Our Partners

NeighborWorks Capital forges strategic partnerships with social investors, regional and national banks, foundations and other community development financial institutions to expand and leverage our loan capital. Investments made into our loan fund are designed to allow us greater flexibility with the financing terms for our customer's projects. These strategic partners are listed below.

Investors

Ally Bank invested $5 million in enterprise level capital to NWOs in the Rocky Mountain District.   Visit Website

Bank of America invested $8 million as a 10 year Program Related Investment. This long term investment allows us to provide longer-term loans for multifamily preservation and energy improvements.   Visit Website

Branch Banking and Trust (BB&T) is our primary business banker for treasury services and provides a $5 million line of credit for our lending program in its market area.   Visit Website

Capital One provided a five-year low cost loan of $1 million to support NeighborWorks Capital’s affordable housing loan program.   Visit Website

Charles Schwab Bank provides us with a $10 million line of credit.   Visit Website

The US Department of Treasury’s CDFI Fund has awarded us six Financial Assistance Awards totaling $7.1 million. This permanent, unrestricted capital will be used to further capitalize the loan fund and provide important leverage to raise debt capital.   Visit Website

Deutsche Bank renewed and expanded its lines of credit to $7 million line of credit for our interim and mini-perm lending program.   Visit Website

HSBC Bank invested $3 million to support our lending in HSBC’s market areas in the Northeast, Mid Atlantic and California.   Visit Website

Morgan Stanley closed a $4 million line of credit for our interim and mini-perm lending program.   Visit Website

NeighborWorks® America, our lead strategic partner, has invested more than $31 million of permanent equity capital plus additional operating support allowing us to leverage investment of additional capital from financial institutions, social investors and foundations.   Visit Website

PNC Bank invested $4 million in support of our lending in their market areas in the mid-atlantic and midwestern sections of the country.    Visit Website

TD Bank invested $5 million at below-market terms in support of our lending in their market areas in the northeast, mid-atlantic and south.   Visit Website

The Kresge Foundation invested $5 million to launch and capitalize the “NeighborWorks Strategic Growth Fund” which offers low-cost, longer-term capital to NWOs to sustain and grow their business operations.   Visit Website

Wells Fargo provided a $2 million EQ2 investment for ten years and a $10 million line of credit for our interim and mini-perm lending program.   Visit Website

Lending Partners

We assist our borrowers by assembling financing with other community development lenders who share our mission. This streamlines the underwriting and closing process and reduces transaction costs. Some current and previous partners include: