Results Driven

Enterprise’s generational goal is to end housing insecurity in the United States. That means no more homelessness and no more families paying more than half of their income on housing. As a down payment toward that goal, by 2020 Enterprise will help provide opportunity to 1 million low-income families through quality affordable housing and connections to good schools, jobs, transit, and health care.

We have a track record of creating opportunity. In 2014 alone, we invested $2.7 billion in communities across the country, creating 16,400 affordable homes. Since 1982, Enterprise has invested $18.6 billion and created nearly 340,000 homes. Each affordable home we have helped build or preserve represents a real person or family – and a platform to the opportunity for a more stable and rewarding life.

2015 Investment Impact Results

Low-Income Housing Tax Credit
  • $685.8 million
  • 6,145 affordable homes
  • 65 developments
New Markets Tax Credit
  • $38 million
  • 169,000 square feet
  • 963 jobs
Bellwether Real Estate Capital, LLC
  • $3.9 billion in multifamily mortgage loans
  • 9,350 affordable homes
Enterprise Homes
  • $85.8 million
  • 464 affordable homes
Enterprise Community Loan Fund
  • $100.3 million
  • 4,666 affordable homes
Grants
  • $11.3 million
  • 4,662 affordable homes
Conventional Equity
  • $6.3 million
  • 344 affordable homes
 

 

Investment Impact Historical Results

Low-Income Housing Tax Credit
  • $11.1 billion
  • 136,914 affordable homes
  • 2,149 developments
New Markets Tax Credit
  • $887 million
  • 8.5 million square feet
  • 28,863 jobs
Bellwether Real Estate Capital, LLC
  • $9.2 billion in multifamily mortgage loans
  • 7,700 affordable homes
Enterprise Homes
  • $851 million
  • 6,276 affordable homes
Enterprise Community Loan Fund
  • $1.43 billion
  • 97,166 affordable homes
Grants
  • $209.2 million
  • 148,862 affordable homes
Conventional Equity
  • $22.2 million
  • 1,664 affordable homes
 

An investment with Enterprise helps ensure that people across the country have a place to call home and an opportunity for a better life. Together, we can eliminate housing insecurity.