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Invest In Affordable Housing

Meeting the need for affordable housing in our community is the great challenge of our time. But this challenge also offers great opportunities.

Mountain Housing Opportunities leverages public, private, institutional, and individual investment and lending partnerships to meet our capital needs. We utilize a wide array of financing to develop affordable housing at the scope and scale that our region needs and that our neighbors deserve.

Looking to make an outsized impact in your local community? Invest in MHO.

 Investment partnerships make an immediate and direct impact in our region’s ability to deliver the affordable housing that is needed now and in the future. Mountain Housing Opportunities is actively seeking investment partners to provide flexible capital that can help us meet our development and acquisition goals. 

Mountain Housing Opportunities partners with both institutional and individual investors to create affordable housing investment opportunities that fuel community development and diversify portfolios of all sizes. There are many names for investment partnerships in our current market: Impact Investing, Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG),  Program-Related Investments (PRIs), and Equity Equivalents (EQ2s). 

To learn more about investment opportunities, please contact Geoffrey Barton, President & CEO, at 828.254.4030 ext. 130 or geoffrey@mtnhousing.org. Our team would be pleased to share information about our current capital and acquisition needs and other fiscal and operational information.

More About MHO

MHO remains the most productive, local, not-for-profit housing partner in Western North Carolina, focused on developing new affordable housing and preserving existing affordability. MHO’s mission is to build and improve homes, neighborhoods, communities, and lives and build hope and dignity in the people we serve. At MHO, we believe if you work in this community, you should be able to live here in a safe, attractive home in a good neighborhood, and when you retire or become disabled, this should still be true. This belief has fueled our mission over the last 35 years. The work MHO leads in the region—in building and preserving housing affordability—has never been more relevant than it is today. Since 1988, MHO has financed and developed more than 1,300 affordable apartments, helped more than 500 families and individuals achieve homeownership, and provided more than 5,000 homeowners with safety-related home repairs. MHO operates as both a Community Housing Development Organization and a Community Development Financial Institution.

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