Thomas J. Lantz, Sr., CPA, CVA, ABV, CFF, CGMA was recently elected to the Board of Directors of Homes For America, Inc. (HFA). Tom, one of the founding partners of HeimLantz, P.C., has been on HFA’s Audit and Finance Committee since 2011.

Homes for America, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit housing corporation which specializes in developing and preserving housing for low and moderate income households and special needs populations. Homes for America carries out its mission in a variety of ways, including as a developer of affordable housing, providing development services to nonprofit organizations, and providing technical assistance to government agencies to develop and implement housing programs.

Tom’s extensive background serving on the Boards of Melwood Training, Inc. for over 25 years, and more recently as the Vice-Chair of the City of Alexandria’s Commission on Persons with Disabilities, provides a unique opportunity for him to interface his experience with the disabled and special needs population with the goals and objectives of Homes For America.

Homes for America was established by Trudy Parisa McFall, Chairman and Nancy S. Rase, President. They are housing professionals who together have over 50 years experience in the public sector administering federal, state and local housing programs. The organization is staffed by 12 talented and experienced housing professionals. Homes for America is advised by a distinguished Board of Directors with outstanding records in affordable housing. Homes for America helps to bring public and private partners together through the experience and expertise of its founders, Board and staff.

Homes for America was founded in September 1994 and has its headquarters in Annapolis, Maryland.

Homes for America develops and preserves affordable rental housing and housing for sale to low and moderate income households in the mid-Atlantic states.  Homes for America’s mission is to provide quality housing for low and moderate income households in attractive and stable neighborhoods and communities.

Homes for America also provides development services to nonprofit organizations which develop low and moderate income housing, as well as providing technical assistance to governmental agencies to develop and implement housing programs.

Homes for America provides resident services in all of their developments. These services are an important part of providing quality housing and ensuring full and satisfying lives for the residents.