Meet our dedicated Partners, who complement RMG Housing’s mission to create homes for people who need them.
RMG Housing: Leading the Way in Housing Innovation
TRG Construction serves as RMG’s primary construction partner for all supportive housing projects throughout California. Tim Roth, RMG’s co-founder, leads an experienced team of skilled professionals who employ cutting-edge building technologies and cost-saving approaches. TRG’s mission of creating homes for people who need them perfectly aligns with RMG’s goals.
RMG currently collaborates with four highly-effective homeless service providers:
The SDS Supportive Housing Fund is Integral to RMG's Supportive Housing Development
The SDS Supportive Housing Fund (SHF) was established exclusively for the purpose of funding RMG’s supportive housing development programs. With $190 million of equity, SHF’s partnership with RMG is expected to result in the development of 2,500+ supportive housing units by 2027. As an impact fund, SHF’s mission and financial goals align with RMGs resulting in a successful collaborative partnership.
Property Management Partner
HDSI Management was established in 1989 for the sole purpose of providing property management services for affordable housing and supportive housing residents. HDSI’s founder, Noel Sweitzer, Has been actively engaged in affordable housing property management for over four decades. HDSI has managed thousands of units of publicly-financed housing.
Managing General Partner
Decro Corporation serves as RMG’s non-profit managing general partner on RMG’s supportive housing projects. RMG and Decro share a common mission to develop and create housing opportunities for vulnerable people. Decro has over three decades of experience in affordable housing development and is expert in navigating the formalities of public sector development.
Public Sector Collaboration
In our mission-driven model, RMG collaborates extensively with public sector entities. These partnerships fortify our efforts to address the increasing homeless crisis in California.
Faith-Based Partnerships & Community Ties
In Los Angeles, local African-American churches are critical partners in many of our projects. By collaborating with them and Logos Faith Development, we ensure community-centric housing models. Churches benefit by monetizing their underutilized lands, bolstering their financial health and reinvesting in the community by providing desperately needed affordable housing for their constituents.