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Neighborhood housing dervices of Chicago homeownership preservation iinitiative

On Wednesday, September 3, 2003, the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago hosted a breakfast meeting at which Neighborhood Housing Services (NHS) of Chicago made a presentation on the progress of HOPI, the Home Ownership Preservation Initiative. HOPI, officially launched in April of 2003, is a partnership between the City of Chicago, NHS and key financial institutions who conduct business in Chicago, including General Motors Acceptance Corporation–Residential Funding Corporation (GMAC-RFC), Chase Manhattan Mortgage Corp., Bank One Corp., LaSalle Bank, Harris Trust and Savings Bank, Bank of America Corp., and Washington Mutual, Inc.

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anonymous, "Neighborhood housing dervices of Chicago homeownership preservation iinitiative" , Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Profitwise, issue May, 2004.
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