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About StableCommunities.org

StableCommunities.org is the centerpiece of NeighborWorks® America’s Stable Communities initiative, a national response to the local challenges that arise when foreclosed homes remain vacant or abandoned. The purpose of the site is to provide community development practitioners with information and strategies to stabilize and revitalize communities in the wake of the foreclosure crisis. StableCommunities.org provides resources to nonprofit organizations and their public and private partners, including state and local governments, rehab contractors, researchers, funders, and servicers. 

For more information on NeighborWorks® America’s Stable Communities initiative, please email us.

Support for StableCommunities.org is provided in part by Citi Community Development, Fannie Mae, CIT.

About NeighborWorks America

NeighborWorks® America creates opportunities for people to live in affordable homes, improve their lives and strengthen their communities. A national nonprofit organization created by Congress, NeighborWorks® America provides financial support, technical assistance and training for community-based revitalization efforts. Much of our success is achieved through our support of the NeighborWorks® network ― more than 230 community development organizations working in more than 4,400 urban, suburban and rural communities in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. In the last five years, NeighborWorks® organizations have generated more than $15 billion in reinvestment in these communities.


Acknowledgements

NeighborWorks® America would like to thank the many individuals and organizations that contributed content and provided support for the development and management of the website. We greatly appreciate your hard work and your continued participation.


Contributors

The NeighborWorks® America Stable Communities Initaitive staff

  • Paul Singh, Director
  • Tamar Greenspan, Senior Program Manager
  • Sarah Sturtevant, Program Manager
  • Angela Carlberg, Senior Program Associate

 

 Editorial Contributors:

  • Ann DiPetta
  • Marcia Nedland