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$15 Billion in anticipated Opportunity Zone investment identified by NCSHA; Dan Gauthier, Rose Law Group transactional attorney handling many Opportunity Zones, comments on O-Zones wide-ranging investment potential

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NCSHA Opportunity Zone Fund Directory. Based upon 53 Qualified Opportunity Funds; some funds target multiple investment sectors.

 

By NCSHA

WASHINGTON, DC — The National Council of State Housing Agencies (NCSHA) has released a significantly expanded third edition of its Opportunity Zone Fund Directory featuring 53 Qualified Opportunity Funds (QOFs) representing nearly $15 billion in anticipated investment in designated high-poverty neighborhoods. NCSHA reviewed public information on these 53 funds and found the following.

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“Although the early focus of Opportunity Zone investments tends to be on commercial real estate (CRE), the scope of potential investment goes far beyond CRE – the Opportunity Zone program allows for investment in new and existing businesses, infrastructure, renewable energy, and much more.”

~Daniel Gauthier 

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