Investing in local communities

Our business is only as strong as the communities we serve. We are helping to build neighborhoods where diverse communities across income levels have access to stable, affordable housing and homeownership opportunities. Our work with local hospitals, governments, schools and community financial institutions helps to support the health, stability and vibrancy of our communities.

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This Real Estate Developer is Building a Foundation for Growth in Washington, D.C. 

Adrian Washington’s Neighborhood Development Company is helping communities flourish by building affordable housing and creating space for local businesses—with support from JPMorganChase.

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One Entrepreneur Helping to Revitalize Detroit

How JPMorgan Chase is helping small business owner and local developer Marcus Jones revitalize his neighborhood and develop Detroit’s workforce for the city’s next chapter.  

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These Women Are Powering Affordable Housing In NYC

Tonya Ores of Neighborhood Housing Services of Brooklyn and Jeanique Riche-Druses of JPMorgan Chase are empowering women ­­to manage their properties.

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Keeping the U.S. Connected for More Than 200 Years

JPMorgan Chase supports the development of American communities through financing infrastructure that helps connect the world and powers the global economy.

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Achieving more together

Reflects figures from 2021-2023 unless specified otherwise

250K

affordable housing units

Created or preserved to help address the housing affordability gap

$1.4B

in New Markets Tax Credit investments

Produced to help spur economic growth in low-income communities

$400M

in philanthropic capital

Committed in 2021 as part of a five-year initiative to improve housing affordability and stability for Black, Hispanic and Latino households

14K+

home purchase loans

Home purchase and refinance loans originated for Black, Hispanic and Latino households across the economic spectrum in 2023.

$14B

in new, renewed, or replaced loans

Extended to government, healthcare, higher education and nonprofit institutions

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Watch Chantal’s story.

Making Homeownership A Reality

Chantal Legagneur lived in a small walk-in basement with her two daughters and elderly mother while she saved money to buy a home. She is now a proud first-time homebuyer thanks to her tenacity and assistance from Chase Home Lending Advisor, Ennell Esperance. With Ennell’s help, Chantal secured a $100,000 grant from New York City and a $5,000 Chase home buyer grant.

Housing Supply Solutions to Prioritize in 2024

The JPMorganChase PolicyCenter identified three immediate steps that could meaningfully impact the housing supply and affordability crisis.

Tackling Persistent Residential Vacancy, Abandonment, & Disrepair

Vacant homes can create a cycle of economic decline that depresses property values, limits economic activity, and contributes to physical disrepair of homes. JPMorganChase shares lessons learned from our multi-faced approach to help advance place-based neighborhood development strategies.