We’re closing the gap on rising housing costs and opening options for your hardworking neighbors.
For a moment, consider the single parent or retired veteran on a fixed income; the young professional with student loans; or the full-time minimum-wage essential worker who pays more than their means just to stay in their current city. As rental prices continue to surpass income growth across the nation, the struggle to find safe, affordable housing is becoming increasingly more difficult. Decent housing in the same community in which you work, or in your child’s school district should never come with a price tag that’s out of reach; every community needs a variety of housing types.
The Pedcor Difference
Provide high-quality affordable housing solutions in areas of opportunity that cultivate thriving communities and a higher quality of life.
People, progress, and promises. We’re family-owned and operated with a passion for building vibrant, inclusive communities that provide essential housing to our nation’s workforce. We have worked hard to ensure our residents and partners, especially those historically marginalized by society, feel a sense of belonging with us. Fulfilling potential is the pathway to real community and our measure of success.
Pedcor, like so many individuals and companies, is examining how we listen, speak up, and expand on efforts to bring about equitable solutions in our lines of work. We support the Black Lives Matter Movement and believe the immense racial disparities in health, housing stability, wealth, education, and criminal justice undermine our nation’s prosperity.
Pedcor for the People|
100 Black Men:
As a people-centric organization, we are firm believers that change happens at home at the micro-level.
Starting in 2017, we have donated both our money and time to the Indianapolis chapter of 100 Black Men of America, Inc., a non-profit that is dedicated to develop the youth of the Indianapolis community through mentoring, education, economic empowerment and health and wellness programs. We have been active contributors to their Financial Literacy Program held at the University of Indianapolis, with our bankers teaching the next generation the tools necessary for financial stability.
You try to do the right thing; be fair; be ethical; stay ahead.
– Bruce Cordingley, Pedcor President & CEO