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1805 Lakehurst Road
Spicewood, TX 78669
phone: 512 264 1020

Owners and Operators of Section 8 and LIHTC Affordable Housing

Edgewater was formed in 1999 for the sole purpose of acquiring and rehabilitating multifamily properties. From the start, Edgewater’s objective has been to operate and manage affordable housing developments with an emphasis on tenant services. We have completed over twenty (20) transactions involving conventional financing, Bonds, Project Based Section 8, Low Income Housing Tax Credits, Section 236, Section 221(d)(4) and USDA Rural Development.

Purchasers of Project Based Section 8 Affordable Housing

The Edgewater Group is a national long-term owner and purchaser of Project Based Section 8 properties. Our team is comprised of housing professionals that are experienced, well-trained individuals who understand the unique needs of affordable housing. We seek to acquire and preserve Section 8 properties through a “hands on” approach to operations and management. We offer a quick response, short due diligence period, followed by non-refundable earnest money, and closing.

Public Housing Authority Consultants for the RAD Program

The Edgewater Group wants to work with your organization to assist in accessing the RAD Program. For many Public Housing Authorities, it is common to operate and maintain properties that are at an age that requires modernization, energy efficiency upgrades and updating to local codes. All of the properties in our current portfolio are financed and/or regulated by federal and state housing finance agencies for the express purpose of handling these challenges. We want to help you access the RAD program to preserve your properties as affordable housing, address modernization needs, and correct health and safety issues.

Energy Efficiency and Weatherization Consultants

The Edgewater Group understands the challenges faced by operators of affordable housing. Using Weatherization and other financing tools designed to increase energy efficiency, we have been successful in turning around properties that were once struggling to maintain a positive cash flow. Under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), we were able to guide over 11,000 units in 17 states through the Weatherization Program with an average of $5,900/unit in funding designed to increase energy efficiency.