(The Washington Post)  A property management firm has been chosen for an affordable housing nonprofit in Alexandria.  The nonprofit, called Robert Pierre Johnson Housing Development Corp. (RPJ Housing), has recently been under financial stress due to accusations of forgery from its executive director, Herbert J. Cooper-Levy.  RPJ Housing is using Urban Investment Partners Property Management Inc., which is associated with Urban Investment Partners, to continue working towards its mission.  Indeed, RPJ Housing has high hopes; Executive Director Eric Bonetti said, “Over the coming months, we will continue to expand and enhance the services we offer to our residents, and UIP will be an important part of this process.”