affordable housing


affordable housing The commonly accepted definition of affordable housing is decent, safe and sanitary shelter costing no more than 30 percent of one's income. Unfortunately, much of America's housing does not fall into this category. Millions of Americans live in and raise their children in unsafe environments. Millions more pay unreasonably large portions of their income for housing. The real unfortunate pay unreasonably large portions of their income for unsafe housing. There are dozens of Federal housing programs and hundreds of State programs. Billions are spent each year on affordable housing and yet the problem persists.

For the last 13 years, David Layfield has worked in the affordable housing industry to help solve these problems. David has worked in many facets of the bussiness including housing development, project construction, property management and government loan and grant underwriting. He has worked with both for profit and nonprofit organizations and administered a Federal housing program while at the U. S. Department of Agriculture's Rural Housing Service.
We are currently working on several affordable apartment deals in Maryland and Virginia as well working as a consultant in Washington, D.C. and Delaware. If you have a need for consulting services relating to affordable housing, please give us a call.
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