View our Latest Investment Insights
Contact
elder mother with adult daughter walking near high grass

Recognizing Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month: Advancing Opportunities in APPI Communities

In celebration of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we have created a Q&A series that showcases the perspectives and voices of three leaders within IMPACT Community Capital.

READ MORE
Housing Development

Big Investments, Big IMPACT in Affordable Housing

Following his panel at ACLI's Annual Conference, CEOJeff Brenner writes about IMPACT as a manager in delivering housing affordability in scale

READ MORE

Affordable Housing: Considerations for Investors New to the Asset Class

CIO Michael Lohmeier discusses five risk factors to monitor when assessing how affordable housing can fit into an asset allocation.

READ MORE
aapi hashtag

Statement on Violence Against the AAPI Community

A statement from the collective voice of IMPACT Community Capital.

READ MORE
Photo of a mother walking a young boy and girl with backpacks to school. Shot from behind

Keeping Housing Affordable for Women

In honor of Women's History Month, Director of Investor Relations & Capital Markets, Melissa Radic explores how women are disproportionately impacted by the high cost of housing.

READ MORE

From Securitizations to Affordable Housing: Working Toward a Positive Change

In our latest insight, IMPACT’s General Counsel Liz Kang reflects on what inspired her to join IMPACT as she approaches the anniversary of her first year.

READ MORE

A Path into IMPACT

IMPACT’s newest team member, Director of Investor Relations and Capital Markets Melissa Radic, explains what led her to IMPACT and why she is excited to take on the opportunity in our most recent insight.

READ MORE

Mitigating the Widening Affordability Crisis

Portfolio Manager Paul Hwang discusses how the economic crisis caused by COVID-19 has only amplified what businesses already recognize — the importance of affordable housing for their employees, customers, partners and the communities in which they operate.

READ MORE