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Avenue CDC Celebrates Logo Launch in Houston’s Near Northside Neighborhood
Payday Lending Alternatives
The ‘Sankofa Initiative’ – A High Impact Urban Agricultural Community
Lease Purchase Agreements – History and Promise
Building Vibrant Spaces through the ‘Power of 10’
The Slavic Village Neighborhood Reinvestment Model
Neighborhood Marketing: Building on Strengths to Change Perceptions
The Business of Community Change
Support for Seniors – The Columbus Cottage Program
Neighborhood Pathways – Improving Connectivity and Livability
Who’s Moving Where –City Trends
Funding Opportunities for Healthy Food Projects
Getting to Know the Folks Nextdoor
Immigrants and Neighborhood Vitality
Expressing Love of Place through Public Art
Equitable Development – Making Sure Low-Income Residents Aren’t Left Behind
Putting Pedestrians First – The San Diego Mobility Plan
Taking Charge -- From Blight to Bright
From Dumping Ground to Destination – Making Better Use of Alleys
‘Shared Value’ - Partnering with Anchor Institutions for Mutual Benefit
Decorative Boarding – Keeping Abandoned Properties Safe, Artistically!
Nonprofits and Data Mining: Tools and Techniques
The National Equity Atlas – Making a Case for Racial Parity
Calculating Success – Measuring the Real Value of Community Work
#Litterati – Can A Community Clean-Up Go Viral?
Healthy People: A Fundamental Part of Healthy Communities
Residential Improvement Districts and Neighborhood Stability
Heart and Soul – Helping Communities Find their Way
Mobile Food Markets and Neighborhood Health
Scientifically Proven Methods for High Impact Storytelling
Race and Neighborhood Development
Business Districts and Neighborhood Revitalization
Making Your Neighborhood Bike-Friendly
Using Data to Maximize Impact
Trees! A real advantage in neighborhood revitalization
Neighborhood Marketing Program – NeighborWorks Umpqua
Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Signage – A Cost-Effective Approach to Promoting Walkability and More
Vacancy Alert: What to Do with Empty Commercial Space?
Guest Blog: The “Whole Block” Approach to Neighborhood Revitalization
Taking It to the Streets – Neighborhood Classrooms and their Role in Revitalization
When Technology Inspires – Watching Phoenix Transform from Sprawl to Smart Planning
Neighborhood marketing: Success is what you measure
Foreclosure ‘Hot Spots’ – Some Places Are Still in Trouble
The Impact of Older Buildings on Local Economies
Adapting Strategies to Catalyze Change
Drivers of Deep Change
Putting Market-Oriented Data to Use
Connecting Your Neighborhood to the Regional Economy
Chicago Sells Vacant Lots for $1 (That's not a Typo)
In Brief: Neighborhood Change, 1970 – 2010 – Transition and Growth in High Poverty Neighborhoods
Breathing New Life into Community Development Strategies
Pictures Over Time Are Worth 1000 Words
LiveCleveland! Campaign Pushes City's Best Kept Secrets
“Pop Up Cities” – Temporary Havens and Experimental Projects
Louisville Forum Highlights Market-Based Approaches to Community Stabilization
We'll Start The Bidding at $1,000....
Nonprofit News Service Bridges Gap in Professional Reporting on Urban Neighborhoods
Simple and Useful - Freddie Mac’s Housing Market Indicator
A Firsthand Guide to Creative Placemaking
Promise Zones – Round 2 Open for Public Comment
In Brief: Measuring Sprawl 2014
13 Spring-Themed Activities for Building Community and Curb Appeal
Four Tips for Overcoming a Neighborhood Smear Campaign
Quick Look: Reinventing Older Communities Conference
Are There Zombies In Your Neighborhood?
