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About Us


Mission Statement

To improve the lives of very-low, low, and moderate-income households, including those with special needs, by providing decent, safe and sanitary affordable housing in supportive environments, while adhering to the highest standards of professionalism and business best practices.

Overview

The Partnership, Inc. (TPI), a nonprofit, charitable organization with a 501(c)(3) determination from the IRS, was formed in 1994 to acquire and manage affordable, multifamily properties that provide decent, safe and affordable housing to very low, low, and moderate income families.

TPI specializes in providing responsible stewardship and property management services that improve financial performance while enhancing and preserving economic value, primarily for troubled properties. As a charitable organization serving as the sole general partner, TPI qualifies Florida limited partnerships as eligible to apply for an ad valorem tax exemption pursuant to recent legislative amendments to Florida statutes, section 196.1978.

Since 1994, TPI has established a track record of superior performance in taking on troubled properties and resolving their problems. We are actively seeking new opportunities to apply our successful method of improving project performance and investor satisfaction.

With offices in West Palm Beach, TPI provides services throughout the states of Florida and Georgia.

Capabilities in Property Management

The Partnership Inc. (TPI) specializes in ownership and property management of affordable multifamily housing communities throughout the states of Florida and Georgia. TPI has an exceptional reputation and track record in the affordable housing industry. For this reason, owners of properties that are challenged by economic, physical or behavioral deficiencies have consistently solicited TPI for the property management and/or general partner role in their properties.

TPI specializes in properties that are at risk of being, or are out of compliance with the requirements of the programs by which they are bound. Most TPI properties are under the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program. Using unique, innovative and creative methods, TPI has succeeded in bringing many properties back into compliance that have been issued 8823's or are at risk of losing tax credits.

The head of TPI's compliance department has extensive knowledge and experience with all programs present in the affordable housing industry. Each property’s governing documents are reviewed to ensure that all set asides, tenant programs and services, physical condition, and tenant files are in compliance.
The following comprise The Partnership, Inc.'s company leadership.

John Corbett
President
Chief Executive Officer
Hugh Jacobs
Executive Vice President
Chief Operating Officer
Jamie Williamson
Regional Manager and Corporate Officer
Bonnie Gayner
Regional Manager and Compliance Director

Committed to Excellence in Affordable Housing.