Redeveloping Affordable Residential Multi Family Real Estate
Our Mission: Bring modern, energy efficient , affordable living to the Upstate of South Carolina
30%: Affordable housing = 30% or less of a household’s gross income
2,500: Shortage of affordable rental units in Greenville, SC
87%: Percent of Greenville residents that thinks the city has an affordable housing problem
$41,147: Median household income in Greenville, SC
99%: Percent of affordable renters who have had to make major cutbacks in the last 3 years because they were struggling to pay rent
14,800: Number of households with annual income under $50,000 in Greenville, SC
8 Units | Closed December, 2016
Welcome Park Apartments, Greenville, SC
36 Units | Closed July, 2017
Pacolet Pointe, Spartanburg, SC
Our Properties by Numbers
Brian Albers, CFP®
Brian’s day job is being a local manager for a major national financial planning firm. His responsibilities include branch regulatory compliance, financials, reporting, recruiting, technology, office administration and staff management. He grew up in Memphis, TN and earned a Bachelor of Arts in history from Davidson College in NC. He lives in Greenville with his wife, Melanie, and black lab, Penny. In his free time he enjoys playing golf and soccer. Brian serves on the boards of The Salvation Army of Greenville County and the Greenville Symphony Orchestra.
Affordable living doesn’t have to be substandard.
Mario E. Brown, Realtor®
By day, Mario is a local real estate agent that specializes in new residential construction. By focusing on representing home builder's and their products, Mario has gained a very unique appreciation for construction and real estate rehab. He grew up here in Greenville, SC and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science & English from Gardner-Webb Univeristy, where he was also played 4 years of varsity football. Mario lives in the city of Greenville with his wife, Elizabeth. In his free time he enjoys playing kickball & traveling. Recently, Mario was named one of the Upstate Business Journal's "Ones To Watch."
"This is my hometown, i care about what happens here"