Mesa Realty Advisors is an Affordable Housing Developer Involved in the Acquisition, Development & Asset Management of Affordable Properties. Our Services Include Underwriting, Product Repositioning, Construction Management, Compliance Review and All Issues Relating To Accounting/Taxation. Affordable Housing Developer. LIHTC. Real Estate Asset Management. Affordable Housing. Affordable Housing Developers. Work Force Housing
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Mesa Realty Advisors, Inc. is a Massachusetts-based affordable housing developer involved in the acquisition and development of multi-family rental communities in both urban and suburban areas. With a unique expertise in delivering high-quality workforce and affordable housing, we develop projects from the ground up as well as acquire and reposition existing real estate. Our substantial experience with federal and state programs enables us to undertake complex real estate transactions that utilize low income housing tax credits (LIHTC), historic tax credits, community development block grants and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) programs.
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