D3G Helps

Across the country, there is a shortage of affordable housing in every state. Critical housing needs permeate every community. In response, the demand for affordable housing is stronger than ever and much of the existing stock calls for significant revitalization.

D3G helps to bridge this gap by providing architectural and construction cost conclusions essential for the new construction and substantial rehabilitation of multifamily housing and healthcare facilities. Our experience has helped transform us into an industry leader, providing third party A/E Reviews and building our reputation as a trusted advocate for affordable housing.

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"Love Funding has been working with Dominion Due Diligence Group for over 20 years. D3G is on the front lines with lenders and HUD, helping to work through due diligence related issues as well as creative solutions designed to better measure risk. D3G’s commitment to this industry is unmatched and Love Funding looks forward to many more years together as business partners."

Jon Camps ( President, Love Funding )

"I have been working with Dominion Due Diligence for over 15 years, and they consistently deliver excellent service. Their team has deep industry knowledge and an excellent reputation with HUD. I know that when I get a report from Dominion, they will stand behind their work, and they always work to identify creative solutions."

Ken Buchanan ( Director of FHA Underwriting, Walker & Dunlop )

"We have been working with Dominion Due Diligence Group (D3G) for over 2 decades and their knowledge in our industry goes above and beyond. D3G continues to find creative solutions and keep us ahead of the affordable housing curve due to their proactive approach and deep understanding of the HUD regulations."

Trever Smith ( Managing Director, FHA Chief Underwriter, ORIX Real Estate Capital )

What We

D3G offers detailed review of architectural plans for new construction or substantial rehabilitation projects across multi-family and healthcare properties. Cost Review of proposed construction costs ensure that your project’s budget is accurate and in full compliance with the lending agency requirements.



Why D3G

After 27 years in the business, not only are we familiar with the industry, we helped build it. We have reviewed over 1,200 projects in the last decade, working side by side with a variety of organizations— Lenders, Architects, General Contractors, and Tax Credit Agencies.


We are familiar with working on a wide range of projects.  On a regular basis, our team is reviewing plans for a typical garden-style, walk-up multi-family property, a skilled nursing facility, or a complex conversion of a historic industrial building. D3G pioneered the first Plan and Cost Review for a HUD-insured modular construction project.

Our People

Our team of code reviewers, cost estimators, project managers, and construction analysts come from a diverse professional background. They include building and code professionals (ICC Certified), cost estimators (ASPE Certified), construction managers, licensed contractors, military veterans, and in-house construction counsel. These are the hard workers behind each success story.

Dedicated Project Team

From our elite pool of employees, we form a review team consisting of a project manager, code reviewer, cost reviewer and support staff. Each project is assigned its own team to ensure that every property is given the ample time and attention it deserves.

Creative Solutions

D3G and the AEC department are constantly evolving, improving our process, and finding creative solutions to common issues that slow down construction projects.

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Dominion Due Diligence Group (D3G) is proud to have received the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve's (ESGR) Seven Seals Award. ESGR, a Department of Defense office established in 1972, plays a crucial role in promoting supportive work environments for service members in the Reserve Components and resolving conflicts arising from employees' military commitments.