Rob Liscord focuses his practice on a wide array of real estate, affordable housing, and community development finance transactions. He specializes in helping clients navigate the complex world of state and federal housing finance programs, including the Federal Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC), the Section 8 program, the Rural Development program, and other programs administered by HUD, USDA, and Maine State Housing Authority.
Rob represents developers, lenders, non-profits, and public housing authorities on all matters impacting commercial and residential real estate projects, including negotiating acquisition and sale, structuring financing, and advising on program compliance, leasing, and occupancy. His work with public housing authorities includes the revitalization of outdated public housing communities to keep them safe and affordable for their low-income residents. As a collaborative, results-oriented problem solver, Rob enjoys working with clients from a project’s earliest stages through construction completion and occupancy.
In his free time, Rob enjoys spending time outdoors hiking, running or biking, or in the kitchen, cooking up delicious meals for family and friends.
Rob is a member of Drummond Woodsum’s pro bono committee; and serves on the City of South Portland Comprehensive Plan Committee and the board of CASA, Inc, a Southern Maine nonprofit focused on serving people with disabilities.
Northeastern University School of Law, J.D. 2021
Bates College, B.A., History, 2007