Merritt provides $6.7 million in equity to Rural Communities Housing Development ’s Pine Hill Village to create 30 units for those experiencing homelessness and low income households in Eureka.
Merritt is best known for providing equity capital for affordable housing developments throughout California, having financed close to 10,000 homes for nearly 25,000 low-income people and raising nearly one billion dollars over the past thirty years.
CohnReznick Assessment of Merritt Community Capital Corporation as a Housing Tax Credit Syndicator Dashboard
CohnReznick Assessment of Merritt Community Capital Corporation as a Housing Tax Credit Syndicator.
Fund finances 590 units throughout the Bay Area, Los Angeles, and San Diego.
Merritt provides $9.3 million in equity to People’s Self Help Housing to create 36 new units in Central Coast California, including 5 permanent supportive housing units for Veterans experiencing homelessness, 5 units for low-income Veterans and 25 units for very low and low-income households
Merritt provides $16.1 million in equity to PEP Housing's River City Senior Apartments to create 54 new units affordable to low-income seniors in Petaluma
OAKLAND, CA – Merritt Community Capital Corporation, a leading provider of equity capital for affordable housing in California, announced today that Ari Beliak has been named the organization’s President and Chief Executive Officer.
Merritt Community Capital is pleased to welcome Carl Nichols as its new COO/CFO.
Merritt Community Capital Corporation is pleased to announce the addition of three new members to the Board of Directors: Chuck Cornell, Bob Williams, and Karen Smyda.
Merritt Community Capital Corporation Fund XX, LP, closed. A $42 million institutional low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) fund used to develop more than 400 affordable housing units in California.
The Camp Fire was the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California history and unfortunately Merritt was not immune to the devastation. Our Fund XIV project, Paradise Community Village was completely destroyed, leaving 36 senior families without a place to call home.