CONSULTING TO STRENGTHEN COMMUNITIES

For over 30 years, our team has provided strategic consulting services to public and private clients working to strengthen their organizations and communities. eProperty Solution is centered on the strategic use of data and technology to drive effective decision-making. In our work, we partner with community leaders to deliver pragmatic, efficient, and outcomes oriented services.

START UP CONSULTING SERVICES

We understand brand new land banks and revitalization organizations face unique challenges. Let us apply our deep domain experience to help you develop your strategy, build out your team, and launch your organization. Recent projects for clients like Montgomery, AL; Houston Land Bank; the City of Hartford/Hartford Land Bank, and the Central Illinois Land Bank Authority addressed the following:

* Strategic evaluation/assessments
* Drafted/updated written policies and procedures, including Procurement Policies
* Web design and marketing
* Real estate acquisition & disposition strategies
* Stakeholder relationships & outreach
* Executive Director search & evaluation
* Data & technology strategy

If you are ready to launch your organization to new heights, we’re ready to partner with you!

COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION CONSULTING SERVICES

Our community revitalization consulting services will propel your organization to success with customized, pragmatic strategic guidance. Some of the projects we can execute:

  • Conditions assessment/market analysis
  • Leveraging data & technology
  • Strategic planning & capacity building
  • Improving operations
  • Community engagement
  • Resiliency planning

We help clients leverage data and technology to advance comprehensive community revitalization strategies. We bring diverse expertise in land banks; affordable housing; real estate finance; community reinvestment; disaster recovery; and grants management. Let us put our experience to work for you. 

eProperty Innovations’ help has been integral to the Houston Land Bank in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.”

– NICK HALL,
Chairman,
Houston Land Bank