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Syracuse, NY, United States, 2012/03/05 - Housing Visions is proud to announce and welcome Heather Schroeder to its team of Development Project Managers. She will be responsible for oversight of real estate development including preparing financing applications, acquiring properties.
Housing Visions is proud to announce and welcome Heather Schroeder to its team of Development Project Managers. She will be responsible for oversight of real estate development including preparing financing applications, acquiring properties, coordinating design and construction documents, and ensuring project compliance. Ms. Schroeder’s expertise will focus on expanding Housing Visions’ model of real estate development outside of New York State.
Heather joins the team from Affirmative Investments, Inc. of Boston, Massachusetts where she was Project Manager. During her successful tenure at Affirmative Investments, Inc. she helped to secure $7 million in funding for non-profit real estate projects and was responsible for coordinating real estate due diligence for financial closings and providing tax credit consultation services to non-profit developers of housing, health care, and educational facilities.
Heather comes to Housing Visions with 3+ years of experience and holds a Bachelor of Science in Policy Analysis and Management from Cornell University and a Masters of City and Regional Planning from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
“After witnessing the positive change Housing Visions has made in my hometown of Syracuse, I am excited to be a part of the Company’s expansion into underserved neighborhoods in other states.”
About Housing Visions:
Founded in 1990, Housing Visions is a Community-based 501©(3), not-for-profit organization revitalizing and sustaining neighborhoods through a comprehensive approach that improves quality of life. They offer managed affordable housing in 6 cities in NYS, with a new project currently under construction in a 7th city, Lockport, NY. Additional information may be found at housingvisions.org.