Hunt Elderly Housing is a member of the fine organizations listed below. We are all concerned with providing reasonably priced housing to the segments of our communities most in need. We are gratified that our company plays an important role in this mission across the Southeastern United States. At Hunt, we are committed to affordable housing.
Founded in 1990, Argentum is the leading national trade association serving companies that own, operate, and support professionally managed senior living communities in the United States. Through a network of state partners, Argentum represents over 7,000 communities that provide independent living, assisted living, and memory care services for seniors.
The primary focus of the Carolinas Council for Affordable Housing is the promotion of affordable rental housing in the states of North and South Carolina.This effort involves both the development, construction, and management of affordable rental housing in both states.
The Council's diverse membership is composed of individuals and firms involved in the development, construction, financing, and management of affordable rental housing units throughout both states.
The Council for Affordable and Rural Housing (CARH) is a national non-profit trade organization. For over 35 years, CARH has served as the nation’s premier association for participants in the affordable rural housing profession, including: Builders, Owners, Developers, Managers, Non-profits, Housing Authorities, Syndicators, Accountants, Architects, Attorneys, Bankers, and companies that supply goods and services to the industry.
At Mid-Atlantic AHMA we meet the training, advocacy and information needs of owners and managers of affordable multifamily housing communities, as well as the vendors and service professionals who serve and support them. Whether you are an affordable housing developer or property manager… developed with Section 8, 202 or with tax credits… in a city, town, suburb or rural community, Mid-Atlantic AHMA has much to offer to you and your residents.