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NeighborWorks America awards $100,000 in grants to nonprofits to identify strategies to address gentrification
NeighborWorks America aims to find what new ideas can help to mitigate the negative effects of gentrification and ensure that residents benefit from positive change in their communities.
NeighborWorks network invested more than $2.7 billion in affordable rental housing in 2017
NeighborWorks organizations invested more than $890 million specifically into the construction of new affordable rental homes. All results are for the fiscal year ended Sept. 30, 2017.
Homebuyers received nearly $40 million in down payment assistance from NeighborWorks in 2017
NeighborWorks network organizations across the U.S. last year provided $39.2 million in down payment assistance to consumers, helping thousands of people become homeowners.
More than 2,000 community development professionals are expected to attend NeighborWorks Training Institute; inject more than $4.2 million into local economy
An estimated $4.2 million boost is coming to the Washington, DC economy when more than 2,000 community-development professionals from around the country convene in the city for the NeighborWorks Training Institute Dec. 11-15.
NeighborWorks America trains community leaders and honors local heroes
NeighborWorks America presented six individuals with its annual Dorothy Richardson Award for Resident Leadership.
NeighborWorks lending efforts get boost from more than $18 million in CDFI funds
Twenty-five NeighborWorks organizations around the country have received more than $18 million as part of grants from the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) program.
NeighborWorks America awards $800,000 in grants to nonprofits in communities impacted by hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria
NeighborWorks America (formally known as the Neighborhood Reinvestment Corp.) announced that it awarded $800,000 in grants to 20 organizations in communities affected by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria.
More than 60 percent of adults say ‘the rent is too high’ where they live to save for a home purchase, but wide variations exist across the country
Results from the fifth America at Home surveyshow high rent as an obstacle to saving for a down payment on a home.
Lack of down payment, credit concerns and student loan debt prevent many from achieving homeownership, finds NeighborWorks America survey
Although nearly every American adult considers homeownership a key component of the American dream, thousands of would-be homebuyers—especially people of color and millennials—are shut out of the market because of confusion about down payment requirements, lack of information about credit standards and the burden of student loan debt.
Jeffrey Bryson named acting president and CEO of NeighborWorks America
NeighborWorks America Board of Directors announced today that Jeffrey Bryson will serve as acting president and chief executive officer following the Board's acceptance of Paul Weech's resignation.
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