They are a one-stop-shop for affordable, section 8 housing. They plan for the public good! The said the type of construction can be brand new, or rehab (so renovations). They help those who are seniors, have special needs, are vets, or just poor and need a home. They will hunt for the land, find the money, and get contractors started once all permits are in hand.
Mullin & Lonergan Associates, Inc. (“M&L”) was formed in 1965 to assist communities in their efforts to participate in federal and state housing, redevelopment and economic development programs. Over the years, M&L has evolved into a multi-disciplinary consulting firm that offers a diversified range of planning and development services to government, non-profit organizations, and the private sector.
Our philosophy and purpose is to provide the firm’s clients with creative ideas and technical support that lead to successful development initiatives. Through a highly interactive process, our team functions as an extension of client staff to define alternative solutions to complex challenges. Our emphasis is on the provision of an organized, pragmatic, and creative thought process that permits development strategies to move rapidly from planning to successful execution.
1. House & Development and Economic Consulting work for profit and non-profit builders in Pennsylvania, Maryland and New Jersey. Regional service.
2. Services to Entitlement is for people that receive funds and need to meet requirements for HUD, etc. This service competes nationally and most people don’t know they do it.
3. Special Studies – They work with both state and national consultants and perform studies on living conditions in proposed areas. National recognition for housing needs assessments. State-wide and countrywide. They get hired to look at data and trends to identify what current and future needs are for a community.
They have said this about themselves: "M&L's experience is at the intersection of planning, data analysis, and financial packaging that leads to successful project implementation."
Their target audience is local government, state, and federal agencies and for-profit and non-profit developers.