Timothy

D. Miller

Associate
303 Colorado Street, Suite 2600
Austin, TX 78701-3924

Overview

Tim's practice focuses primarily on real estate development and finance, with an emphasis on complex real estate and development transactions involving public-private partnerships, tax credit financing, state and local incentives and traditional debt and equity financing. Tim has represented private and non-profit developers, community development entities and financial institutions nationwide on real estate development and finance transactions. 

Prior to joining Munsch Hardt, Tim worked at a law firm in Austin, Texas where he maintained a broad business and corporate law practice extending to tax credit finance, commercial and real estate finance, venture capital, private securities offerings and M&A. Prior to that, Tim worked at a law firm in Leawood, Kansas, representing investors, lenders, community development entities and developers in New Markets Tax Credit and renewable energy tax credit transactions.

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Overview

Tim's practice focuses primarily on real estate development and finance, with an emphasis on complex real estate and development transactions involving public-private partnerships, tax credit financing, state and local incentives and traditional debt and equity financing. Tim has represented private and non-profit developers, community development entities and financial institutions nationwide on real estate development and finance transactions. 

Prior to joining Munsch Hardt, Tim worked at a law firm in Austin, Texas where he maintained a broad business and corporate law practice extending to tax credit finance, commercial and real estate finance, venture capital, private securities offerings and M&A. Prior to that, Tim worked at a law firm in Leawood, Kansas, representing investors, lenders, community development entities and developers in New Markets Tax Credit and renewable energy tax credit transactions.

Experience

  • New Markets Tax Credits

    Represented non-profit entities utilizing New Markets Tax Credits to build new facilities, including community facilities, charter schools and community redevelopment projects.

  • New Markets Tax Credits

    Represented for-profit developers utilizing New Markets Tax Credits to facilitate project development, including real estate development and operating business

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  • New Markets Tax Credits

    Represented leverage lenders in New Markets Tax Credit transactions, including community banks.

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