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Chicago’s Neighborhood Stabilization Program is rolling out its first homes

The City of Chicago’s Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) will have its first homes available for sale by the end of this month. MPC, through its employer-assisted housing initiative, is working with local employers to help the city achieve its goal of having at least 10 percent of the homes acquired and renovated through NSP be purchased or rented by local workers with employer-assistance.


The city’s first NSP homes are located in the Chicago Lawn neighborhood on the city's Southwest Side. For more information about locations of all of the homes and NSP communities, visit  Potential homebuyers can access a range of information and are encouraged to complete a homebuyer registration card. 


Coming soon: NSP staff will be hosting  a series of "meet and greet" sessions in communities where NSP homes are for sale so those interested in buying an NSP home can learn more about what is happening in the community. Stay tuned for a schedule and list of when and where these sessions will be held!


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