Investment opportunities

NTCIC provides capital for tax credit projects nationwide.

Since its inception in 2000, NTCIC has provided tax credit financing of over $2 billion in capital for historic, new markets, solar, and low-income housing tax credit investments for over 200 transactions with over $9 billion in total development costs. NTCIC is the historic tax credit industry’s leading advocate for improving and expanding the use of federal and state HTCs, having organized and chaired the Historic Tax Credit Coalition since 2009. NTCIC also pioneered the “twinning” of HTCs and NMTCs in 2003 and has now invested more than $700 million into 100+ NMTC transactions.

Historic tax credits
  • Over $1.3 billion in HTC equity raised
  • 155 historic developments supported
  • Leader in HTC public policy
  • National Footprint

As an affiliate of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, NTCIC is among the largest tax credit syndicators in America specializing in the Historic Tax Credit.

Learn More
New Markets tax credits
  • $733MM in NMTC Allocation
  • Investments in over 100 historic properties
  • Over 75,000 jobs created

This federal credit stimulates private investment in economically distressed communities that traditionally have poor access to debt and equity capital.

NTCIC utilizes a preservation-based community investment strategy of saving and repurposing old, blighted buildings across the country to spur economic growth and support vibrant communities.

Learn More
Solar tax credits
  • Over $500 MM+ in equity raised
  • Investments in 100 projects/portfolios
  • Over 550 MW of solar energy produced

The Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC) federal credit encourages the installation of solar systems on residential and commercial properties. Since 2012, NT Solar, a division within NTCIC, has supported nearly 100 solar investment portfolios that generate more than 500 MW of energy production.

We focus on solar investments that generate meaningful community impact by providing cost-effective energy options to low-income communities.

Learn More

Ready to discuss your need for capital?