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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 ...
Profitwise , Issue May

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The Northwest Side Community Development Corporation: transforming the approach to creating positive economic impact in distressed communities

From the late 1970s until about 2002,Milwaukee, Wisconsin, was home to a half dozen or so very active community development corporations ? earnest organizations staffed with dedicated individuals who used federal and state funds to try to improve economically depressed neighborhoods by purchasing distressed properties, rehabilitating them, and then either selling or renting them to qualified, low-income families or local businesses. This effort mirrored what was happening in the rest of the country. According to a 2005 survey by the National Congress of Community.
Profitwise , Issue Sep , Pages 3-6

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NCIF annual development banking conference: The CDFI banking industry – raising the bar for mission and profit

The National Community Investment Fund (NCIF) held its Annual Development Banking Conference on November 2 and 3, 2011, at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. The conference brought together 160 CEOs, investors, regulators, and other stakeholders from the Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) banking industry to share knowledge and discuss issues around the theme of ?Mission and Profit: Raising the Bar.? There were seven panels over two days that centered on topics addressing how these institutions can continue to serve their community development mission while operating in an ...
Profitwise , Issue May , Pages 13-25

Conference Paper
Financing the development of urban minority communities: lessons of history

Proceedings , Paper 791

Conference Paper
Community development banking and Financial Institutions Act: a critique with recommendations

Proceedings , Paper 49

Conference Paper
Community organization and Community Reinvestment Act lending in Washington, D.C.

Proceedings , Paper 795

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Changing financial markets and community development: an overview

Proceedings , Paper 768

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The role of banks and nonbanks in serving low- and moderate income communities

Proceedings , Paper 903

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South Shore Bank: is it the model of success for community development banks?

Proceedings , Paper 455

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Statement to Congress, February 3, 1993 (Federal Reserve's perspectives on bank-related community development corporations)

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Apr , Pages 274-279


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