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Enterprise Green Communities

Enterprise’s mission is to create opportunity for low- and moderate income people through affordable housing in diverse, thriving communities. Over the past 30 years Enterprise has raised and invested more than $11.5 billion to help build or preserve nearly 300,000 homes nationwide. Enterprise launched Green Communities to bring the benefits of green building to all housing. More than 51 percent of all homes financed with Enterprise support meet the Enterprise Green Communities Criteria, the national framework for green affordable housing. Enterprise is committed to 2020Green, a call to action to ensure that all housing has the opportunity to benefit from green practices by 2020. More...