Your Multifamily Rehabilitation One-Stop-Shop
ResourceSmartTM specializes in the smart rehabilitation of existing multifamily properties, providing a seamless one-stop-shop rehab process. Have an RFP for a project? Interested in which of your buildings uses the most energy? Want to bolster your NOI?

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ResourceSmart is the one-stop-shop for multifamily property rehabilitation, executing and managing all aspects of work throughout a given project.    From increased NOI, property value, occupancy, and tenant comfort and health to decreased O&M costs, tenant turnover, and energy and water utility costs, ResourceSmart tailors results based on your needs.      ResourceSmart provides a proven method to efficiently rehab multifamily properties, senior care facilities, and many more. See how we have leveraged local partnerships, and increased NOI.

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ResourceSmart has Successfully Completed More Than 60 Rehab Projects   

December 28, 2015

To date ResourceSmart has calculated that it has completed more than 60 property rehab projects, positively impacting more than 7,082 individuals in Colorado and New Mexico. The vast majority of these projects consist of the rehabilitation of multifamily affordable housing properties, including senior living, women's shelters, veteran, and disabled specific properties. These properties now see both short-term and long-term benefits affecting property owners, managers, and tenants. Take a look at recently completed ResourceSmart projectstestimonials, or contact us if you have any questions. We would love to chat with you.           

Millions of low-income households burdened by fuel insecurity

Mar 11, 2015

During this time of year, millions of people across the country struggle to pay their heating bills. But how widespread is the issue of fuel insecurity, and what assistance is available? Mark Wolfe, Executive Director of the National Energy Assistance Directors Association, joins Hari Sreenivasan from Washington.

Heat or hunger? Low-income families struggle to cope with winter weather
Mar 11, 2015

As the brutal winter drags on for parts of the country, many low-income families are struggling to pay their energy bills. In North Carolina, local governments are increasingly partnering with private nonprofit organizations to try to find new ways to help poor families stay warm in the winter. NewsHour's Stephen Fee reports.