Investing in and rehabilitating homes and apartment buildings around the country is just part of our goal. Coseo also invests in communities and their people. We offer community programs that help us identify and donate properties to charitable organizations, and employ as many workers as possible who have the greatest income needs.
“My firm has completed 19 transactions on over 2,600 multifamily units with Coseo. Their integrity throughout the past decade is unparalleled. Coseo finishes deals and never waste anyone’s time.” – Greg Coulter, Income Property Organization Michigan
In Atlanta, we made purchasing a home possible for House of Hope, a non-profit organization that provides transitional housing and other services to women and children who have been victims of domestic violence.
In Detroit, Coseo has also donated properties for use by non-profit groups and churches. Our main focus, however, has been to create jobs in a region hard-hit by the decline of the automobile industry, among other socioeconomic woes, and rehabilitating homes in dying neighborhoods.
We feel privileged to give hope and a new start to good people and families in the communities we invest. We believe the concept of an investment goes beyond physical structures, we invest in the lives of the residents and their local economies. Our property donations and charity work in communities not only benefit those communities, but allow us to form relationships that ultimately benefit our investors as well.