There are many reasons to buy an NSP home. Or rent an apartment in a building acquired through NSP. They’re affordable, they’re energy efficient, and they’ve been skillfully renovated by excellent local developers and contractors. Most are in neighborhoods well-served by public transit and other amenities that are consistent with a good quality of urban life.
Following information is about the process of acquiring an NSP home. We do business in accordance with the Federal Fair Housing Law.
As of 10.14.13
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Here are a few reasons:
NSP homes are in some of Chicago's finest neighborhoods, with good… Continue
There are a few requirements to become an NSP home owner.
First, all potential buyers must enroll… Continue
Follow these simple steps to purchase a Chicago NSP home.
Step 1: Comply with NSP guidelines ,… Continue
Click here for a list of HUD-certified housing counseling agencies (here for Spanish-language… Continue
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Q. What is NSP?
A. The Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) was created to address the… Continue
Crystal Kimbrough’s search for the perfect house began three years ago, when she met Rose… Continue
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