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2021 Archive

NeighborWorks America Expert Available to Discuss ‘Shared Ownership’ Housing Models

Now, as low inventory has caused home prices to soar and many people have spent a large part of the year unsuccessfully searching for an affordable home, nontraditional times call for nontraditional paths so people can become homeowners. One innovative homeownership path is shared equity housing.

NeighborWorks America and Wells Fargo Are Keeping People Housed
This new effort to help people stay in their homes provides grants totaling $665,000 and focuses on making a difference in communities of color.
New coalition of leading affordable housing advocates jointly appeal for meaningful GSE Duty to Serve plans
In the face of a mounting housing affordability crisis exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, 20 leading affordable housing organizations today urged the Federal Housing Finance Agency to require Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to substantially improve their Duty to Serve proposals before the regulator approves them.
NeighborWorks America Housing Stability Counseling Program awards more than $88 million in grants to 131 awardees
Newly launched HSCP initiative will help save homes, achieve housing stability for families and individuals. 
NeighborWorks America offers tips to empower homeowners and renters during National Preparedness Month and all year
As National Preparedness Month approaches, NeighborWorks America urges homeowners and renters to apply some essential tips to prepare for potential emergencies and natural disasters.
Middle class momentum missing: NeighborWorks America symposium addresses challenges and opportunities facing middle neighborhoods
Middle neighborhoods are an important part of America's cities and preserving these communities is key to helping the middle class build and maintain long-term wealth.
NeighborWorks America experts: Moratoria expiration date and housing counselor certification deadline will affect thousands trying to keep homes
With the moratoria on foreclosures and evictions scheduled to end July 31, more and more people need help to stay in their homes.
Annual NeighborWorks America survey depicts persistent disparities in homeownership
More than one-in-three Americans are currently looking for a new home, yet unequal access to financial resources keeps dream out of reach for people of color and lower-income earners.
Despite financial setbacks, Americans' interest in homeownership remains high
New survey highlights obstacles facing households during COVID-19 and challenges on the road to Black homeownership.
Annual week of service showcases nonprofits' abilities to create resilient communities
This NeighborWorks Week, NeighborWorks America welcomes eight new organizations who boost equity and inclusion.
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