Lauren M. Lyon

Of Counsel

Lauren Lyon’s current practice focuses on complex housing development, representing bond underwriters, institutional lenders and developers participating in the development of affordable housing portfolios around the country utilizing various public and private financing sources, including taxable and tax-exempt financings with bonds that are credit-enhanced by debt provided by private lenders, FHA, Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae and USDA. Lauren advises her clients in aspects of applicable federal requirements, structuring transactions, and engaging with credit rating agencies.

Prior to joining Tiber Hudson, Lauren was a partner representing private developers, institutional lenders and public housing authorities in mixed finance real estate transactions. Lauren has advised clients in a wide range of financings that combined various sources of funds in affordable housing transactions, including bond proceeds, low-income housing tax credits, private financing of construction and permanent lending (including FHA-insured and FHLB financings), project-based section 8 subsidy, HUD capital funds and operating subsidies, HAP Contracts, and in conjunction with the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) Program.

Lauren earned her juris doctor from the University of Maryland School of Law, magna cum laude, inducted into the Order of the Coif, was awarded the Community Scholar Prize for her service to non-profit community development clients, and served as Articles Editor of the Maryland Law Review. In the year following graduation from law school, Lauren served as judicial clerk to the Honorable Glenn T. Harrell, Jr. on the Supreme Court of Maryland.

University of Maryland School of Law

Bar Admissions
District of Columbia

Maryland Bar Association
District of Columbia Bar Association

Speaking Engagements
March 7, 2024 | Georgia Affordable Housing Coalition Conference | “Lessons from the Pandemic: It Could have been Worse”

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