There are two levels of membership in the NASLEF association: Active Member and Corporate Member. If you are interested in becoming an Active or Corporate member, please review the eligibility information below to ensure your organization qualifies. Membership in NASLEF must be approved by the NASLEF Board of Directors. We thank you for your interest in NASLEF and encourage you to submit an application. If you have any questions, please contact Mary Kay Meagher, NASLEF Executive Director.
Any organization whose principal employment is that of a regional, state or local equity fund not solely controlled by or managed by a national fund, consultant or third party.
NASLEF Active Members pay a base fee of $2,600 yearly and an additional yearly amount based on the number of Full-time employees (FTE) within the organization.
1-10 FTE’s $2,600
10-24 FTE’s $6,500
24 + FTE’s $13,000
Association voting privileges.
Listing of company information in NASLEF’s Membership Directory, website, and other NASLEF publications.
Participation in networking opportunities, IRR-seminars, special asset management sessions, annual conference, and Executive Director’s meeting.
Eligibility for service as a Director or Officer on the NASLEF Board.
Any government agency, corporation, syndicator, professional association, broker, consultant, attorney, accountant, or other individual having a professional interest and involvement in the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program.
A national equity fund or consultant actively engaged in the management or co-management of a state or local equity fund.
Any investors in Active Member funds and state housing finance agencies.
Advantageous networking/business opportunities via access to 12 Equity Fund Members in 42 states.
Listing of company information in NASLEF’s Membership Directory and website.
Networking/training opportunities in LIHTC at the NASLEF Annual Conference.
Opportunities to promote your business to the industry.
Contact with peers who network with specific state industries.