About NCST

About NCST

We are a non-profit organization
that works to restore vacant
and abandoned properties to
productive use and protect
neighborhoods from blight.

About NCST

About NCST

We are a non-profit organization
that works to restore vacant
and abandoned properties to
productive use and protect
neighborhoods from blight.

Property
Acquisition

We link the distressed inventories, both property and notes, of financial institutions (Sellers) with local housing providers.

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REO
Match®

Our web-based property transaction and mapping portal brings a high tech touch to the art of neighborhood stabilization.

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REO
Capital Fund

Our network of participating community development financial institutions (CDFIs) provides financing for the acquisition and rehabilitation of distressed properties.

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Recent Press

Public Policy-focused Sessions Will Add Unique Perspective to RVP Conference in Baltimore

Robert Finn, Public Policy Associate, NCST

Is your community in the fight against blight? Do you want to learn more about how to combat vacant and abandoned properties? Our friends at the Center For Community Progress are bringing the seventh national Reclaiming Vacant Properties Conference to Baltimore, Maryland on September 28-30, 2016, where approximately 1,000 urban change-makers will gather. The 2016 RVP will consist of more than 50 engaging sessions and other learning opportunities over the course of three days.

Success Stories

Rockford, Illinois - WCHA

Winnebago County Housing Authority (WCHA), now in its 75th year of operation, continues to provide housing, self-sufficiency, and enrichment programs to low- and moderate-income families – approximately 20 percent of resident...