Affordable Housing Marketing Services
INFINITE HORIZONS has been approved as a Qualified Marketing Agent (“QMA”) by NYC HPD/HDC and is a Certified MBE by NYC and NYS.
HPD/HDC income-restricted Affordable units are burdened by unique marketing and tenant selection criteria.
HPD/HDC requires Marketing/Lease-up be conducted by Qualified Marketing Agents, who have LIHTC Compliance Certification, Housing Connect 2.0 Training, and Fair Housing Certifications.
Complying with the HPD/HDC affordable housing marketing guidelines is a unique skill. INFINITE HORIZONS and its Qualified Management Level Team has collectively maneuvered through the lottery logistics for 30+ years to stabilize developments for our clients.
Infinite Horizons does this by utilizing prop-tech software and tracking/contact management tools to augment the daily activity of our project managers. Our investment in hiring seasoned management level team members as support staff affords an opportunity to the development community that is not seen in the industry.
INFINITE HORIZONS offers its development and property management clients with a full-service marketing program, which includes Advertising, HOUSING CONNECT 2.0 (HC2) administration, lottery processing OF Income Eligible Applicants, and lease-up of affordable housing units financed under 421 Tax Exemptions, Inclusionary Housing, and Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) administered by HPD and HDC.
INFINITE HORIZONS is not only a marketing agent, we are marketing consultants. We work closely with our client’s Public Relations firms as they position properties in the ever-competitive arena of attracting higher AMI applicants in the lottery scheme.
In addition, INFINITE HORIZONS takes a hands-on approach to secure rental subsidy funds from various agencies including CityFheps for Homeless Individuals and Families.
Contact us during pre-development for best pricing per unit
More People Snagged Units in NYC Housing Lotteries Last Year, But Wait Times Grew
The city’s affordable housing lotteries are notoriously competitive, but new data shows some progress: in the most recent fiscal year that ended in June, 6,173 applicants were approved for a unit through the lottery system, up nearly 24 percent from the fiscal year prior. But the approval process took longer for applicants than the year before, and the odds remain tough.