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Southeast Regional Impact Opportunity Zone Fund 

THE CHALLENGE

Growing trends in population migration from northern cities to "zoom cities" like Greenville, Charlotte, the south create questions of equitable growth, post-COVID recovery, and affordable housing. 

Without action from mission-driven investors, wealth inequities and associated issues will increase over time.

OPPORTUNITY

Local Initiatives Support Corporation is partnering with Blueprint Local in the Southeast (SE) Regional Impact Opportunity Zone (OZ) Fund to enhance and ensure impact in opportunities across the sunbelt of the United States.

 

The SE Regional Impact OZ Fund focuses on finding opportunistic, non-institutional markets and impact investments in "zoom cities" across the Southeastern part of the US.

The fund invests in

Multifamily Housing

LISC AS AN IMPACT PARTNER AND INVESTOR

LISC will be partnering with Blueprint Local on impact evaluation and community engagement. All investments will be looked at through an impact lens, and investment committee review impact metrics like below alongside financial projections in decision-making.

  • Quality local jobs

  • Wealth accumulation opportunities for residents

  • Community-enhancing amenities

  • Diversity & inclusion

  • Minimized displacement

  • Sustainability

  • Alignment with community priorities

Learn more about our comprehensive Impact Framework

The investment pools sponsored by LISC are available only to eligible investors, are offered only pursuant to their official offering documents, and are managed by LISC Fund Management, which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of LISC.  LISC Fund Management is an investment adviser registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”).  Registration of an investment adviser with the SEC does not imply any level of skill or training. Please visit the SEC’s website at www.adviserinfo.sec.gov to see LISC Fund Management’s Form ADV, which contains important disclosures, including further disclosures about material conflicts of interest, risks, and limitations associated with LISC Fund Management.