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Mayor hails first fruit of foreclosure fight 1/19/2012
Rahm Emanuel tours West Humboldt rehab and explains the city’s Micro-Market approach 
CWF model a national winner 10/13/2011
Program to help families “earn it, keep it, grow it” wins federal grant competition … and a new branch at Kennedy-King College
Foregoing foreclosures 9/8/2011
Pilot program due this fall aims to buy and renegotiate mortgages so working families are not foreclosed
Free tax prep offered in NCP neighborhoods 4/26/2011
Residents of five NCP neighborhoods and four others in Chicago once again had the opportunity to seek free tax preparation help in 2011.
NCP Foreclosure Response Fund:
Lessons learned, more work ahead
Local leadership developed “best practices” for counseling borrowers and negotiating with lenders through NCP's Foreclosure Response Fund. Now it’s a matter of scaling up … way up.
Rosa Parks adds affordable units in Humboldt 7/2/2010
Ninety-four low-income families have begun moving into the Rosa Parks Apartments, a new, affordable development spearheaded by Bickerdike Redevelopment Corp. in West Humboldt Park.
Lower-income filers receive free tax prep 3/26/2010
Thousands of families with incomes under $50,000 and individuals under $25,000 have availed themselves of free tax preparation and other financial services since Jan. 23 at sites in seven NCP neighborhoods, four of them co-located with LISC/Chicago Centers for Working Families.
Zapata zapped? Agencies fight back 3/17/2010

NIMBY fears, economic recession and wavering political support have stalled a showcase NCP housing development in Logan Square -- but the Logan Square Neighborhood Association and Bickerdike Redevelopment Corp. are keeping hope alive.

Fool me once ... 10/16/2009
Good information is the best defense against debt relief scams.
Stimulate this! NCP provides platform for feds 3/17/2009
Chicago’s working-class neighborhoods are hard hit by the severe economic recession, but LISC’s NCP neighborhoods are positioning themselves to take full advantage of federal recovery programs headed our way.

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