PCRI Seeks Contractors for Capital Improvements

Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives (PCRI) extends an open Request for Proposals to perform capital improvements at 12 PCRI-owned scattered-site affordable rental homes in Portland. The projects are located in North and Northeast Portland. Scopes of work vary by…

PCRI Welcomes New Maintenance Staff

Three new staff members joined PCRI’s in-house maintenance team in September 2018. Anatoliy Trofimenko, Judith Russo, and Chris Palacios joined PCRI’s existing staff of refurbishment and repair technicians who respond to residents’ repair needs and…

Pathway 1000 Awarded ‘Innovator’ Honors

PCRI’s Pathway 1000 initiative earned Bank of America’s Innovator Award at the 2018 Housing Oregon Conference. Bank of America’s Sindy Spivak presented the award to Executive Director Maxine Fitzpatrick at the September 7, 2018 conference….

PCRI Workshop Helps Buyers ‘Get Ready to Be Ready’

As part of the Pathway 1000 initiative, PCRI is excited to host a seminar on September 26 focused on helping future homebuyers “get ready to be ready.” RSVP online and join us to learn what…

PCRI Hosts ‘Awesome’ Resident Appreciation Event

PCRI hosted its second-annual Resident Appreciation and Back to School event on August 18 at Columbia Park. In addition to a cook-out hosted by NW Natural with burgers, hot dogs and other food, the event offered…

Construction Underway on Williams Townhomes

PCRI and Albina Construction began development of four new townhomes on N Williams Avenue in April 2018. Construction of the new homes is proceeding briskly, with foundation and walls quickly taking shape. When complete in…

Maxine Fitzpatrick Appointed to Homeownership Council

On June 12, the Oregon legislature announced the appointment of 11 members, including PCRI Executive Director Maxine Fitzpatrick, to the Task Force on Addressing Racial Disparities in Home Ownership. House Bill 4010 was passed in…

Pathway 1000 Community Magazine Published

Following the release of the Pathway 1000 Implementation Plan, PCRI and Flossin Media recently produced the Pathway 1000 Magazine, a companion publication which focuses on the people working to implement the Pathway 1000 initiative. With…

For more than 25 years, Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives has reinvested in Portland’s neighborhoods, preserved their diversity and provided tools to help low-income Portland families and individuals achieve stability and self-sufficiency.  From our original task of helping people who were unknowingly swindled out of their homes, PCRI has come a long way.  Still, the challenges are constant—as is our presence as an anchor of stable, diverse and livable Portland neighborhoods.

Stability

PCRI owns more than 700 units of affordable rental housing, primarily in the north and northeast communities of Portland. Below market rate rentals allow families and individuals the chance for stability in their lives, without the worry of constantly moving.

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Available Rentals

Self Sufficiency

PCRI’s Programs and Resident Services provide culturally-competent services that encourage and promote self-sufficiency and leadership for children, parents and families.  Free of charge to PCRI residents, some programs are made available to the greater community.

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Wealth Creation

PCRI provides an innovative and effective Homeownership Program, preparing residents to transition from renting to first-time homeownership. The facets of this program progress from family stability to asset building to wealth creation through homeownership.

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