We link the distressed inventories, both property and notes, of financial institutions (Sellers) with local housing providers.
Our web-based property transaction and mapping portal brings a high tech touch to the art of neighborhood stabilization.
Our network of participating community development financial institutions (CDFIs) provides financing for the acquisition and rehabilitation of distressed properties.
Over 1,000 people gathered in Baltimore to learn strategies from each other to combat the blight of vacant, abandoned properties and revitalize their neighborhoods. The Center for Community Progress (CCP) has sponsored this event for many years. Staff from land banks, nonprofit housing developers, municipal and state agencies, financial institutions, and other experts cametogether to hear about and learn from local efforts to restore communities hard hit by real estate abandonment. NCST assisted CCP at this year's conference by developing workshops on national, state and local policy as it affects vacant properties and revitalization efforts.