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Foreclosure Response
A web resource that provides government officials, housing practitioners and advocates with up-to-date information on a broad range of site and local policy solutions related to foreclosure prevention and neighborhood stabilization.
Foreclosure Assistance: Cuyahoga County Foreclosure Prevention Program
The Cuyahoga County Foreclosure Prevention Program was created to assist residents of Cuyahoga County Ohio who were having trouble with (or had questions about) their home loans. The program connects borrowers in distress with a local non-profit counseling agency through the United Way's First Call for Help line.
Homebuying Information: Live Cleveland
LiveCLEVELAND! will show you what's happening in our great City's neighborhoods and will give you many reasons why you should consider living here.
HomeBuyer Counseling: Neighborhood Housing Services
For over 32 years, Neighborhood Housing Services of Greater Cleveland (NHSGC), a trusted not-for-profit organization, has provided families in Northeast Ohio with the housing education and home repair loans they need to buy, improve and keep their homes.
Voices & Choices
Voices & Choices will involve tens of thousands of people across Northeast Ohio in setting a course for our region's future that will produce more jobs and create better economic opportunities for our families and businesses. Voices & Choices will also educate hundreds of thousands of people about the realities facing the regional economy.
Looking for a Rental:
A free service to list and find affordable housing in Cuyahoga County, Ohio
Ohio Financial Education Directory
The goal of the Ohio Financial Education Directory is to help you find financial education programs throughout northern and central Ohio. This website also provides general information about financial literacy including a glossary of terms and links to resources.
Housing Center Report: Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Ohio Mortgage Lending.
African Americans and Hispanics in Ohio were denied mortgage loans more often than whites regardless of income and those who received loans were more likely to obtain loans with high interest rates.
Euclid Corridor Project
The goal of the Euclid Corridor Transportation Project is to improve transit service, as well as support increased development along Euclid Avenue.
Federal Trade Commission "Do Not Call" Registry
Most telemarketers cannot call your telephone number if it is in the National Do Not Call Registry. You can register your home and mobile phone numbers for free. Your registration will be effective for five years.
Food Stamps Step 1:
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture site that lets you determine if you are eligible for food stamps.
Free Homebuying Guides from the Fannie Mae Foundation
Fannie Mae Foundation is committed to helping more first-time home buyers learn what it takes to buy a home.
Guide to Effective Programs for Children and Youth
This is a comprehensive guide outlining programs that assist in developing children to young adults.
Information about Abusive Lending
Overview of Predatory Lending including what it is, who these lenders target, and how these loans affect borrowers. Includes calendar of workshops educating consumers about unfair lending practices.
Lakefront Plan Information
The City Planning Department is staff to the City Planning Commission and provides a variety of planning services to the Mayor, City Council, City Departments, neighborhood organizations, and the general public.
Living in Cleveland Center
Non-profit organization providing information about neighborhoods as well as special financing programs and available housing in Cleveland to potential homebuyers.
Neighborhood Connections
Neighborhood Connections, a program of the Cleveland Foundation that awards grants ranging in size from $500 to $5,000 to support neighborhood projects, is now accepting applications from neighborhood groups.
North Coast Seniors Connect
North Coast Seniors Connect, a project of the Cleveland Public Library, is a website specifically designed for the seniors of Greater Cleveland. Find links to resources on the Web, guidance and services, and connect with people and events.
Predatory Lending Resources
Predatory Lending Resources
Prescription for a Safe & Healthy House
Learn how to protect your family from the various household hazards that exist in homes.
The Cleveland Neighborhood Market Drilldown Study
The Cleveland Neighborhood Market Drilldown, a study conducted by Social Compact, aims to help fuel the flow of private capital by supporting informed business decision-making for future investment in the inner city and undervalued neighborhoods. Detailed data of population, housing, income, crime, and local buying power is available for each neighborhood and district, as well as the entire city of Cleveland.
The Plain Press
The Plain Press, the community newspaper serving the west side neighborhoods of Cleveland is now on NeighborhoodLink! Read news, events, and other community information in the latest edition.
West Nile Virus Information
This link will take you directly to information about the West Nile Virus from a variety of sources.
Cleveland Action to Support Housing
Cleveland Action to Support Housing (C.A.S.H.)-Offers very low interest rate renovation and Purchase-Rehab loans for housing located within the City of Cleveland. Owner occupants and investors are welcome. No income restrictions, 12 year maximum term, minimum loan amount of $3,000, no maximum. 216.621.7350

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