Apartment Buildings

There’s no city or state in the U.S. with an adequate affordable housing supply. That’s why, as part of its Racial Equity Commitment, JPMorgan Chase made a commitment to provide $14 billion in new loans, equity investments and other financing to expand affordable housing in underserved communities by 100,000 units.

A key part of that effort is the Affordable Housing Preservation Program, which offers a pricing incentive to qualified property owner/operators who keep their rents affordable.

Kurt Stuart, Director, Commercial Term Lending Northeast, JPMorgan Chase, spoke with Commercial Observer about the program’s goals and progress.

Connect with a banker

By checking the boxes below I consent to JPMorgan Chase using the personal data I have provided to send me:

Opting in for industry insights and invitations is not required to request that we contact you. Learn more about our data practices in our privacy policy.

Equal Housing Logo Credit is subject to approval. Rates and programs are subject to change; certain restrictions apply. Terms and conditions subject to commitment letter. Products and services provided by JPMorgan Chase Bank.

ABOUT THIS MESSAGE: J.P. Morgan, Chase and JPMorgan Chase are marketing names for certain businesses of JPMorgan Chase & Co. and its subsidiaries worldwide. In no event shall J.P. Morgan nor any of its directors, officers, employees or agents be liable for any use of, for any decision made or action taken in reliance upon, or for any inaccuracies or errors in or omissions from, the information herein. © 2023 JPMorgan Chase & Co. All rights reserved.