Partnerships for Neighborhood Safety and Stabilization -- Celebrating the 2013 MetLife Awards
Facing Foreclosure: The Impact on Homeowners and Community Responses to the Ongoing Crisis
“Made in Middle Main” Campaign Promotes Neighborhood Business While Marketing the Neighborhood
Improving Neighborhoods Through Crowdsourced Community Development
Conducting Responsible Demolition: Methods and Rationale
Managing Neighborhood Change in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles
In Brief: ULI Report on Creating Affordable Rentals
Visualizing an Equitable Future
In Brief: Placemaking in Legacy Cities, A Center for Community Progress Report
Making Rehab Lending a Sustainable Tool for Revitalization
Landlords Coming Together for the Greater Good
Watch Our Neighborhood Marketing Program Video
Find Grant Opportunities on Our Events Page!
In Cities, Free Housing Opportunities Leverages Local Assets
Perceptions of Homeownership: Are Americans Changing Their Minds?
A Roundabout Way to Beautify
In Milwaukee, Free Neighborhood Orchards Fill Vacant Space, Build Community and Provide Healthy Food
In Brief: Joint Center Report Analyzes the Impact of Investors on Neighborhoods Hit Hard by Foreclosure
Connecticut Group Trains Renters and Landlords to ‘Bridge the Divide’
Putting Joint Marketing to Work
Selling a Neighborhood, One Packet at a Time
Selling a Home and a Neighborhood, Too
National Association of Realtors Offers Winter and Holiday Home Selling Insights
Neighborhood Image-Building Through Facebook
Public Spaces Become Vibrant Places in Detroit Through “Lighter, Quicker, Cheaper” Approach
Program Supports Housing That Leaves No Veteran Behind
NeighborWorks Green Bay Sprouts New Use for Community Landmark
Community Investment Tax Credit Will Create New Source of Operating Funds for Certified Massachusetts CDCs
Come See What's Happening in Kansas City!
Guest Blog: Superstorm Sandy Reflections
New NSP Rules Create Opportunity for Economic Development
Making Progress: Generating Real Economic Growth in Milwaukee
A Community Reconceptualizes Blight
NSP Program Income Promises to Revitalize Communities for Years to Come
Delivering Effective Messages About Affordable Housing Strategies
Creating Strategic Matrices to Manage Vacant Properties
Merging Seasonal Celebrations with Community Revitalization
Announcing: Kansas City Symposium and Win Free Tuition in Our Video Contest!
“Creative Crosswalks” Build Community and Positive Neighborhood Image
Taking Charge of Vacant Property Through Housing Receivership
UrbanLIFT Grants Bring $11.4m to Cities Affected by Foreclosures
NeighborWorks Marketing Efforts Featured by Next City
Philadelphia Program Reduces Crime By Improving Vacant Lots
Partnering With Schools for Neighborhood Stabilization
Working with Neighbors Through a "Fresh Eyes" Approach to Curb Appeal
Leveraging Collective Impact to Advance Comprehensive Community Change
The Promise of Tech Savvy Cities - An Interview with Dr. Jennifer Evans-Cowley
Guest Blog: Simple Strategies to Give Current Projects More Impact on Neighborhoods
Engaging Kids with Art in the Summertime
True Revitalization Requires More than Rehab
Showcasing Neighborhoods Through the Arts
New Fed Report on Impact of REOs on People and Communities
Guest Blog: Thinking About the Work
Taking Back Your Community by Building a Better Block
The Challenges of a Hot Market - An Interview with Neighborhood Housing Services of the Inland Empire
New Ideas for Older Cities
NeighborWorks Training Institute Focuses on Community Stabilization Challenges
Buying vs. Renting: American Attitudes in Flux
Eight Neighborhood Market-Building Principles
Guest Blog: Cosmetic is Transformative
Harnessing the Energy of Young Adults and Social Media
Guest Blog: Playing Neighborhood Small Ball
Fixing Markets and Why Physical Conditions, Education and Planning Matter
Finding a Purpose: How Vacant Buildings Can Support Neighborhood Marketing
Abandoned Homes as Blank Canvases
Guest Blog: Naming Neighborhoods as a Strategy for Community Engagement and Image-Building
Embracing Kooky Culture in Neighborhood Image Building
Are Your Stabilization Efforts Working?
