NHPF Predevelopment Loan Fund, LLC
United States of America
Last updated 12 May 2020, by Impactyield.
Developed countries (203) / More developed regions (202) / More developed regions (North America, Asia & Oceania) (153) / United States of America (112)
The NHPF Predevelopment Loan Fund(NHPF) makes investments that alleviate the shortage of affordable housing by preserving and rehabilitating multifamily housing in North America.
Investment return goal is 4% gross, 3% net, paid quarterly. Individual loans advanced from Fund capital will roll over and be reinvested within the seven year term, with no new loans made after year five. Average time each loan will be outstanding will typically be 18 to 36 months.
Counsel to the Fund has advised that an investment in the Fund may meet the requirements for an eligible investment by a bank under the Community Reinvestment Act. Investors in the Fund must rely on the advice of their own legal counsel in connection with making an investment, including without limitation, whether such investment qualifies as an eligible investment under the Community Reinvestment Act.
The $5 million of predevelopment capital sought through this Fund will allow NHPF to preserve and create over $100 million of affordable rental housing.
The Fund will make loans to NHPF or an affiliate thereof, which is acquiring or developing a property for pre-development costs. The Fund will loan funds at an interest rate of 4% gross, 3% net to investors. If the borrower fails to repay the loan, NHPF shall provide up to $500,000 to reimburse the Fund for any unpaid principal and interest.
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Key performance indicators
Asset manager: The NHP Foundation
Product track record: Fund has 7 years of track record
Target IRR: 3%
Committed Capital: 0 USD (US Dollar)
Target return category: Below risk-adjusted market-rate of return
Fund domicile: United States of America
Product status: Open - committed capital
Inception year: 2016
Vintage year: 2016
Target region: Developed countries, More developed regions, More developed regions (North America, Asia & Oceania), United States of America
Target close date: 01/09/2016
Product term: 7 years
Assets under management: 5,000,000 USD (US Dollar)
Investment size: Min: 0; Max: 0; Avg: 0
Currency of investments: USD (US Dollar)
Currency for fund / product figures: USD (US Dollar)
Fund investments to date: 17
Fund investments to date exited or repaid: 10
Management fee: 1%
Carried interest: n.a.
Hurdle rate: n.a.
GIIN Investors' Council Investment: No
Limited Partners / Investors: n.a.
Limited Partner / Investor Type: Endowments/Foundations, Family Office, Pension Funds, Other Institutional Investors
Phone number: 202-312-2507
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Richard F. Burns
President & Chief Executive Officer
Thomas G. Vaccaro
Senior Vice President
The need for affordable housing is growing dramatically in the United States. Out of 43 million households that rent, an unprecedented 21.3 million renter households – one in roughly half of all renters in the U.S. - spend more than half of their monthly income on rent. With that rental cost burden, there is very little left for the other necessities of life, such as food, healthcare, education and transportation to employment. At last measure, there were 11.2 very low income families competing for 7.3 million units considered affordable to them, a housing supply gap of 3.9 million units. Rising rents and stagnant wages have made most rental housing unaffordable to low income families.
Starting at year-end 2013, more than one million subsidized apartment units have been reaching the end of their affordable use restrictions. Without preserving these properties as affordable, they can be sold to market rate developers who can rehabilitate them and substantially increase rents, rents usually unaffordable to existing tenants. The confluence of: 1) minimal new construction relative to demand, 2) older affordable properties deteriorating out of existence and 3) properties with expiring use restrictions being sold to market rate developers combine to exacerbate an already critical situation.
The investors in this Fund will earn an economic return, help to alleviate the critical shortage of affordable multifamily housing and make a real social impact.