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$63.1 million awarded to help nearly 167,000 families facing foreclosure
A total of $63.1 million has been awarded to 114 agencies and organizations by NeighborWorks America to provide counseling to families and individuals facing foreclosure. It is estimated that more than 167,000 households will be directly assisted with this eighth round of funding.
Three foreclosure prevention counselors receive awards from NeighborWorks America
Housing counselors from three nonprofit organizations funded in part by NeighborWorks America's National Foreclosure Mitigation Counseling program received awards for excellence in service to distressed homeowners. The recipients herald from San Diego, Chicago and Boston.
Community-development conference coming to LA will generate $10 million in economic impact
A $10 million boost will benefit  the Los Angeles economy when more than 2,000 community development professionals from around the country convene in the city for the NeighborWorks Training Institute Feb. 24-28. 
Matz appoints Metsger to NeighborWorks America’s board of directors
National Credit Union Administration appoints Richard Metsger as its representative on NeighborWorks America board of directors.
LIFT programs help 5,000 people achieve dream of homeownership
Collaboration between Wells Fargo and NeighborWorks America provides homebuyer education and down-payment assistance.
NeighborWorks America names Vanitha Venugopal vice president for Pacific Region
NeighborWorks America has named Vanitha Venugopal regional vice president for its Pacific Region. As regional vice president, Venugopal is responsible for NeighborWorks operations and business relationships throughout California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska and Hawaii. 
NeighborWorks America accepting applications for Achieving Excellence
NeighborWorks America now is accepting applications from nonprofit executives for its next class of Achieving Excellence, an 18-month intensive program in which leaders tackle individual business challenges. There are 50 open seats in the 2014-2016 program. 
Kansas City gets $2 million boost from NeighborWorks America conference
More than 1,750 community development professionals from around the country will visit Kansas City Dec. 9-13 for the quarterly NeighborWorks Training Institute. The conference is expected to deliver an estimated $2.1 million in economic impact.
Survey: Two-thirds of consumers still aspire to homeownership despite crisis
The worst housing crisis in generations and the slow rebound back to normalcy has not changed the view of homeownership for two-thirds (67 percent) of Americans, according to a new poll on housing from NeighborWorks America.
Survey: Friends and family beat out housing professionals as info sources
The average American looks to friends and family first when gathering information on the homebuying process, ahead of real estate agents by more than two to one and mortgage lenders by more than four to one, according to a new  NeighborWorks America survey. 
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