Full Name
Robert Hazelton
Dominion Due Diligence Group (D3G)
Speaker Bio
Rob Hazelton’s passion for affordable housing can be traced back 30 years when he founded Dominion Due Diligence Group (D3G) with a focus on providing solutions. He has vast experience with housing preservation as it relates to capital needs, architectural design, construction cost estimation, energy conservation, sustainability, resiliency, and environmental issues. As CEO, he oversees more than 2,500 senior and affordable housing transactions annually. Rob has spent most of his professional career working on HUD-assisted and LITHC projects and was a pioneer in HUD’s green/energy programs and the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD). Rob has been on the FHLB-Atlanta Affordable Housing Advisory Council (AHAC); active on multiple technical committees for HUD and the MBA; and, is a Fellow with the American Academy of Housing and Communities. Rob grew up on a Vermont dairy farm and is a graduate of Bucknell University.

Mr. Hazelton has accumulated more than 25 years of real estate due diligence inspection experience, focusing primarily on environmental issues, building code compliance, construction engineering, and cost
estimation services. He founded Dominion Due Diligence Group (D3G) over two (2) decades ago with a focus on affordable housing solutions. Rob has worked in all 50 states for the preservation of multifamily and senior
housing under the LIHTC Qualified Allocation Plans (QAP). He has been involved with the HUD Multifamily Accelerated Process (MAP) Guide since inception and is proficient in the FHA-HUD multifamily mortgage insurance markets. The last five (5) years he has worked closely with HUD to define and leverage energy efficiency in the subsidized housing portfolio. Rob frequently provides technical services for HUD’s many pilot and demonstration programs, and is currently working with the LIHTC pilot, the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD), Moving to Work (MTW), self- managed Energy Performance Contracting (EPC), 24 CFR Part 50 HEROS, and the CNA e-Tool.
Robert Hazelton