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Release date: 6/15/2022
NeighborWorks America Media
Outpriced but not out of luck: NeighborWorks America housing experts weigh in on helping people find and keep homes
Empowering people to find and maintain stable housing is important in the current challenging housing market. NeighborWorks America is helping people become homeowners and overcome obstacles to retaining their homes. Vice President of National Homeownership Programs Noelle Melton
and Vice President of National Initiatives Tonya Tyler
are leading efforts to help ensure that people can afford to own homes, understand what is needed to stay in them, and know what resources are available.
Our experts can discuss:
- What NeighborWorks America is doing to close the racial homeownership gap.
- How NeighborWorks network organizations around the country help people get into homes and keep them.
- How housing counselors in the NeighborWorks network can talk potential homeowners through their options and educate people who want to own a home on all aspects of homeownership.
June 15 — ongoing, via phone, email and Zoom
Noelle Melton, Vice President, National Homeownership Programs, NeighborWorks America
Noelle Melton leads NeighborWorks America's efforts to support financial stability and wealth building through strategic planning and program development. She manages the creation and refinement of strategies and tools to support the NeighborWorks network.
Tonya Tyler, Vice President, National Initiatives
Tonya Tyler has significant experience in housing and foreclosure prevention and has held a variety of roles during her 12 years at NeighborWorks America. She led NeighborWorks America's National Foreclosure Mitigation Counseling (NFMC) Program, which helped more than 2 million homeowners receive foreclosure counseling.
About NeighborWorks America
For more than 40 years, Neighborhood Reinvestment Corp., a national, nonpartisan nonprofit known as NeighborWorks America, has strived to make every community a place of opportunity. Our network of excellence includes nearly 250 members in every state, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. NeighborWorks America offers grant funding, peer exchange, technical assistance, evaluation tools, and access to training as the nation's leading trainer of housing and community development professionals. NeighborWorks network organizations provide residents in their communities with affordable homes, owned and rented; financial counseling and coaching; community building through resident engagement; and collaboration in the areas of health, employment, and education.