Impact Seven’s approach to housing development is flexible, sustainable and resourceful. 

We are flexible

Understanding a community’s needs and the flexibility to craft a project that is responsive to those needs are critical elements to a successful housing development. Impact Seven is committed to working with project partners and local stakeholders to build developments that support community goals and improve the lives of low and moderate income households. We have broad experience with a range of rental housing development types such as new construction, historic and adaptive reuse, mixed use, urban infill and rural developments. If market demand is present, Impact Seven will work anywhere in the State of Wisconsin, whether it is an urban infill or rural rehabilitation.

We are sustainable

Impact Seven seeks to develop rental communities that are sustainable from both a design and financial perspective. As a long-term owner, Impact Seven has a vested interest in utilizing building methods and materials that create a building that is energy efficient and will withstand the test of time. In addition, Impact Seven employs underwriting to ensure its developments can remain affordable to tenants and will be financial viable over a thirty-year period.

We are resourceful

Impact Seven has a successful track record of securing various grants, low interest loans and other sources of “soft financing” that close budget gaps and provide long term affordability. Impact Seven views real estate development as a collaborative process and considers strong relationships to be an important resource.
  • Multifamily Housing
  • Single-Family Housing
  • Mixed-Use
  • Mixed-Income
  • Historic
  • Commercial

Highly Experienced with:

  • HUD Financing
  • HOME Funding
  • CDBG Funding
  • FHLB AHP Funding
  • Historic Tax Credits
  • Low-Income Housing Tax Credits
  • USDA Rural Development Financing

Memberships & Affiliations

  • Wisconsin Department of Administration Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO)
  • City of Milwaukee CHDO
  • NeighborWorks America Preservation Working Group; Rural Initiative


  • 2014 Wells Fargo NEXT Award

  • FHLB Award for Partnership (with Layton Boulevard West Neighbors)