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Community-development conference in DC will attract nearly 2,200 professionals, $3 million in economic impact
A nearly $3 million boost is coming to the Washington, DC economy when almost 2,200 community development professionals from around the country convene in the city for the NeighborWorks Training Institute Dec. 8-12.
Seventy percent of U.S. adults don’t know down-payment assistance is available
Seventy percent of U.S. adults are unaware of down-payment assistance programs available for middle-income homebuyers in their community, according to findings from our second annual America at Home survey.
Online learning courses from NeighborWorks America grow at 40 percent rate
Online learning courses from NeighborWorks America grew by more than 40 percent in 2014, powered by the company’s introduction of eClassroom Express, an improvement on the traditional webinar format widely used in online learning. 
NeighborWorks America trains top community leaders and recognizes local heroes with award
This week community leaders from around the country are being honored at the annual Community Leadership Institute, sponsored by NeighborWorks America. The Community Leadership Institute strengthens the skills of community leaders. 
Americans say student loans are key obstacle in purchasing homes
Nearly one-out-of-four Americans knows someone who has delayed buying a home because of student loan debt, according to findings from the second annual America at Home survey commissioned by NeighborWorks America. 
NeighborWorks America recognizes third round of Green Organization designees
Nineteen nonprofit community development organizations were recognized today for their excellence in sustainable business and housing practices by NeighborWorks America. 
Homeowners save time, money with housing counselors
Homeowners delinquent or in foreclosure save time, headache and money when working with housing counselors. Realtors and lenders also benefit. 
NeighborWorks Florida Collaborative launches to promote affordable housing
The 10 NeighborWorks member organizations in Florida are joining together to increase affordable housing opportunities throughout the state. 
Community-development conference attracts 2,100 professionals to Orlando
A $1.84 million boost is coming to the Orlando economy when more than 2,100 community development professionals convene in the city for the NeighborWorks Training Institute Aug. 18-22.
Residents and business owners benefit from neighborhood marketing and branding
Seventeen communities from around the country have been selected for an initiative that will help them attract and retain residents, businesses and investment, announced NeighborWorks America.
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