Cinnaire Low Income Housing Tax Credit funds have been used to create tens of thousands of affordable housing units to date.
Why Invest in Cinnaire?
For more than 30 years, Cinnaire has built relationships with a strong base of investors and developers across our nine-state geography. Our professionals are experts at balancing expectations of each party and creating the best transaction for everyone. We’re dedicated to matching investors with product and doing it effectively even under rapidly changing market conditions. This is our Culture of Why.
A Double Bottom Line Opportunity: Doing Well by Doing Good
Cinnaire Low-Income Housing Tax Credit funds have been used to create tens of thousands of affordable housing units to date. Additionally, we leverage New Markets Tax Credits to stimulate investments specifically to bring jobs and much-needed services to distressed communities. And investments we make using the Historic Tax Credit program transform historic buildings – often iconic landmarks in their neighborhoods – into full up-to-date housing, commercial, and community spaces.
Since our inception in 1993, we have directed more than $5.7 billion to more than 1,000 development projects. Those investor dollars have helped build 63,000 units of affordable housing. We’ve created or retained more than 93,000 jobs While leveraging more than $10.1 billion in overall community impact. We invest in a range of developments that include affordable housing for families, homeless individuals and veterans, the elderly and disabled. We currently have 69 tax credit equity funds under management. We are serious about the business of providing all people the opportunities of living in healthy communities.
By investing with Cinnaire, you can have a tangible impact on communities-in-need by financing positive change. You’ll quickly realize our entire team–from analysts to senior staff–are committed to devising the best possible deal to meet the needs of our developers, investors and the people who will call the final product home.