SWTHA ASSOCIATE MEMBER LIST
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1st Tribal Lending
Juel Burnette, Branch Manager
5024 S. Bur Oak Place, Suite 200
Sioux Falls, SD 57108
We are a Mortgage Lender focusing on home ownership for Tribes, TDHE’s, and Tribal members nationwide. We specialize in the HUD 184 home loan program.
Kevin Klingbeil, Managing Director
5405 Leary Ave NW, Suite 2
Seattle, WA 98107
Big Water was established in 2011 for the explicit purpose of promoting tribal data sovereignty and building tribal capacity to help clients collect, analyze and take action based on their own data. Since its inception, Big Water has collaborated with a range of rural and urban tribal clients from Alaska to Arizona to Hawaii, Wisconsin and Florida for the purpose of completing dozens of community needs assessment, tribal census, strategic planning, market study, housing unit mapping, enrollment/population projection and other data-driven projects. Our mission is to help each tribe and tribal program define its vision and goals for its community and to chart a path toward the realization of this vision and achievement of these goals that is informed by the stories shared by its people and the data it has collected within its lands.
Rural and Native Initiatives
1100 15th Street NW
Washington DC 20005
Fannie Mae is a leader in providing housing finance for homebuyers in the United States. Together with our partners, we make sure that homeowners and homebuyers, and across the country have access to affordable financing opportunities. Our single-family business helps lenders originate mortgages in a safe and sound manner. Our funding makes products such as the 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage possible. It provides homeowners with stable, predictable mortgage payments over the life of the loan and remains the most popular choice among homeowners. We provide lenders with a variety of financing solutions so they can support a diverse group of homebuyers and homeowners in all markets at all times.
Darren Buzzard, Construction Developer
225 E Germann Rd #201
Gilbert, AZ 85297
For 49 years, Greenberg Construction has built and managed the construction and renovation of a wide variety of public, tribal, and private commercial projects throughout Arizona and the Southwest. This extensive experience has cemented our role as one of the region’s premier construction management companies. One of our top priorities is to build the trust and confidence of our clients and the local communities we work with. You can be confident based on our compelling track record that we will help you successfully deliver your next project.
James Gutierrez, President & CEO
1999 Broadway, Suite 1110
Denver, CO 80202
For over 25 years, HDS has been the provider of tribal housing management software. Our product manages all aspect of people, finances and property management requirements.
Pyatt Studio Inc.
Rob Pyatt, Principal
3020 Carbon Place, Suite 103
Boulder Colorado, 80301
Pyatt Studio is a full-service architecture and planning firm as well as a resource for community capacity building. We have special expertise in affordable housing design, tribal housing, design education, sustainable technologies, and alternative building materials and construction methods. Our services include:
- Community Engagement
- Construction Management
- Technical Assistance
- Capacity Building
- Educational Programs
- Workforce Development
- Grant Writing and Support
Raymond James Tax Credit Funds, Inc.
Ben Shockey, Acquisitions Manager
880 Carillon Parkway
St. Petersburg, FL 33716
Raymond James has been a sponsor and syndicator of affordable housing since 1969. With the inception of the tax credit program in 1986, we launched our Tax Credit Funds group, which has since become the largest syndicator of low income housing tax credits in the United States raising in excess of $1 billion annually. To date, Tax Credit Funds and has raised more than $10 billion in equity for over 2,100 properties. A proven partner to institutional investors, the group’s resources include extensive fiduciary expertise for client tax credit investment, considerable experience managing fund assets and an extensive network of quality developers.
Rural Community Assistance Corporation (RCAC)
Stanley Keasling, Chief Executive Officer
3120 Freeboard Drive Suite 201
West Sacramento, CA 95691-5010
(916) 447-9832 ext. 1002
RCAC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides training, technical and financial resources and advocacy so rural communities can achieve their goals and visions. RCAC provides a wide range of community development services for rural and Native American communities and community-based organizations in 13 western states. Program areas include affordable housing development, environmental infrastructure development and community development finance, as well as leadership and economic development training and technical assistance. RCAC’s Loan Fund fills financing gaps, serving in areas that conventional markets traditionally neglect, and offers financing for affordable housing development, environmental infrastructure, community facilities and small businesses in rural locations. RCAC is a certified Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI).
RTHawk Housing Alliance LLC
Wilbur Red Tomahawk, President & CEO
3491 Wiyohepeyata Street W
Selfridge, ND 58568
RTHawk Housing Alliance (RTHawk), is a 100% Indian owned, TERO Certified, corporation chartered by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. RTHawk specializes in the use of the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program to finance affordable housing projects in Indian Country communities. The company is focused on providing housing development finance services, compliance services, and work-out services for Tribes and TDHEs. We also provide asset management and work out services for tax credit investors.
Scott Anderson & Associates Architects
Alexandria Murnan, Director of Affordable Housing
310 W. 19th Terrace
Kansas City, MO 64108
Founded in 1995, Travois is a mission-driven consulting firm focused exclusively on promoting housing and economic development for American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian communities.
• Expertise. Our team members are proficient in the complex programs we work in, and we will help pull some of the weight, so you can meet your community’s needs.
• Finance. We raise capital for affordable housing and economic development primarily through the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program and the New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) program.
• Support. Travois provides the guidance you need to ensure that your development secures financing, progresses through each milestone, and meets all regulations and requirements.