EisnerAmper featured Mosser Capital in a two-part series on their podcast Breaking Ground. Neveo Mosser, Chairman of Mosser Capital, and Jim Farris, CEO of Mosser Capital, joined host Youmna Assad to discuss leadership in the workforce housing sector and how to best deliver affordable housing to residents.
“It's always been important for us, especially within the family, that we are active in our communities not only from a business standpoint but also from a civic and social impact standpoint.”
- NEVEO MOSSER
In Part 1: The Journey to Become a Workforce Housing Leader, Neveo shared Mosser’s deep roots as a 65-year old African American and woman-owned family business. Mosser Companies was started in the 1950s by Neveo’s father to provide more affordable workforce housing in San Francisco. Neveo discussed Mosser’s commitment to serving diverse communities and resident populations in the best way possible.
For Part 2: Delivering More Affordable Housing in California, Youmna spoke with Jim about the significance of increasing the supply of workforce housing. Jim discussed Mosser Capital’s focus on urban workforce housing—and why that priority is increasing in importance. He also provided insights into where the real estate market is headed, how COVID-19 has impacted the residential real estate market in California and how Mosser Capital will leverage new technology to benefit their business moving forward.