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Is NBA star Chris Paul the new face of affordable housing?

Turner Impact Capital sure loves celebrities.

Actress Eva Longoria is an investor in its impact fund for affordable and workforce housing, while former tennis champ Andre Agassi partnered with the firm on a $400 million charter school fund.

Now, L.A. Clippers’ guard Chris Paul is investing his dollars and fame to help Turner’s Multifamily Impact Fund reach its $1 billion goal.

Turner Impact was launched in 2014 to invest in affordable and workforce housing, schools and healthcare facilities.

Photo credit: Business Wire

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