For 15 years, The United Veterans Partnership has been committed to developing affordable, program-enriched housing for low-income families, seniors and people with special needs who lack the economic resources to access quality, safe housing opportunities. Regardless of the scale and population served, each United Veterans Partnership development is built with an unwavering commitment to dynamic partnerships, creative vision and extensive community planning.

As one of the most dynamic and experienced nonprofit affordable housing developers in the country, the United Veterans Partnership has the ability to handle every aspect of affordable real estate development including project financing, community outreach and planning, construction management, property management and asset management.  Also important is that we provide affordable housing for all low- and moderate-income populations. We serve families, seniors, and people with special needs with the full spectrum of affordable housing, including supportive housing for the formerly homeless, transitional housing, permanent rental, and affordable homeownership opportunities.

The United Veterans Partnership partners with public, private and government partners to combine the best affordable housing development practices to build our communities. To learn more, click here.


Since the foreclosure crisis began in 2007, the United Veterans Partnership has worked with cities to implement Neighborhood Stabilization Programs.   Our role is to acquire and redevelop foreclosed properties that might otherwise become sources of abandonment and blight within their communities.  The United Veterans Partnership neighborhood stabilization efforts focuses purchasing and rehabilitating city-owned foreclosed, abandoned or blighted properties in order to redevelop them for home-ownership.   The United Veterans Partnership finances the rehab of properties from various sources, including affordable housing financing, debt and private equity.   Currently, the UVP and its partners have purchased and rehabbed more than 450 homes for homeownership.   To learn more, click here.


The United Veterans Partnership is also addressing the critical gap in the supply of affordable housing through affordable housing preservation. Thousands of multifamily rental properties are at risk of being lost from the pool of available affordable housing because of expiring public funding. By buying, refinancing and upgrading those facilities, The United Veterans Partnership can supply more affordable housing opportunities for the long term without engaging in a great deal of new construction.To learn more, click here.