At Impact Seven, we believe every person deserves a safe, dignified and affordable home. We believe that affordable housing options should be found in every community, regardless of its size. We believe that a home is an integral part to a happy and healthy life. Persons with stable housing establish normalcy and routine, enabling them to better access medical services, education, child care and beyond.
Our approach is simple – create a home for our residents, a place they can be proud of. A place to create the memories that make up a lifetime of years well lived. Our goal is to support them by making it easier to afford rent, by being responsive to their needs, and by being a resource for them.
Our professional Property Management team works diligently to make sure each resident’s home is well-maintained and meets all of their needs. Caretakers respond promptly to service calls, maintain the grounds and ensure units are clean and ready for occupancy. Special-needs housing meets the unique demands of elderly or disabled residents, and our service coordinators connect these residents to the services and support that promote independence and quality of life.
Impact Seven provides a full range of property management services, both for its own projects and for other owners. Impact Seven’s operations, physical, financial, and administrative management systems are automated, with tasks such as rent collections, maintenance requests, and resident certifications completed utilizing the latest technology. This includes HUD’s TRACS program and WHEDA’s Quarterly Status Reports. Residents can apply for units, complete necessary forms, and make payments through online portals at www.impactseven.org.
Impact Seven’s Property Management Division currently manages over 1,200 units of housing. Nearly all of these units were developed using a combination of the same wide variety of funding sources listed above. Staff are highly experienced with the full array of income eligibility, accounting, reporting, and compliance requirements found in all major state and federal affordable housing programs.
While the bulk of units are owned by Impact Seven, we also have a growing portfolio of properties managed for outside agencies.