Neighborhood Marketing Featured at National Planning Conference
The Rehab Chronicles
NeighborWorks Rochester Expands Healthy Blocks Approach
Improving Market Perceptions: Strategies for Success
New Online Guide Offers Tools to Market and Sell Homes
Taking REO to Scale — An Example from New Jersey
Most Improved Porch Contest Boosts Curb Appeal
Twin Cities CDC Remakes and Markets Elm Street Area Neighborhood
Private Tech Company Maps Tax Data for Public Accessibility and Crowd-Driven Strategy
Giving Face to the New Homeless
Going Digital with Your Listings
Using Local Data to Target Your Stabilization Efforts
NeighborWorks Training Institute Offers Stabilization Courses in May
Who’s Playing Quarterback?
Guest Blog: 7 Keys to Aligning Strategies for Neighborhood Change
Guest Blog: Open Walls Mural Program Transforms Baltimore Neighborhood
The State of the NSP
Funding Changes: What Comes After NSP? An Interview with John O’Callaghan
Community Stabilization: Where Have We Been and Where Do We Go From Here?
Taking Advantage of the Economic Downturn
Activities Improve Communities and Help the Bottom Line
Everyone Can Teach and Everyone Can Learn
Striving for Neighborhood Resilience in the Face of Foreclosure
Monitoring Anti-blight Provisions of the National Mortgage Settlement
Pushing the Reset Button on a Neighborhood's Image
What Does Quality of Life Mean to a Neighborhood?
Small Cities Seeing Urban Growth
Neighborhood Marketing as Part of the Big Picture
New Jersey Community Capital Tackles Troubled Mortgages
Mowing the Way to Ownership
What Works for American Communities Book, Website, and Event Dec. 4
Chattanooga Shows Its Pride with Neighborhood Video Contest
Making "Friends" With Your Neighborhood Parks
Federal Reserve Governor Describes Data-Driven Strategies for High-Vacancy Census Tract Types
Creating Neighborhoods for a Lifetime
Economic Drivers for Transit-Oriented Development
What About Your Community Draws Attachment from Residents?
The Pendulum Swings from Suburban to City Living
Engaging With Your Community Using Facebook
Signing Up for Pride in Neighborhood
Attracting Young Adults to Niagara Falls
Brooking Report Guides Approach to Demolition
Bike Chattanooga Is Rolling Along
Right Down Your Alley: Troy Alley Action Project
Rebooting a Block in a Single Weekend
Guest Blog: When Community Building & Organizing is “Part of EVERYTHING We Do”
Nonprofit Uses Life Coaching To Raise People from Poverty
From Vacant Lots to Community Gardens
A Tale of Smart Growth in Two Cities: Billings and El Paso
The Diane Rehm Show Talks Housing
HUD's NSP Green Marketing Checklist Helps Buyers
Guest Blog: The New "Building American Cities Toolkit"
Knowing Neighbors = Feeling Safer
NEW! Community Stabilization Case Studies
Neighborhood Marketing Program Aims To Re-Brand Improved Neighborhoods
Creating Community: 10 Great Ideas
FREE Afternoon Workshop at Cincinnati NTI "Aligning Strategies for Neighborhood Change"
Register NOW for Stabilization Courses at Cincinnati NTI!
FDIC and NeighborWorks Team Up To Offer eLearning Courses — Free!
Lit Review: Interesting Articles from the Boston Federal Reserve
Marietta Rodriguez: Will the Foreclosure Crisis be With Us Another Two Years?
8 Tips for Great Home Marketing Websites
Making Scattered Site Rental Work
Department of Education's Place-Based Strategy
Cash Buyers Play Big Role in High Foreclosure Areas
Now Available! New Resources Presented at Recent Nonprofit NSP2 Grantees Convening
Brookings Report on How Foreclosures Affect Children
Are States Using National Mortgage Settlement Funds Well?
Are NORCs in Your Neighborhood's Future?
Report on Foreclosures in 2011
How Do You Determine an Asking Price?
