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In a matter of days, moratoriums are set to expire as millions of people are still struggling to pay their mortgage and rent. Meanwhile, scammers are selling them false solutions. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau advises that as many as 11
NeighborWorks America will award more than $77 million in flexible grants to 239 nonprofit organizations, all members of the NeighborWorks network. These grants will enable NeighborWorks network organizations to continue the work they do every day
Symposium on expanding shared equity housing highlights innovations and best practices in community-owned land
At a time when many people are in financial survival mode, addressing everyday money matters, building long-term stability and wealth is more important than ever. One way to build
The results of the newly released annual Housing and Financial Capability Survey from NeighborWorks America reveal that a significant and growing share of the American public is vulnerable
NeighborWorks America provides $4.78 million in grants to 239 nonprofits impacted by COVID-19 pandemic
NeighborWorks America today announced that the organization awarded $4.78 million in emergency flexible grants to 239 nonprofits to help continue their vital services to the people
NeighborWorks America announced that it awarded more than $74 million in flexible grants to 239 nonprofit organizations, all members of the national NeighborWorks network. This fiscal-year (FY) 2020 grant funding
Portland symposium on expanding financial opportunity highlights promising practices aimed at removing barriers to...
At a time when so many U.S. adults are struggling to make ends meet and getting lost in a cycle of mounting debt, a Dec. 11 symposium in downtown Portland will discuss the importance
NeighborWorks America has acquired Housing Partnership Network's (HPN) Launchpad programming code and will transition Launchpad customers in 2020 as the next step in the evolution of its state-of-the-art client management system
On Oct. 18, NeighborWorks America presented five exemplary individuals with its annual Dorothy Richardson Award for Resident Leadership. The award recognizes tremendous contributions from community leaders.
An Aug. 21 symposium in downtown New Orleans will explore how community development can play a critical role in advancing health, equity and opportunity for low- and moderate-income people. The event will highlight the most promising practices at the intersection of health, housing
NeighborWorks America, the preeminent leader in the national marketplace of housing counseling and sustainable homeownership, is pleased to announce that our new client management system
Younger Americans may want to save for a home, but many are struggling just to make ends meet each month. Paying off credit card and student loan debt is taking
The Neighborhood Reinvestment Corp., dba NeighborWorks America, will award $70 million in flexible grants to 242 nonprofit organizations, all members of the NeighborWorks network.
Cleveland symposium on removing barriers to homeownership addresses challenges facing low- and moderate-income families
A Feb. 20 symposium in downtown Cleveland will explore how to create and sustain housing affordability so that housing remains accessible for current and future homeowners
New network will strengthen Puerto Rico nonprofits to accelerate hurricane recovery and address community...
A new network introduced today will provide training, networking opportunities and funding for nonprofit organizations across Puerto Rico to increase their capacity to meet crucial community needs in areas such as housing
Pittsburgh symposium on community-led transformation brings NeighborWorks America back to its birthplace
In 1968, the collective efforts of Northside Pittsburgh residents led to the creation of the first Neighborhood Housing Services (NHS) organization. The Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation, known as NeighborWorks America, is a product of the pioneering community development model created 50 years ago.
NeighborWorks America receives largest HUD grant to provide and offer training for comprehensive housing...
For the 14th consecutive year, NeighborWorks America has received funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to bolster its training and professional development certification program.
As people across the country struggle to address critical needs like housing and employment, collaboration is key to achieving solid results. Identifying 'change agents' in a region who lead others to a better situation is critical. Residents know best what's working and what's not in their neighborhoods, and often have the local knowledge and insight to solve problems effectively.
When it comes to renting versus buying a home, people across the country express their dissatisfaction: Only 44 percent say homes are affordable for first-time buyers and almost two-thirds agree high rent is making it impossible to save for a future house, according to the annual NeighborWorks America at Home survey.
People saddled with student loan debt are delaying purchasing a home and many worry about their college debt most or all of the time, according to the sixth annual NeighborWorks America at Home survey. The survey, released today, reveals that people with the most debt—millennials and women—are underrepresented among homeowners