In developed markets, mortgage financing is readily available, reaching 50 percent or more of gross domestic product (GDP). But in emerging markets it's often less than 10 percent of GDP. In Georgia it's even less than that. IFC is helping address this challenge, committing more than $350 million in lending and equity financing to Georgia's financial sector from 2009 to 2013. This financial boost -- one of the broadest and most systemic efforts IFC has undertaken in support of any country's financial sector -- has ensured lending to small and medium enterprises, and to homeowners like Tamuna Matatashvili and Goga Eradze.