- The SEED Foundation, Director of Strategic Growth & Public Affairs
- Klein Hornig LLP, Associate
Washington, DC Office
Jasmine-Simone Morgan is a Member at R&C who practices in the areas of real estate and affordable housing development. Jasmine represents non-profit lenders, developers and public housing authorities in complex real estate development transactions involving a wide variety of financing including low-income housing tax credits, tax-exempt bonds, conventional debt, FHA financing and state and local funds. Additionally, Jasmine has represented public housing authorities in transactions involving the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program and the Choice Neighborhoods program and advises on a wide range of regulatory issues regarding affordable housing development.
Major Prior Work Experience
- Representation of a real estate investor in the purchase of the managing membership interest of the owner of a Section 8 property financed with low-income housing tax credits.
- Local counsel representation of a CDFI lender in acquisition loans to affordable housing developers for the purchase of multifamily apartment complexes.
- Representation of a public housing authority on RAD conversions involving the use of 4% low-income housing tax credits, tax-exempt bonds, FHA 221(d)(4) loan and financing from the housing authority.
- Representation of a public housing authority in the construction of affordable replacement housing financed in part with Community Development Block Grant – Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) Program funds and 9% low-income housing tax credits.
- Provided legal assistance to a public housing authority on the application of privacy laws to the release of tenant data.
Awards, Associations and Professional Activities
- Member, American Bar Association Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development
- Recipient, Richard C. Lewis, Jr. Memorial Award, The George Washington University Law School
The George Washington University Law School, J.D., Recipient, Richard C. Lewis, Jr. Memorial Award, 2009
Boston University, B.S. in Journalism, magna cum laude
District of Columbia Bar