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CCA supports Crankstart's affordable housing investment

CCA is proud to have supported Crankstart with an investment that brings innovation and impact to the affordable housing crisis.


Crankstart brings innocation and impact to the affordable housing crisis

"Crankstart was proud to make a $10 million Program Related Investment that helped make 168 affordable apartments available for low-income households," said Missy Narula, CEO of Crankstart.






We applaud how Crankstart and Catalyst Impact Fund, Inc. (CIF), a California-based nonprofit housing investor, are able to reduce rents as much as 50% inside of current market rates and develop a renter wealth creation model to empower intergenerational economic mobility.



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