We provide best-in-class financing to community development organizations that invest in the development of affordable housing and economic development projects in low- and moderate-income communities.
We’re a recognized leader in lending to and meeting the financial needs of community development financial institutions (CDFIs), and our impact is amplified through the organizations we help.
Our projects are managed by a dedicated team of community development lending experts providing innovative solutions and leading the process from start to finish.
“Chase was instrumental in helping the Dream Center move forward in this economy where we were at a standstill.” Los Angeles, CAView video Dream Center
“Working with Chase to get this project completed, it was very clear that the end result of moving low-income people in was a top priority.”
Los Angeles, CA
“The New Markets Tax Credit financing provided by Chase really allowed the Houston Food Bank to significantly increase the meals that we provide to the community in our 18-county area.”
“We are really building an asset that serves as a model of what can be accomplished. It really symbolizes the renewal of urban communities.”
"When many others were reluctant to believe a model that works could be established in Texas, Chase helped us do that.”
We are committed to the success of the communities in which we live and work. We provided $2.6 billion to low- and moderate-income communities through our community development lending and equity investments. We offer financing for community development projects of any size and complexity, including:
Community Development Banking has 101 team members in 13 locations across the US. We concentrate our activities in states where Chase has a presence.
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