‘Neighborhood investment company’ helps Los Angeles residents buy back the block

  • The Echo Park Neighborhood REIT will be structured as a public-benefit corporation and managed for the long term health of the community. Individuals will be able to invest as little as $100 and own a share of the income produced by the real estate portfolio as well as its underlying value.

Access Ventures seeks new ways to lower costs for the housing insecure

  • With its Reconstruct Challenge, Louisville-based Access Ventures, aims to identify approaches to reduce ancillary costs, including transportation and food costs, that can push many families’ total housing costs north of 50% of disposable incomes, founder Bryce Butler told ImpactAlpha.