281: Eddie Lorin: How To Invest In Naturally Occurring Affordable Housing


My guest in this episode is Eddie Lorin. During his 30-year career, Eddie Lorin has been responsible for the acquisition of more than $3.7 billion in office, industrial and apartment community assets nationwide. Since 2001, he has successfully purchased and transformed more than $3 billion worth of multifamily real estate (acting as either Principal or Advisor) amounting to more than 180 thriving communities with approximately 40,000 apartment units nationwide.

Eddie Lorin also co-founded 501C-3 non-profit HAPI Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization that brings education and sustainable health, nutrition, and fitness programs directly to the doorsteps of children and families living in multi-family apartment communities.

Eddie’s newest real estate venture, Impact Housing REIT, is on a mission to deliver good financial, social and environmental returns to investors, while providing more affordable, better quality housing, as well as HAPI-sponsored free health-related education, fitness, gardening, and nutrition programs to residents and families living in apartment communities.

The fund is currently raising funds to purchase the first “naturally occurring affordable housing” apartment community in its portfolio – a high rise in Silver Spring, Maryland.

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