Kevin  Falvo

Kevin Falvo

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1200 Seventeenth Street
Suite 3000
Denver, CO 80202

Kevin Falvo is a real estate and business transactions attorney who assists clients with matters encompassing affordable housing, public finance, real estate, legislative, and general corporate law. Kevin has assisted Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) developers (for-profit and non-profit), syndicators, investors and housing authorities through developer and investor-centric transactions, credit and portfolio acquisitions, LIHTC application assistance and compliance-related matters. Kevin currently focuses on assisting commercial banks and financial institutions in real estate acquisition, construction loans, and asset-based and other collateralized financing.

In addition, Kevin advises clients through project development utilizing Section 8 financing, private activity tax-exempt bonds, term loan facilities, and mixed financing schemes involving public funds, private capital, and mezzanine lending. Kevin also has significant experience with corporate formation and governance, and the drafting of complex agreements, legislation and other related documents.

Before entering the legal field, Kevin spent several years as a Cavalry Officer in the United States Army.

Memberships & Affiliations

  • Colorado Bar Association, Member, 2017-Present
  • Texas Bar Association, Member, 2015-Present
  • American Bar Association, Member, 2015-Present
  • 3d Armored Cavalry Association, Lifetime Member
  • Order of St. George, Black Medallion, Recipient

Representative Matters

  • Assisted in drafting loan documents for several multi-million dollar commercial construction projects for a Colorado commercial bank client.
  • Assisted investor client with the acquisition of several low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) portfolios from large institutional lenders. This resulted in the successful transfer of over 30 existing LIHTC partnerships worth in excess of $100 million.
  • Assisted in closing a multi-million dollar tax-exempt bond for the acquisition and renovation of a large Missouri hospital.
  • Co-drafted proposed State legislation to be inserted into the Texas Government Code permitting the Texas Department of Housing and Community affairs to consider Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) Applications for inclusion in the State's 2015 Qualified Allocation Plat At Risk Set-Aside to assist a large State Housing Authority client with its Public Housing portfolio conversion.  
  • Drafted proposed national legislation directing the HUD Commissioner to grant a waiver to affordable housing projects extending bond maturity dates outside the safe-harbor period for tax-exempt bond-financed projects covered within a Louisiana Major Disaster Declaration.  
  • Assisted a client general partner in the successful resolution of compliance and subsequent eligible basis reduction stemming from a project's lease agreement with an adult day-care provider incorrectly designed to mirror a Community Service Facility. 

Other Info


J.D., University of Houston Law Center, 2015
B.A., Villanova University, 2004, English

Bar Admissions

Colorado, 2017
Texas, 2015