Vice President, Tax, Student Housing
Low-Income Housing Tax Credit, Employment and Immigration, Compensation and Benefits, Labor Policy and Unionization, Energy Efficiency Tax Incentives, Tax and Accounting, Carried Interest, Estate Tax and Stepped-Up Basis, FIRPTA, Business Interest Deductibility, IRS Repair Regulations, Like-Kind Exchanges, Tax Depreciation Rules, Tax Extenders, Tax Reform, Student Housing, Capital Markets, Development Trends, Income Expense Survey, Market Conditions, Student Housing, Opportunity Zones, Depreciation of Existing Buildings
Matthew M. Berger is Vice President of Tax and Vice President of Student Housing. In his tax role, Matthew represents the interests of the multifamily industry before Congress and federal agencies on tax issues. Matthew also co-leads NMHC’s student housing efforts to ensure the industry’s information, networking and advocacy needs are represented. Prior to coming to NMHC, Matthew worked on the staff of the U.S. Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship under the leadership of former Senator Olympia J. Snowe (R-ME). Before his time on the Hill, Matthew was National Tax Manager for Deloitte Tax LLP in Washington, DC, where he covered the formulation of tax policy in Congress. Matthew graduated from Stanford University.