Financing Development & Small Business In Indian Country.
At Native Community Capital you are more than a client. And that’s why we are more than just a lender. Together we are partners working to access the financial tools historically denied to tribes. We support the vision of tribal leaders, community developers, aspiring Native homeowners and Native entrepreneurs. We are honored to work with you to think outside the box and build tribal economies.
Here are just a few examples of the projects we’ve funded through Native Community Capital economic development, community development, and small business loans. How can we partner with you to contribute to Indian Country’s future?
Community Development Loan
Northern Pueblo Housing Authority, Picuris Pueblo, $100,000 Bridge Loan.
When the Northern Pueblo Housing Authority (NPH) was approved for a low-interest Federal loan to build a fire station, cumbersome Federal funding processes put the project in jeopardy. With the funding delayed beyond the proposed project completion date, NPH approached Native Community Capital for help. We were able to act quickly and issue a bridge loan that filled the gap in financing until the Federal funds became available. Read more HERE.
Affordable Housing Loan
Native American Connections, Phoenix, Arizona, $1.1M Pre-Development Construction Loan.
Native Community Capital partnered with Native American Connections to provide gap financing for Stepping Stone Place, a Low Income Housing Tax Credit Project offering 72 affordable housing units to address chronic homelessness among Native American adults living in the Phoenix Metro Area.
Small Business Loan
Acton Contracting, Arizona, $60,000 Line of Credit.
After nearly 20 years working in the fuel contracting business, Gene Acton took the first steps to establish Acton Contracting, an 100% American Indian owned plumbing and electrical contracting business within the State of Arizona. Native Community Capital provided a line-of-credit “contract loan” which provides working capital for Acton Contracting to pursue and complete its construction projects. Read more HERE.
Other Recent Project Financing Profiles
Check back regularly to learn about other project financing success stories.
- Domingo Housing Project – 41 Units of Multi-Family Housing (Kewa Pueblo)
- PHX Eats Cafe – Oglala Lakota Owned Small Business
- Vicenti Dirt Work LLC – Jicarilla Apache Owned Small Business
- JAB Holdings LLC – Navajo Owned Small Business
- Lana’i Community Health Center – Remote & Rural Facility Serving Native Hawaiians
- Tewa Women United – Building Improvements for a Native Non-profit
- Major Markets, Inc. – Zuni Owned Organic Grocer
- Rollz Ice Cream & Boba, LLC – San Carlos Apache Owned Small Business
- Native Community Finance – Home Construction Loans for Native Americans
- OXDX, LLC – Navajo Owned Small Business