NAHMA names Mercy Services Corporation one of the largest affordable housing management companies

Jose Vega, right, property manager at Mission Creek Senior Apartments in San Francisco, helps a resident at the property's food bank.

Jose Vega, right, property manager at Mission Creek Senior Apartments in San Francisco, helps a resident at the property's food bank.

Mercy Services Corporation, Mercy Housing’s property management subsidiary, is among the National Affordable Housing Management Association’s 2009 Affordable 100 — a list of the 100 largest affordable multifamily property management companies.

NAHMA compiles the list based on affordable unit counts. The company must receive one of five federal subsidies to be included.

Mercy Services Corporation was ranked No. 18, and was one of three nonprofit organizations within the top 20. The other two nonprofits are National Church Residences and Volunteers of America.

Mercy Services Corporation manages 15,041 units, of which 14,237 are subsidized, in Arizona, California, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Utah and Washington. Of the 223 properties that Mercy Services Corporation manages, 36 are managed for third-party organizations.

To see a complete list of NAHMA’s 2009 Affordable 100, go to http://www.nahma.org/content/latestnews.html.

2 thoughts on “NAHMA names Mercy Services Corporation one of the largest affordable housing management companies

  1. I am a women who have been waiting on low income housing for 22 years now I am one step from being homeless and I am asking for help please hell me my name is Brenda day and no am looking for a two bedroom apartment

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