Wilhoit Properties is a proud subsidiary of Zimmerman Properties, one of the leading affordable-housing developers in the country. Each of our entities, including Zimmerman Properties Construction, serves as a critical component in our vertically integrated business model that strategically allows us to ensure quality—and control costs—from top to bottom.
All operations are headquartered in Springfield, Missouri, under the direction of our corporate team that delivers hundreds of years combined experience in property development, construction and management. Though our footprint continues to expand throughout the United States, our foundation stands firmly in the Ozarks—providing a centralized geographic position and advantageous family-oriented location.
We’ve built our firm’s reputation on a comprehensive approach—developing, building, owning,
and maintaining affordable housing with a view toward creating true communities.
Wilhoit Properties manages more than 200 properties in 15 states, giving us great perspective on the needs of today’s tenant. Whether providing mid-rise senior communities, garden-style apartments, townhomes, single-family homes, or any other type of housing for those with low to moderate incomes, we understand the benefits of “affordable housing” to an area’s people and its economic development. We dedicate our expertise and the strength of our resources to making the most of every property’s long-term potential.
Beyond our expertise in construction management for thousands of units, entailing responsibility for hundreds of millions of dollars in constructions costs, we’ve built our firm’s reputation on a comprehensive approach—developing, building, owning, and maintaining affordable housing with a view toward creating communities. Communities don’t develop overnight. That’s why Zimmerman invests in the ultimate success of every property through long-term, integrated ownership. This commitment for every development provides our community partners and residents the assurance our experience and resources will be at work long after construction is completed.