“Here Comes the Neighborhood” Public Art Revitalization
Seeing Our Way Through a “Challenging and Turbulent Time”
Citi Community Development Video Spotlights St. Louis NeighborWorks Organization
Guest Blog: Down-Payment Programs Critical for Neighborhood Stabilization
Guest Blog: Quick, Fast and In a Hurry
Guest Blog: Musings of an Urban Snap Shot Taker
Local Governments Bearing Costs of Vacant Properties
NAHREP Releases 2011 State of Hispanic Homeownership Report
New Release: Tactical Urbanism 2
HUD Releases Video Highlighting Columbus, Ohio NSP Work
FHFA Announces Pilot REO-to-Rental Sale
Who's Buying Homes Today?
Good News for Green
States and Lenders Settle for $26 Billion
LiveCleveland Releases New Video "Live It Love It"
Half of all Housing Choice Voucher Recipients Live in the Suburbs But Without Good Access to Jobs
Daring to Look at the Whole Neighborhood
Possible Large-Scale, REO-to-Rental Policy Described in Federal Reserve White Paper
Homeport Plans ‘Extreme Makeover’ of Columbus Communities
Guest Blog: Is There a Difference Between Gentrification and Revitalization?
"My Neighborhood Rocks" Video Contest Highlights What's Best About Chattanooga Neighborhoods
Cleveland Passes New Legislation to Help Recover Demolition Costs From Absentee Investors
Guest Blog: Creating an Opportunity from All of the Empty Houses?
Housing Development Fund and NHS of New Haven Announce Landlord Entrepreneurship And Affordability Program (LEAP) To Revitalize Connecticut Urban Centers
Guest Blog: Porchfest Events Are A Great Way to Promote Neighborhood and Build Community
Proposed Jobs Bill Includes $15 Billion for Project Rebuild, “Next Generation” of NSP
“Complete Streets” Movement Offers A New Way To Be Neighborhood-Friendly
Guest Blog: FREE Marketing for Your Properties
5 Point Checklist: Are You Ready to Launch a Lease-Purchase Program?
Guest Blog: Housing Investments Are Neighborhood Investments
Neighborhood News: Do’s and Don’ts
Guest Blog: Housing Policy Should Be About People, Not Product
Guest Blog: The Promise and Prospects of Anchor Institutions
Grand Rapids Answers Naysayers with Stunning Video of Community Spirit
Four Critical Elements of Successful Land Banks
You Win! Improvement Contests Inspire People and Beautify Places
“Get a Lot for a Little”: Lot Next Door and Growing Home Programs Transform Neighborhood Blight to Neighborhood Asset
Ten Things You Should Know From the 2011 State of the Nation’s Housing Report
New Online Resource and Free Webinar: Managing Scattered Site Rental Programs
Guest Blog: Greening a Community and Putting Vacant Land to Use Through Civic Engagement
Guest Blog: Want to Lead Change in Your Community?
Guest Blog: New Training on Marketing and Stabilization Launched at NeighborWorks Training Institute
Guest Blog: Building Strong Communities and Measuring Success in South Florida
Guest Blog: Massachusetts Coalition Evaluates Stabilization Efforts, Redefines the Problems, and Charts a New Course of Action
NeighborWorks Network Engages in Community Gardens and Farmers’ Markets
Neighborhood Stabilization at 3
"Tactical Urbanism" Creates Big Impact with Small Investments
What's for Sale: Minneapolis?
Survey Examines Americans' Preferences in Communities
Grad Student Implements Comprehensive Stabilization Program Without Owning a Single Property
From Low-Tech to High-Tech, Code Enforcement Steps Up to Deal with Vacant and Blighted Property
Investors a Necessary Part of the Market in Stabilization?
Fun and Creative Ways to Engage Neighbors
NHS of New Haven "Doubles Down" on Stabilization Strategy
The Interesting Case of the Revitalization of Braddock, PA
Working with Real Estate Professionals to Sell Homes and Assist Buyers
Status Report: NSP3
Is it Innovation or Proven Practice? New Case Study Report on Implementing NSP
What's for Sale: Denver?
The Shadow Inventory and Its Implications for Neighborhood Stabilization
What To Do About More Absentee Investors in the Neighborhood?
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