We Don’t Build Houses.
Just Bridges to the Future.
Making a Difference One Project at a Time.
Not only do we understand building and development, we advise, influence, and are counted on to help ensure ongoing compliance. Our ties to regulatory bodies, management companies and developers mean we have deep insight and experience across the affordable housing finance industry.
Every single person I have dealt with at Maner is quick to respond, accurate, friendly and willing to spend the time required to fully answer my questions.
– James Hovey, Litchfield Apts. Co. LDHA LP
Whenever I contact someone at Maner Costerisan, I receive immediate attention to resolve the issue or answer any questions. They’re an excellent company to partner with.
– Linda Smith, Eastside Transition Center LDHA
Maner Costerisan has a long track record of good results and a very personable staff to interact with on a consistent basis.
– Phil Snodgrass, Grange Acres Nonprofit Housing Corp.
I have always found the Maner Costerisan staff to be professional, responsive, and knowledgeable. I am confident they have the necessary departments to stay up-to-date with any changes in audit practices and tax regulations.
– Linda Manning, Legacy LLC
Everywhere We Go.
In a highly-complex and constantly-evolving industry, we bring knowledge, technical expertise and years of experience. All across Michigan, we’ve proven ourselves as trusted partners. We’ll guide you through the red tape, while helping you staying compliant and in position to take advantage of every opportunity in front of you. Our strong network within the affordable housing community helps us unlock new deal-making opportunities for you.
Maner Team Expert
Keith Pfeifle, CPA, Principal, Director
Keith currently serves as an Audit principal and is the head of the firm’s Affordable Housing niche. Keith works with a wide array of clients, including nonprofit and governmental organizations and law firms, and maintains a particular specialization in the real estate industry. Additionally, he serves on the firm’s Education Services Group and works with several school districts throughout Michigan.
Over the course of his career, Keith has shown that he has the broad skillset and knowledge necessary to help his clients succeed. Whether it’s helping clients identify and obtain tax credits or assisting with the selection of accounting software solutions, clients are confident they can rely on him to meet their diverse and unique needs. Keith has also shared his knowledge and testified in front of the Michigan House and Senate Finance Committees regarding legislation impacting the Affordable Housing industry.
Keith decided to pursue an accounting career after recognizing his passion for becoming a trusted business advisor and partner. He takes pride in knowing that he plays an integral role in his client’s success. Today Keith attributes his own professional success to his hard work and diligence.
Keith grew up in Perry, Michigan, and currently resides in Williamston, Michigan. Outside the office, he enjoys playing basketball and golf, running, and spending time with his wife and two children.
As a professional services firm, our job is to provide our clients with the highest quality service. This is accomplished by providing accurate and timely service and always being attentive and responsive to their needs.
Years of Experience
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants (MICPA)
Affordable Housing Association of Certified Public Accountants (AHACPA)
Council for Affordable and Rural Housing (CARH)
Michigan State University Student Alumni Foundation
Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
Certified Management Accountant (CMA)
Certified Information Technology Professional (CITP)
Advanced Single Audit Certified
Blockchain Fundamentals for Accounting and Finance Professionals Certified
Years of Experience Serving the Affordable Housing Industry
Year Member of Michigan Housing Council
Net Promoter Score
More MSHDA Audits
Than Any Other Firm in the State
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