"We are thrilled to participate in the SOAR initiative, which aligns well with our long-held mission to provide access to capital in under-served communities," said Daniel Marsh, President and CEO of the National Development Council (NDC). "As a small business lender and provider of PPP loans, we know how challenging it can be to reach communities of color, but our track record shows it can be done. And SOAR is another significant pathway to helping small businesses get back on their feet and thriving again."
Hear from experts about the Biden Administration’s sweeping infrastructure and community development agenda. Washington experts will provide insights into the new State Small Business Credit Initiative, housing assistance funding, and the CDFI Rapid Recovery program. We will provide an in-depth analysis of the infrastructure, housing, and community revitalization proposals in President Biden’s American Jobs Plan […]
NDC is excited to be a participating lender for a new program aimed at getting small businesses and nonprofits across the South affordable capital and critical business support at a time when they need it the most.
¿Todavía tiene preguntas sobre el Programa de protección de cheques de pago (PPP)? Lo escuchamos ... y estamos aquí para ayudar, NDC ha puesto a disposición el siguiente seminario web para ayudar a responder algunas de esas preguntas. En este seminario web, un oficial de préstamos de NDC
NDC’s Community Impact Loan Fund targets lending in low- and moderate-income areas, especially businesses owned by women and minorities, and nonprofits that provide services to underserved populations
Company selects six New York organizations for its Open for Business Fund
Recording now available. Congress just passed a 5,000-page package of Covid relief and new federal spending – the first pandemic relief legislation in almost 8 months. The package includes the largest
NDC Corporate Equity Fund is pleased to announce the closing of Tenny Creek Supportive Living. The project will consist of the new construction of 40 affordable housing units for individuals utilizing Medicaid reimbursement, with support from the HUD public housing and Move to Work subsidy programs.
Chrysalis Center Inc., will be substantially renovating 4 buildings containing 32 units of LIHTC housing comprised of eight (8) efficiency, nineteen (19) one-bedroom, three (3) two-bedroom, and two (2) three-bedroom units of housing located on Asylum Avenue and Huntington Street in Hartford, CT.
Lillis Lofts will be the new construction of forty‐three (43) housing rental units in Urbandale, Iowa. Thirty‐eight (38) units will be affordable to families earning 30%, 40%, and 60% of the AMI, there will also be five (5) market-rate units.