Meet Adam Coile, our Director of Portfolio Management

Adam Coile
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Adam Coile, NeighborWorks Capital’s Director, Portfolio Management, has over 10 years of experience in affordable housing, commercial real estate, and international development. He joined NeighborWorks Capital in 2016 as a Portfolio Manager. He is responsible for the management of loans after closing, as well as reporting to the Loan Committee. We’ve asked Adam a few questions so you can get to know him.

What keeps you interested in Community Development finance?

Community development finance constantly evolves and the projects in each city vary in size, complexity, and impact.  NeighborWorks Capital allows me to apply my experience in finance and real estate across the country where we help to finance projects. I’m continuously learning and figuring out new ways to use our financial resources to better assist organizations to accomplish their missions.

What is your personal mission? How will your work with NeighborWorks Capital advance that?

My personal mission is to use my experience in finance and real estate to have a positive impact on my community and create tangible outcomes. NeighborWorks Capital advances my mission through our work across the country financing community development projects. We can offer flexible capital that enables organizations to create homes and improve communities.

What drew you to NeighborWorks Capital? I came to NeighborWorks Capital after working in commercial real estate, affordable housing, and international development. I was interested in working on the lending side of community development and was particularly interested in working nationally. NeighborWorks Capital offers diverse financing options and can support projects in every state. I have valued the opportunity to work on complex projects from construction to condos to multi-phased developments.

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