U.S. Residential Group LLC - a national full-service, fee-based multifamily management company for conventional and affordable apartments - has been selected by six ownership groups to manage their respective market-rate and affordable communities totaling over 1,900 units in California, Illinois, Nevada, Ohio, Virginia and Washington.
One of the largest alternative asset managers in the world with over $41 billion in assets under management engaged U.S. Residential to manage two of its conventional communities in the Dayton and Cincinnati areas of Ohio.
Two investment groups specializing in affordable housing communities through project-based section 8 and LIHTC programs chose U.S. Residential for their properties in the Seattle area of Washington, in Sacramento and San Luis Obispo, California, and in Carson City and Reno, Nevada.
Two other real estate groups tapped USRG to manage their market-rate communities in the Inland Empire area of California, and in Chicago, Illinois.
Lastly, an institutional real estate investment management group selected USRG to manage its recent student-oriented apartment community in Richmond, Virginia.
U.S. Residential Group LLC is a national full-service, fee-based management company for conventional and affordable multi-housing communities. By combining the talents and expertise of seasoned apartment professionals from each region of the country, U.S. Residential Group LLC and its key employees have experience managing apartments nationwide.
One of the country's top apartment management companies, USRG has an extensive background in all multifamily classes from new property lease-ups to REO's. While our typical assignments are one to three-story garden-style communities, we have experience managing 75-year-old properties, lofts and high-rises.
For over 20 years, U.S. Residential Group LLC has been dedicated to achieving the goals and objectives of our multifamily clientele of institutional investment advisers, pension funds, public companies, non-profits, public agencies and private real estate investors.