Blackstar Stability is an investment company backed by social impact investors. It tackles predatory lending practices and foreclosures by purchasing pools of homes encumbered by predatory forms of seller financing, converting the capital.
True Footage brings transparency to real estate by using lidar, computer vision, and machine learning to deliver the most standardized and complete property data, ensuring all transactions are fair and fast.
Helps community-based organizations purchase homes and apartments in neighborhoods at risk of gentrification. The homes are held in a mixed-income perpetual trust, mitigating displacement and ensuring affordability for the long term.
Parity creates access to affordable homeownership by purchasing and renovating entire blocks of blighted housing in historically black neighborhoods and then selling them to groups in the neighborhood at deeply affordable price points. Parity then renovates the homes in bulk, achieving economies of scale in their construction costs.
The Guild creates opportunities for community-owned real estate in historically black communities through two funds that make residents and businesses co-owners of a trust, enabling local investors to build equity over time.
Module reduces carbon emissions and lowers construction costs through modular housing units and helps housing providers build durable net-zero ready homes 50% faster than traditional construction.
The Kelsey builds accessible, affordable residential communities that are inclusive to the needs of people with disabilities and consults on new and existing developments to create more disability-forward housing.
Pronto Housing is a technology solution which improves the complex affordable housing compliance process, reducing administrative burdens for developers and property owners and making it easier for renters to apply for housing.
Through a shared homeownership and financing model, Frolic Communities helps single-family homeowners in gentrifying neighborhoods to co-develop multi-family housing on their properties which are sold at deeply affordable prices to low-wealth, middle-income families.