Workforce Housing

Workforce housing properties are Class B or C multifamily buildings that offer good quality affordable housing to families who earn below the area median income.

Contrary to Class A properties that are situated in the urban cores and provide luxury amenities to its high income tenants or residents, workforce housing properties focus on providing day to day necessities to the working families such as transportation assistance, on site daycare or computer, financial or literacy courses etc.

Real estate investors who invest in developing Workforce housing offer attractive risk-adjusted returns while simultaneously improving the country’s affordable housing crisis.

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