The community development industry has long prioritized addressing “vacants” as part of neighborhood revitalization strategies. As part of this brief, we’ve included snapshots of a variety of models to address vacant properties, both from LISC and our partners, as well as resources around remediation from practitioners in the field.Learn More
Too often, distressed communities simply cannot access the kind of capital needed to make the transformation to vibrant and healthy communities. That's where New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC) come into play.
The Section 4 Program strengthens the nation's lower-income rural and urban communities by bolstering non-profit community developers that build and invest in those neighborhoods.
The Low-Income Housing Tax Credit stimulates investment in affordable housing in underserved inner-city and rural communities and in higher cost suburban communities across the nation.
This Strength Matters webinar from December 2016, Building Your Risk Management Toolkit, taught participants about succession planning, personnel retention, disaster recovery and managing public relations to reduce reputational risk.