In 2018, CHP provided 11,143 people with stable rental housing.
CHP Asset Management is responsible for evaluating and safeguarding the long-term viability of properties owned and operated by CHP and its affiliates. The department preserves the tax benefits and protects the quality of CHP’s rental communities over the life of the investment.
As CHP's largest department, CHP Property Management is experienced in providing rental services and green maintenance to Low Income Housing Tax Credit, conventional, and government-financed multifamily properties. We manage and maintain more than 100 rental communities in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic.
CHP Resident Services works with community partners to coordinate programs and services for CHP residents with a focus on education, health and wellness, financial capability, and community building and engagement. Our programs serve to enhance the health and quality of life of our residents.
CHP not only offers desirable, economical homes to own or rent, but also encourages personal and community success through supportive services and programming. CHP Housing Services includes Asset Management, Homeownership, Property Management, and Resident Services.