Negotiates complex financing transactions involving low-income housing tax credits, HUD and FHA-insured loans and programs
Represents developers in acquiring, financing, developing, constructing, managing and disposing of affordable housing
Richard Morrow is co-chair of Locke Lord’s Real Estate and Real Estate Finance Practice Group. He represents for-profit and nonprofit developers in acquiring, financing, developing, constructing, managing and disposing of affordable housing. Morrow has extensive experience negotiating complex financing transactions implementing low-income housing tax credits, HUD and FHA-insured loans and programs, including the 223(f) and 221(d)(4) programs, Section 8 rental assistance, and RAD, USDA RD financing, CDBG funds, Federal Home Loan Bank AHP loans and others.
Morrow also represents real estate investors and developers in acquiring, developing, and disposing of commercial real estate, including raw land, retail shopping centers, office buildings, and multifamily and mixed-use developments.
He is a member of the American Bar Association (and its Forum on Affordable Housing & Community Development Panel) and the Texas Bar Association’s Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Section. Morrow participates in the Austin Bar Association’s Real Estate Section and is a member of the Real Estate Counsel of Austin’s Affordable Housing Committee, Gardner Betts Auction Committee, and the Texas Association of Community Development Corporations.
Morrow is a member of the Austin Chamber of Commerce, serving on its Committee on Affordable Housing.
These are some of the reasons why we are honoring Richard Morrow with Connect CRE’s 2023 Texas Lawyers in Real Estate Award. The award celebrates real estate attorneys who have distinguished themselves in their practice and the larger community.
I love content. I love writing it, visualizing it, and manipulating it to fit into different formats. I have years of experience in working with content, both as creator and editor. The content I create and edit provides assistance with many goals, ranging from lead generation, to developing street cred through well-timed thought-leadership pieces. Content skills include, but aren't limited to, articles and blogs, e-mails, promotional collateral, infographics, e-books and white papers, website copy and more.