Manager - Oklahoma City, OK

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