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Our Team: Community Lending Asset Management

Our Team: LIHTC Asset Management

Long-term relationships you can count on.

Our asset management team is collaborative and highly experienced in managing projects to ensure they meet all performance goals for the ongoing success of your community development, business expansion or historic rehabilitation project.

Our Community Lending Team

With a wide range of experience and a service-oriented mind set, our team works with a diverse spectrum of businesses, nonprofits and organizations to fulfill their community development goals.

The Basics of Community Lending

Community lending is available for the rehabilitation, construction and stabilization of real estate projects of any size. Get the products and services you need.

Portfolio Highlights

Our lending programs finance a broad spectrum of community development needs, ranging from multi-family and senior rental to special-needs housing and commercial development projects.

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U.S. Bank is not responsible for and does not guarantee the products, services or performance of its affiliates and third parties.

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