Property Management that Exceeds Client Expectations

Housing Cooperatives

Today's economic environment and social climate demand an alternative to traditional housing options. Renters, first-time home buyers, and students, have recognized the benefit of the cooperative model. Buying a house or renting an apartment aren't the only living arrangements available in the marketplace. Housing cooperatives provide an alternative to the traditional methods of acquiring a primary residence.

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Affordable Housing LIHTC

The LIHTC Program, which is based on Section 42 of the Internal Revenue Code, was enacted by Congress in 1986 to provide the private market with an incentive to invest in affordable rental housing. Federal housing tax credits are awarded to developers of qualified projects. Developers then sell these credits to investors to raise capital (or equity) for their projects, which reduces the debt that the developer would otherwise have to borrow. Because the debt is lower, a tax credit property can in turn offer lower, more affordable rents.

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HUD Multi-Family Housing

HUD's Federal Housing Administration (FHA) "Office of Multifamily Housing Programs" is responsible for the overall management, development, direction and administration of HUD's Multifamily Housing Programs. These programs include housing for Seniors, Persons with Disabilities, and Families. All of these housing types are represented in the FKGibbs Company portfolio of properties.

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Local Presence with a Regional Reach

FKGibbs Company's corporate headquarters is in Kansas City, Missouri, the heart of the United States. We are strategically located to be of benefit to markets throughout the United States. FKGibbs Company is the result of over 30 years of property management and related experience by its founder, Fred Gibbs. Though our experience is heavily weighted in the areas of affordable housing management, our track record has been proven in many other areas of the industry.