Impact Seven is pleased to announce the addition of Josh Molter to its team as a Director of Real Estate Development.

Josh joins Impact Seven at a busy time, with multiple projects in the pipeline for 2017. Josh will assist in all aspects of Impact Seven’s development projects including grant administration, predevelopment, scheduling, project management, draws and financing. He will play a key role on Impact Seven’s housing development team, which is focused on creating and preserving affordable and mixed-income housing in both rural and urban communities.

 Josh brings over 10-years of experience managing complex commercial and multifamily development projects, including 6-years developing affordable housing communities.  Most recently Josh worked as Senior Project Manager with Bear Development, where he oversaw all aspects of market rate and affordable housing development.  He also worked at the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority (WHEDA), where he managed LIHTC applications and multifamily lending projects.  Josh earned both his business degree is Real Estate and law degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

With his assistance, Impact Seven’s Real Estate Development Team will continue its deep connection to Wisconsin’s rural communities through acquisition and reinvestment in existing affordable housing stock, with a particular focus on expiring Rural Development 515 developments. Likewise, Impact Seven remains committed to creating new housing options that meet the needs of urban areas in Wisconsin and its neighboring states.

Impact Seven is a nationally-known 501(c)(3) non-profit Community Development Corporation with a focus on business development and affordable housing. As a consultant, lender, investor and developer, Impact Seven has helped numerous communities make significant strides toward revitalizing distressed housing and economies. The organization is a certified Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), manages Small Business Administration (SBA) and US Department of Agriculture (USDA) loan programs, and is part owner of a community development bank. One of the largest non-profit developers of affordable housing in Wisconsin, Impact Seven is a statewide Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) and currently manages a rental portfolio of over 1,400 housing units.