$15 Billion in anticipated Opportunity Zone investment identified by NCSHA; Dan Gauthier, Rose Law Group transactional attorney handling many Opportunity Zones, comments on O-Zones wide-ranging investment potential


NCSHA Opportunity Zone Fund Directory. Based upon 53 Qualified Opportunity Funds; some funds target multiple investment sectors.



WASHINGTON, DC — The National Council of State Housing Agencies (NCSHA) has released a significantly expanded third edition of its Opportunity Zone Fund Directory featuring 53 Qualified Opportunity Funds (QOFs) representing nearly $15 billion in anticipated investment in designated high-poverty neighborhoods. NCSHA reviewed public information on these 53 funds and found the following.


“Although the early focus of Opportunity Zone investments tends to be on commercial real estate (CRE), the scope of potential investment goes far beyond CRE – the Opportunity Zone program allows for investment in new and existing businesses, infrastructure, renewable energy, and much more.”

~Daniel Gauthier