Investor confidence and competitive returns throughout our 24-year history.
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Since our inception, capital has always been critical to CDT’s sustainable growth.
CDT is a unique CDFI with a double-bottom line, dedicated to raising and investing private capital to expand high-quality, affordable housing and high-performing charter schools across the country.
CDT leverages its REIT (real estate investment trust) structure to make long-term, strategic investments that combine strong returns for our investors with added-value focus on social returns for the residents in the communities we serve.
To learn more about our commitment to community, please visit our impact page.
Maintaining our Financial Strength and Effective Corporate Governance Policies
Our management team and board of directors include leaders in real estate, banking, impact investing as well as professionals with a broad range of skills and expertise in asset allocation and portfolio and risk management.
Our continued success rests on this passionate team’s vision to protect and grow our capital base and investment portfolio through disciplined investment decisions.
Please email email@example.com for a full version of CDT’s Strategic Plan and to discuss ideas about how we can partner to increase affordable housing.
Since our inception, CDT’s general partners have proven their experience investing in and owning affordable properties:
in total dividends paid
states and regions
of consistent investment performance and positive community impact
CDT’s History of Capital Raises
|1999: Common Stock||$ 32 million|
|2003: Common Stock||$ 35 million|
|2006: Convertible Preferred, Series A||$ 64 million|
|2014: Redeemable Preferred, Series B||$ 54 million|
|2017: Convertible Preferred, Series C||$ 33 million|
|2018: Redeemable Preferred, Series D||$ 85.5 million|
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TD Bank, N.A.
The Northern Trust Company
The Reinvestment Fund
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