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Employers unlock gridlock, achieve sustainability goals with Commute Options
  • 6/14/2012
  • EAH Advantage
The EAH Advantage: New home energy efficiency renovation initiative
  • 4/2/2012
  • EAH Advantage
The EAH Advantage: Three new foreclosure recovery partnerships
  • 10/24/2011
  • EAH Advantage
Three public-private partnerships in the Chicago region are amplifying the advantages of employer-assisted housing (EAH), by offering local workers downpayment assistance to purchase foreclosed homes that have been fully rehabbed through city redevelopment initiatives. Read these three stories to…
The EAH Advantage: Philadelphia's Home Buy Now Program
  • 8/29/2011
  • EAH Advantage
With approximately 23,500 students, Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pa., founded in 1891, is one of the largest private, nonprofit universities in the United States – and one of the city’s anchor institutions. Drexel is also the first employer to participate in the City of…
The EAH Advantage, Spring 2011: Boosting City Homeownership Programs
  • 5/31/2011
  • EAH Advantage
In Chicago, Saint Anthony Hospital’s brand-new Employer-Assisted Housing program is helping employees become stable homeowners through downpayment assistance and free housing counseling that informs workers about additional city homeownership incentives. Ricardo Lopez, a hospital security…

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