To understand the success of the Schochet Companies, one needs to know a little about the arcane, highly regulated world of affordable housing. It’s a niche of the real estate industry ruled by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, along with layers of paperwork and programs like Section 8.
Most traditional real estate developers glance at the tangled bureaucracy and head for the exit. Where’s the profit in being regulated?
Hartford News: Hartford Celebrates Rededication Of Capitol Towers, a high rise community for the elderly.
National faith-based non-profit Retirement Housing Foundation (RHF) and industry-leading management services firm The Schochet Companies mark completion of $1.77 million in renovations with community celebration
Leading Boston-based property management company reduces energy consumption by 10 percent, greenhouse gas emission down 2,000 tons per year.
The Schochet Companies celebrates four decades of industry-leading real estate development and management services with updated name as company continues growth and expansion.
Schochet and RHF finalize $36 million acquisition deal to preserve 265 affordable housing units in North Kingstown
Joins 22 current trustees in promoting civic education to students and communities throughout Massachusetts from a nonprofit leader in civic and justice education.
Recognizes active support by Schochet of IREM’s mission promoting professional real estate management.
Boston Institute of Real Estate Management award recognizes commitment to professional education and development.
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