January 7, 2016

Growth Through The Housing Investment Fund

Written by Greg Buehner

Pi Kappa Phi Properties has grown significantly over the past few years due in large part to the development of the Housing Investment Fund.

The Housing Investment Fund was established in 2012 by the Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity Supreme Chapter to further the Fraternity’s and Pi Kappa Phi Properties’ goals to provide quality local chapter homes for each chapter. The Housing Investment Fund is funded through an annual fee for undergraduate chapters. The fee is based on a chapter’s total number of undergraduate members. Properties produces an annual report detailing the disbursement and allocation of all monies from the Housing Investment Fund.

Pi Kappa Phi Properties has been able to acquire seven chapter houses since the initial funding began in the spring semester 2013. In 2013, Properties purchased the Epsilon Eta (Winthrop) chapter house. In 2014, Housing Investment Fund dollars were used to acquire the Theta Mu (UMass – Amherst), Eta Upsilon (Miami – OH) and Delta Psi (Texas – Arlington) properties. In 2015, Properties purchased the Eta Gamma (Colorado), Zeta Theta (Texas – Austin) and Kappa Beta (Illinois State) chapter homes. No doubt these acquisitions would not be possible without the investment made by Pi Kappa Phi chapters across the country. For more information about the Housing Investment Fund contact the Pi Kappa Phi Properties staff at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by phone at 980-318-5360.

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