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Department Highlights Rich History in Making Homeownership a Reality for People in Rural and Tribal Communities

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Representatives from various community organizations came together to discuss and identify resources available to support families in need.

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On June 24, 2021, NeighborWorks America released findings from its 2021 Housing and Financial Capability Survey, which was conducted in April. The survey showed that many people see the advantages in owning a home but are unequipped to handle financial challenges that stall their dream of homeownership.

Washington, D.C. — On June 5-12, NeighborWorks America kicks off its 38th annual NeighborWorks Week, when the nearly 250 nonprofits in its network engage in various community beautification, engagement and education projects.

Owning a home has non-financial benefits, too. Check out this list in celebration of #HomeownershipMonth.

Every day, mortgage and rental housing scammers rob more people of their money and their homes. You can fight back and put a stop to this crime.

Mortgage and rental scams aren't always easy to see. That’s why it’s important to know the warning signs and stay alert.

As the temperature gets cooler, now is the perfect time to ask yourself whether your home are ready for winter.

Through member institutions, SNAP provides grant funds for the repair and rehabilitation of owner-occupied housing of eligible, special-needs individuals.

Kimberly Jo Miller, age 60, of Dover, died Monday, August 31, 2020, at St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center. She was born July 31, 1960, in Russellville, to Joe Allen and Rebecca Lou Boley Miller.

Increasing the homeownership rate in Arkansas River Valley will energize the local economy and create jobs from construction to retail.

Federal funding to support education and employment among HUD-assisted families

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