Habitat Affordable Management
In an effort to help expand and revitalize the affordable housing available in the regions we operate, Habitat established our Habitat Affordable Group, a multidisciplinary team that coordinates all of our affordable housing services. Because so many lives depend on us, we hold ourselves to the highest standard of accountability and quality control, making sure we put or residents first in everything we do.
Housing For All
It takes more than food, clothing and shelter for affordable housing residents to feel at home – education, healthcare and a sense of community are all integral, too. We do more than simply help residents get by; we help them thrive.
Today, we manage over 13,000 affordable units, providing a safe and stable living environment for seniors and low-income families. Because so many lives depend on us, we hold ourselves to a high standard of accountability and quality control.
Through our decades of experience, we’ve forged partnerships with government agencies and neighborhood stakeholders alike. They understand our commitment to the residents we serve, our desire to build stronger communities and the sincerity of our mission: housing for all.
Subsidized Housing & Waitlist Management
Providing subsidized housing is all about fostering community to create healthy homes that support economic security and access to safe and healthy housing.
We have extensive experience with affordable housing finance options and partner with agencies that can provide financial support to ensure housing for all.
For more information on subsidized housing and waitlist management, please click here.
To join the Habitat Affordable Waitlist Interest List, please submit your name & email here and we will contact you when new waitlist opportunities & openings occur.
Affordable housing residents deserve more than a roof over their heads. By investing in resident and community services, we’re able to provide residents with a stronger sense of community and better overall quality of life. That’s why we created Generations Housing Initiatives (GHI), a nonprofit dedicated to supporting affordable housing communities with first-rate social services.
Having worked closely with government partners, we understand the importance of following federal procurement guidelines. To that end, we've developed internal procedures based on regulations like Part 85 of CRF24 and agency guidelines like HUD Handbook 7460.8. These procedures ensure we use goods and services from responsible, qualified vendors.