2016 Homebuyer Workshop dates are here!
Trained counselors will walk you through the steps for home buying preparation.
April 16, 2016
June 25, 2016
July 23, 2016
September 24, 2016
October 29, 2016, 2016
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Sean Ryan, for the Milwaukee Business Journal on August 19:
The Midwest Energy Research Consortium is negotiating to lease three floors of the former Eaton Corp. research building in Milwaukee to create an incubator for start-up energy, power and controls companies.
Also this week, homeowners facing foreclosure within a mile of that research building could get support from a $3.6 million new program proposed by the Northwest Side Community Development Corp. Both projects are among the ongoing effort to bring employers and jobs back to the 30th Street Industrial Corridor and improve the surrounding neighborhoods.
Sean Ryan wrote about our launch in the Milwaukee Business Journal on August 1:
The Northwest Side Community Development Corp. in July kicked off a $4 million program to acquire, rehab and sell vacant, foreclosed houses in Milwaukee.
The nonprofit organization acquired three houses in July: two from the city of Milwaukee for about $1,000 each and one donated by U.S. Bank. Repairs for each will be in the $30,000 to $40,000 range. The goal is to resell the properties to new owners for at least that much, said Howard Snyder, executive director of the Northwest Side CDC.
Don Walker, for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on July 11, 2014:
In the 30th St. Corridor, where housing and unemployment are major challenges, there is a chicken-or-egg problem.
“You need new industry brought in, but industry says the neighborhood is not stabilized,” Perlstein said. “So you need to invest in the neighborhood to stabilize it.”
That’s where the Northwest Side Community Development Corporation entered the picture. Primarily an economic development group, Northwest Side Community Development Corp. is entering the housing business by rehabbing eight homes in the 30th St. Corridor with $2 million from WHEDA and $2 million from PNC Bank.
“We have eight under contract and we hope to do 18 more,” said Howard Snyder, the organization’s executive director.
“The idea was to have a strategy to address the foreclosure crisis,” Winston said. “We wanted a program that was more entrepreneurial, and Howard represented that.”
Don Walker for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on April 23, 2013:
WHEDA is working with the Northwest Side Community Development Corp. WHEDA has given the organization $2.5 million to help people whose homes are worth less than what they owe. The money will be used for research, to support homeowners in pre-foreclosure and to help homeowners rehab their homes.
Winston said that if the neighborhoods improve, it will “make it more attractive for companies to come in.”
Howard Snyder, executive director of the Northwest Side Community Development Corp., said the money will be directed to three specific neighborhoods near the north side’s 30th St. Corridor.
Snyder said he hopes to be able to target a total of 90 homes in the three neighborhoods.