Strengthening communities is always a smart investment.

Affordable housing is not just a roof over one's head. It is a stepping stone towards a better future, a pathway to improved health, education, and employment opportunities.

Our investments help revitalize neighborhoods, turning them into vibrant communities where people are proud to live and work.

We’re creating opportunities for households to thrive.

Revitalizing America from Coast to Coast

$3.3 Billion

Total Equity Raised


Affordable Homes Created


States & Territories

Number of units


*Map represents combined portfolio, including data from MGM and TCF1

An investment in affordable housing is more than just a financial transaction – it’s a catalyst for positive change. By directing much-needed capital toward the development of affordable housing, we are empowering communities, fostering social cohesion and stimulating economic growth.

Our Economic Impact

105,177 Jobs created

Jobs generated by the actual construction and development of the homes.

$1.2 B Local tax revenue

Local government revenue generated from sources such as taxes and fees.

$6.5 B Local income generated

Local income which includes wages, salaries, and local business owners' income.

$33.7 MM In savings to address food insecurity for families
$2.8 MM In reduced public health costs from housing the homeless
$710.1 MM Increased lifetime earnings for children in low-poverty neighborhoods

Empowering Community, Enriching Lives: Giving Back to the Places We Call Home

Hunt Capital Partners and its parent, Hunt Companies, are committed to providing support to organizations and community events that enhance communities where we live and work. Our support extends to organizations in the areas of education, economic development, military family projects, healthcare, and quality-of-life initiatives.

A culture of community support is fostered throughout the Hunt organization. In addition to corporate financial contributions, our employees are engaged in the communities where Hunt operates or has a presence.


Woody and Gayle Hunt Family Foundation

Woody and Gayle Hunt Family Foundation

Since its inception, The Woody and Gayle Hunt Family Foundation has made grants and commitments totaling $111.4 million to 600 charitable organizations, investing in underserved, economically disadvantaged communities in El Paso County, Texas, Southern New Mexico, and Ciudad Juarez.

Hunt Heroes Foundation

Hunt Military Communities Foundation

Launched in 2018, the Hunt Military Communities Foundation is a non-profit organization that supports the growth and development of military families while addressing critical areas of health, education, housing, and overall community support.

USC Ross Minority Program in Real Estate

USC Ross Minority Program in Real Estate

Hunt Capital Partners assists the USC Ross Minority Program in Real Estate by funding an endowment to provide scholarship opportunities for four students per year over a period of five years, enabling members of minority groups to establish a foundation to become leaders in real estate finance and development.

Open Access by Project Reap

Open Access by Project Reap

With diversity and inclusion as top of mind, Hunt Capital Partners has sponsored the Open Access program by Project REAP, which provides fellowships for BIPOC professionals to develop critical real-world experience in the affordable housing industry.

Truist Momentum

Truist Momentum

Hunt Capital Partners has launched the Truist Momentum program for low-income families and seniors at select affordable housing properties in the South. This program provides residents with access to an online library that equips them with tools and resources to build a positive relationship with their money.



Through Homes4Families, Hunt Capital Partners volunteers its time and resources by helping construct affordable housing for low-income veterans and their families. To date, Homes4Families has assisted over 386 low-income families, including 151 veterans and military families, in achieving housing ownership and moving up the economic ladder.