About us

Domos is a leading developer with over 30 years of cumulative multifamily experience. Domos is active in several markets including Georgia and California. Domos strategically acquires and transforms well located real estate to achieve meaningful investor returns while elevating underserved communities and expanding the universe of affordable housing. Leveraging established industry relationships, our professionals identify attractive acquisition targets and redevelop them in an efficient and fiscally responsible manner. We select only those assets that meet our rigorous criteria for growth. Then, our company executes these plans following a time tested method that reduces costs, enhances amenities, and maximizes value for investors.

Our purpose is to create meaningful social impact through community centered attainable housing. That means we don’t just build a business for the sake of financial gain. We also make sure our business creates a positive ripple effect. This desire to do well and do good is central to the philosophy of our business. It’s this philosophy that allows us to uniquely balance financial profit and brand purpose while achieving our mission of creating communities that profit everyone. We believe that we can only improve the lives of those we serve if we’re financially AND socially profitable

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our team

We’ve got over 30 years of experience and 10,000+ units owned and managed to date in coliving and Opportunity Zones portfolios.

30+ years of experience


With a combined experience of over 30 years, investments in over 10,000+ units owned and managed to date and management of a of $550M+ portfolio, principals at Domos have a proven track record of commitment

to reimagining workforce housing while simultaneously increasing returns on investment.

A combined partnership of expertise and results in workforce housing and coliving

the domos difference


the domos difference

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