Archie Willis spent over 15 years working in the areas of real estate development and public finance. During this time, he realized the potential impact if these areas of expertise were combined to work in urban communities that suffered from historical disinvestment. As a result, Archie Willis founded Community Capital in 1999 to provide affordable housing and community development consulting services. In 2002, the firm expanded its services to include municipal financial advisory services; and in 2003, Pamela Clary joined the firm to lead the firm’s public finance practice. In 2007, the firm rebranded its municipal finance services as ComCap Advisors, a division of Community Capital. ComCap Advisors was formed as an independent financial advisory practice that serves public sector clients. In 2016, the parent company, Community Capital, was rebranded as ComCap Partners.

Key Moments in our history:


Community Capital founded.


Begins work in affordable housing serving as a financial advisor for the redevelopment of Hurt Village and Lauderdale Court (now Uptown Memphis).


Community Capital enters the municipal finance business as co-financial advisor to the Memphis and Shelby County Sports Authority for the $202 million bond issue to fund the FedEx Forum.


Community Capital applied its financing acumen, transaction management skills and real estate experience to the area of real estate development as Local Development Partner, in partnership with McCormack Baron Salazar, for the University Place (Lamar Terrace) Hope VI Development.


Community Capital partners with McCormack Baron Salazar as Local Developer Partner in a second HOPE VI development, Legends Park (Dixie Homes).


Community Capital rebrands its municipal finance advisory practice as ComCap Advisors, a division of Community Capital.


Community Capital partners with Pennrose Properties and Duvernay + Brooks as Local Development Partner for the Cleaborn Pointe at Heritage Landing (Cleaborn Homes) Hope VI Development.


Community Capital reunites with McCormack Baron Salazar as Local Development Partner in the South City (Foote Homes) Choice Neighborhoods Initiative.


Community Capital rebranded as ComCap Partners.
In over 17 years of business, ComCap Partners has served as a Municipal Financial Advisor for more than $8 billion in tax-exempt and taxable bonds and a financial consultant or developer partner in the development of over 4,200 units of affordable and mixed-income housing.