Enterprise Capital

Enterprise Capital

When it’s time to expand your organization’s reach and impact, NeighborWorks Capital can help. As a member of the NeighborWorks network, you can utilize enterprise capital loans to invest in new opportunities to increase your impact, work in new communities, or add a new line of business, and NeighborWorks Capital can help you get there.

Enterprise capital can help you fund:

  • Start-up or growth phases of new lines of business
  • Geographic expansion of current business lines
  • Early period funding for real estate development strategy

Achieving your affordable housing and community development goals takes time, perseverance, and responsive funding. We’ll work with you to meet your needs and timeline. 

The Right Amount of Capital

Regardless of the size of the loan you need, our team will review your request thoroughly to find the best solution for your project.
  • Fixed interest rates starting at 5.50%
  • Loan amounts up to $4 million, with up to $2 million unsecured and amounts greater than $2 million partially secured
  • Loan terms up to 5 years

Close on Your Timeline

Our lending team works to underwrite and close your loan quickly and on your schedule. From your first call through final closing, your loan officer works to meet your needs and keep your project on track.
We consider each funding request with your organizational and impact goals and deadlines in mind. Your mission is to provide affordable homes and strengthen communities. We understand NeighborWorks organizations and we’re here to provide funding solutions that meet your needs and fit your timeline.

Contact a Loan Officer

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Lanie Wasserman

Senior Loan Officer
Southern and Midwest Regions

Mike Haas

Senior Loan Officer
Northeast and Western Regions

Supporting the NeighborWorks America Network

We’re here to support members of the NeighborWorks Network, and we’ll consider funding for a variety of projects that support your mission. Whether you’re planning a new community center, a mixed-use building, or a new administrative office, we can help. If you’re unsure if your project is a fit, let’s discuss it. Our loan officers are only a phone call away.
Case Study

Millrace Kitchen

NeighborWorks Blackstone River Valley (NWBRV), which serves northern Rhode Island, requested a $750,000 loan to leverage other funding sources to create a mixed-use development with ...
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Case Study

Manufactured Home Parks

With a project deadline fast approaching, CASA of Oregon contacted NeighborWorks Capital to finance their acquisition of a manufactured housing park cooperative.
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