Thursday, June 30, 2016
At CBD we believe that every person deserves the opportunity to live in safe, decent and affordable housing. Our programs target the housing needs of low-income families and other under-served populations who do not have acceptable housing options through conventional financial channels. All CBD programs and services are currently offered in 5 states: Georgia, Louisiana, Florida, Tennessee, and Texas. Our allocation priority is given to areas identified by the Government by each updated Census as areas where 70 percent of the families who earn an income is 80 percent or less than the statewide median income.
Community & Business Development LLC (CBD) is a multi-state land banking and land trust initiative which assists local nonprofit and governmental entities with the acquisition and redevelopment of distressed properties. We strive to develop partnerships and collaborations with local, state, and national housing based organizations. We combine our expertise in acquiring land and foreclosed properties with local developers knowledge of best construction practices and community needs.
Community & Business Development LLC's (CBD) commitment to creating increased housing opportunities is at the core of our culture. It is evident in how we conduct an ethical, transparent business and in how we interact with our network of residents, communities, board, co-sponsors, volunteers, investors, partners and each other.
We are Ethical: We maintain high ethical standards in the conduct of business.
We are Accountable: We are accountable for the quality of our job performance, the responsible stewardship of the resources entrusted to us and for exemplifying our core values of respect, trust, and commitment.
We are Advocates: We advocate on behalf of the economically poor and support housing-related programs, policies and like-minded groups that create opportunities for them to create positive change in their lives.
We are Diverse: We create an environment that supports and encourages diversity throughout the extended housing community.