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Seven principles of healthy homes for National Healthy Homes Month
NeighborWorks America urges people to apply the following seven principles of healthy homes. Incorporating these changes can improve your health and save money.
Nearly $40 million awarded through National Foreclosure Mitigation Counseling program to help more than 122,000 families
NeighborWorks America announced that nearly $40 million has been awarded to 21 state housing finance agencies, 19 HUD-approved housing counseling intermediaries and 60 community-based NeighborWorks organizations to provide counseling to families and individuals facing the threat of foreclosure.
Community-development conference in Los Angeles will attract approximately 2,000 professionals, $3.7 million in economic impact
An approximately $3.7 million boost is coming to the Los Angeles economy when almost 2,000 community development professionals from around the country convene in the city for the NeighborWorks Training Institute May 2-6.
NeighborWorks organizations improve community one home at a time with rehab efforts
NeighborWorks organizations assisted more than 7,700 homeowners with rehab projects last year, an increase of ten percent over the year before, and 14 percent higher than 2013.  NeighborWorks organizations also helped homeowners complete more than 4,700 owner-occupied repairs, an increase of 30 percent from 2014.
Three green innovations that cities could do to save energy and improve residents' quality of life
As we approach Earth Day April 22, NeighborWorks America urges cities to practice these three innovations in green practices.  
More than one-fifth of Americans look to tax refunds to stay on top of bills
More than one-fifth of Americans plan to use their expected tax refund to pay down or pay off debt, while under ten percent will use the money to pay everyday expenses. The millions of adults who will use their tax refund in this way underscores the fragility of finances for millions of Americans.
Research shows paying day to day bills and expenses beats saving for retirement as top financial goal
Despite a growing economy, when asked to choose their most important financial goal more people cite paying day to day bills than other choices, including saving for retirement, according to a national survey.
More Americans are saving for a financial emergency, but nearly one-third of adults lack a rainy day fund
More Americans are putting money aside for an emergency than one year ago, but nearly 30 percent of adults still have no rainy day fund, according to the third annual nationwide financial capability survey released by NeighborWorks America.
More than two million homeowners helped by the National Foreclosure Mitigation Counseling Program
NeighborWorks America announced that more than 2 million homeowners facing foreclosure have received much-needed counseling thanks to the Congressionally-funded National Foreclosure Mitigation Counseling Program.
Three tips to beat the competition this home buying season from NeighborWorks America
In order to get a leg up on the home buying competition, NeighborWorks recommends consumers follow three simple rules to help make home buying go smoothly.
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