We are thrilled to announce the launch of the Women in Real Estate Mentorship Program, presented by C3 and DNA Construction.
At C3, we focus on catalyzing development in low to moderate communities, creating local jobs, and closing the racial and wealth gap– and we do this in part by centering our attention on women in real estate. This mentorship program is a testament to our commitment to that mission.
This program is a unique opportunity for women who are ready to take their real estate journey to the next level. Click apply now for more information and our application.
For questions please reach out to Support@C3.fund
C3 Fund Mission
Provide BIPOC and women small business owners with capital to rehab 1-4 unit properties in low to moderate income neighborhoods.
Who We Serve
BIPOC and women real estate investors operating in low to moderate income communities with experience of 2 or more projects in the last 3 years
C3 Fund – CDFI
Community Development Financial Institutions play an important role in generating economic growth and opportunity in underserved communities. The CDFI designation is awarded by the US Treasury to mission-driven financial institutions that support economically disadvantaged communities through the injection of new sources of capital into neighborhoods which have historically lacked access to financing.
The C3 Fund will place capital into low to moderate income census tracts in a way that is beneficial for the borrower and the community.
The four pillars that C3 focuses on are:
1) Closing wealth gap for BIPOC and women investors
2) Revitalizing historically disinvested neighborhoods
3) Creating quality affordable and workforce housing
4) Creating quality jobs for local subcontractors
Committed to Chicago land to Underserved
average loan size
Specialty lending requires specialty lenders. C3 Fund works to be the best in lending to small business entrepreneurs who work in the building and housing space.
Acquisition and Rehab Loans
- 1 – 4 units
- 12 months
- Market-Competitive Pricing
- Lending in Boston, Chicagoland, North Carolina, and Texas