Who We Are

The Housing Partnership is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with over 35 years of experience serving as an intermediary among public agencies, developers, financial institutions, and residents. We are trusted and regarded as industry leaders, thanks to our qualified staff who strive to make the affordable housing process more efficient and pleasant for all clients and partners.

Our Mission

The Housing Partnership’s mission is to partner with city and state housing agencies and developers to create, develop, preserve, and promote quality affordable housing to low- and moderate-income households.

Our Impact

More than 70,000 low and moderate-income families housed.
More than $500,000,000 in affordable housing subsidies awarded.
More than $7,000,000,000 in private financing leveraged.
Our impact has resulted in revitalized neighborhoods, where people live in safer, decent, affordable homes.

Our work with developers, housing agencies and financial institutions focuses substantial private investment, housing programs, and economic development into neighborhoods where the need for affordable housing is great. In these neighborhoods, residents are often subjected to rising housing costs, while incomes in the community remain stagnant. Our impact has resulted in stability for families who may not have otherwise been able to afford a home, which ultimately strengthens the community. These are the things we think are important. Families. Communities. People.

Our People

Smart. Professional. Reliable. These are just some of the characteristics that describe the people you’ll be working with when you decide to engage the Housing Partnership. Our reputation and record of accomplishment in the affordable housing space has withstood the test of time and could only have been achieved with motivated, dedicated staff, and strong, pragmatic leadership.

Board of Directors

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Executive Leadership

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Our Partners

We work closely with city, state, and federal agencies, lending institutions, community organizations, and private developers to make affordable housing happen.

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Our History

Scroll through our timeline below to follow the Housing Partnership’s progress from 1982 to 70,000+ housing units.