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Power Forward Communities, a coalition Enterprise co-leads with some of the country’s most trusted community development, climate, and housing organizations, is purpose-built to decarbonize America’s homes and drive a market transformation that cuts costs, benefits renters and homeowners, and specifically focuses on low-income communities nationwide.
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On Tuesday April 2nd, we kicked off the Midwest Climate Resilience Academy with a cohort of 20 affordable housing organizations from across Illinois and Michigan.
Chicago Detroit Ohio Partner Sustainability and Growth Resilience Climate Risk Reduction
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Enterprise’s latest Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) fund will help create or preserve 2,515 units in 13 states.
Financing for Developers Low-Income Housing Tax Credit
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Enterprise is seeking organizations interested in learning more about creating housing opportunities for everyone near Maryland’s Purple Line transit project through a five-part training series.
Technical Assistance Mid-Atlantic Preservation & Production Racial Equity
Enterprise in the News
Today, Power Forward Communities, a coalition of some of the country’s most trusted housing, climate, and community investment groups, was awarded a $2 billion, seven-year National Clean Investment Fund (NCIF) grant from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to provide capital for affordable residential decarbonization throughout the country, with a specific focus on low-income and disadvantaged communities.
Technical Assistance Chicago Detroit Gulf Coast Mid-Atlantic New York Northern California Ohio Pacific Northwest Rocky Mountain Rural Communities Southeast Southern California Tribal Nations Tribal Nations & Rural Communities Resilience Equitable Decarbonization
Enterprise in the News
The Make It Home program will allow renters living in forfeited properties to buy and repair the structures by tapping free legal guidance and grants.
Ohio Preservation & Production
Enterprise in the News
Our VP and New York Market Leader, Baaba Halm, talks with City Limits about voucher programs, the opportunities for stability and mobility they can bring, and the challenges.
Policy  New York
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Enterprise, Rocket Community Fund, the City of Cleveland, and Cuyahoga Land Bank announced the Make It Home Cleveland program, which will enable approximately 50 households living in tax forfeited properties to purchase and repair their homes.
Ohio Preservation & Eviction Prevention Racial Equity Upward Mobility 

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