The AFL-CIO Housing Investment Trust has the unique capacity to forge investment partnerships with public and private organizations at the local, state, and national levels. The HIT is a long-term partner in building housing and supporting community development, and it is committed to working with communities in all phases of housing development and financing.
With over $5.6 billion in assets, the HIT offers a variety of attractive loan products that offer the flexibility needed to develop multifamily housing. It also has the technical expertise required to structure complex transactions taking into account the project's unique characteristics and utilizing additional public and private investment dollars to make the project feasible and affordable.
Some of the HIT's longstanding partners include state housing finance agencies such as MassHousing, the Illinois Housing Development Authority, local housing development offices such as the City of New York's Department of Housing Preservation and Development, as well as national housing advocacy groups such as the National Low Income Housing Coalition, the National Housing Conference, the National Alliance to End Homelessness, and Local Initiatives Support Coalition.
The HIT also works in conjunction with groups focused on improving the lives of America's working families such as the Partnership for Working Families.