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Enterprise invested $2.5 billion in communities across the country in 2013, creating more than 16,800 affordable homes. Since 1982, we've invested $16 billion and created nearly 320,000 homes. Each affordable home we have helped build or preserve represents a real person or family – and a platform to the opportunity for a more stable and rewarding life.

Our 2013 annual report features five unique stories about people who live in different homes across the country and the partners who helped create those homes. These real life stories of struggle and success inspire all of us at Enterprise and motivate us to continue carrying out our important mission every day in communities across the country.

In 2013, someone moved a step closer to an affordable home every 30 minutes thanks to Enterprise.

Programmatic strategies and targeted investments drive our focus on achieving profound results for people and communities.

2013 Results

$2.5 billion IN INVESTMENTS
=
16,800+ affordable homes
+
24,519 construction-related jobs
  • Transit-Oriented Development
    affordable homes located near public transit

    9,209 affordable homes
  • Real Estate Development
    economic impact from developments we helped build or preserve

    24,519 construction-related jobs
    $2.9 billion in income for businesses and workers
    $1.1 billion in revenue for federal, state and local governments
  • Green
    grants, loans and equity to support affordable green homes

    $333.5 million
    4,537 green homes
    20 states use Enterprise Green Communities Criteria
  • Senior and Supportive Housing
    affordable homes targeted to vulnerable populations

    2,460 affordable homes for senior households
    1,539 permanent supportive affordable homes
  • Building Stronger Affordable Housing Developers
    technical assistance to nonprofit housing organizations

    273 organizations
    7,000 homes

Historical Results

$16 billion IN INVESTMENTS
=
nearly 320,000 affordable homes
+
80,300+ construction-related jobs
  • Transit-Oriented Development
    affordable homes located near public transit since 2004

    87,800 affordable homes
  • Real Estate Development
    economic impact from developments we helped build or preserve since 2009

    149,796 construction-related jobs
    $11.8 billion in income for businesses and workers
    $4.3 billion in revenue for federal, state and local governments
  • Green
    grants, loans and equity to support affordable green homes since 2004

    $2.9 billion
    37,627 green homes
    20 states use Enterprise Green Communities Criteria
  • Senior and Supportive Housing
    affordable homes targeted to vulnerable populations since 1982

    47,000+ affordable homes for senior households
    30,000+ permanent supportive affordable homes
  • Building Stronger Affordable Housing Developers
    technical assistance to nonprofit housing organizations since 1993

    1,250+ organizations
    75,000 homes