Northside Community Development Corporation

Northside Community Development Corporation A Nonprofit: We help with property tax information, foreclosures, & down payment assistance programs through education and advocacy. We foster community development and preserve affordable and diverse housing for Chicago!
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NCDC strives to meet the housing counseling demands of our turbulent economy. We have met the demand of struggling homeowners by increasing capacity to provide more foreclosure prevention counseling. However, we firmly believe that the best foreclosure prevention tool is a quality pre-purchase counseling program that encourages our clients to make sustainable homeownership decisions from the get-go. We provide homeownership counseling in the following areas: * One-on-one Foreclosure Prevention Counseling * Pre-purchase First Time Homebuyer Training * Pre-purchase Condominium Training * One-on-one Mortgage Readiness Assessment * Chicago Community Land Trust Training * Anti-Predatory Lending Database file review NCDC has carved out a niche market in providing Employer Assisted Housing consulting and counseling services. Through partnerships with regional employers we work to counsel participating employees seeking to purchase homes, and guide them through the home purchase process to closing. We currently provide EAH services for the Chicago Board of Education, City Colleges of Chicago, and Loyola University. Through our wide range of services we serve clients of all types of racial and income backgrounds. We work with clients in all 50 wards of the city as well as suburban regions. We continue to maintain unique partnerships with public, private, and other non-profit agencies to expand our reach and further our mission.

Operating as usual

12/17/2020
State moratorium on evictions extended through January 9, with modifications - Chicago Coalition for the Homeless

State Moratorium on evictions extended to 1/9/21 https://www.chicagohomeless.org/state-moratorium-on.../

By Samuel Carlson, Research and Outreach Manager Gov. Pritzker is extending a revised eviction moratorium into the New Year.   Since March 2020, Illinois has had a moratorium (or freeze) on most eviction case filings across the state. The revised moratorium still allows Illinois landlord...

Has COVID-19 made it hard to make your mortgage payments? If you have a federally-backed mortgage and have been affected...
12/17/2020

Has COVID-19 made it hard to make your mortgage payments?
If you have a federally-backed mortgage and have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be eligible for up to one year of deferred mortgage payments.

Has COVID-19 made it hard to make your mortgage payments?

If you have a federally-backed mortgage and have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be eligible for up to one year of deferred mortgage payments. See below for more details.

12/17/2020
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Homeowners, some federally backed mortgages have a Dec. 31, 2020 deadline for requesting an initial forbearance. If you have already, or believe you will, experienced financial hardship due to COVID-19, you have a right to request and obtain a forbearance. To do so you must contact your loan servicer to request this forbearance.
There will be no additional fees, penalties or additional interest (beyond scheduled amounts) added to your account. If you are facing financial hardships, you should ask for forbearance immediately, so you don’t lose that right. Please find additional mortgage relief options through the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: https://www.consumerfinance.gov/coronavirus/mortgage-and-housing-assistance/mortgage-relief/?fbclid=IwAR1M-JIzCaac-fkSXKPbTJNpLy8C8Q1RV4QQ8dJ1Prrqh14RJ8ZWFs0DzMw

If you need legal assistance, you may wish to reach out to an Illinois legal resource agency at:
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Please register your support for the Residential Tenant Landlord Ordinance (RTLO) no later than Tuesday, December 15th? ...
12/14/2020
12/16/2020 COOK COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS REMOTE MEETING VIEWING AND PARTICIPATION INSTRUCTIONS

Please register your support for the Residential Tenant Landlord Ordinance (RTLO) no later than Tuesday, December 15th? You can fill out an online registration form here.

Fill out your information and whether you’re commenting on behalf of an organization
Check "County Zoning and Building Committee Meeting 12/16/2020 9:30 am"
Enter File ID number 20-3562
Check “Do not attend the meeting but register in favor of a specific item”
Sample Messages:
For individuals: I strongly support the RTLO. I urge the Cook County Board of Commissioners to pass the ordinance this week.
For organizations: We strongly support the RTLO. We urge the Cook County Board of Commissioners to pass the ordinance this week.

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Cook County Land Bank Authority
12/13/2020

Cook County Land Bank Authority

The Cook County Land Bank Authority is giving away $25,000 in $1,000 grants to 25 families this holiday season, which ends Dec. 17. There are no income eligibility requirements to enter!⁠

Enter to win at cookcountylandbank.org/holidayrelief! Read more at the link in our bio.

COVID-19 HOUSING ASSISTANCE UPDATE:Nearly 100,000 Illinois residents applied for housing assistance through our Emergenc...
12/07/2020

COVID-19 HOUSING ASSISTANCE UPDATE:
Nearly 100,000 Illinois residents applied for housing assistance through our Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA) and Emergency Mortgage Assistance (EMA) programs. Representatives with the Illinois Housing Development Authority (IHDA) continue to notify applicants by email regarding the status of their application, and appreciate your patience during these difficult times.

By the end of this month, IHDA will have disbursed more than $300 million in emergency housing assistance to renters and homeowners impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Please keep in mind that there is no fee involved in any portion of either application process. Please be advised, if any authorized IHDA representatives attempts to reach you by phone they will never ask for your banking/ financial information or your Social Security Number.

If you are still seeking communication about the status of your ERA or EMA application, please search your email, including spam boxes, for communication from IHDA at DocuSign or [email protected] (Rental Assistance) or HMA Analyst [email protected] - HMA Analyst (Mortgage Assistance.)

Please visit the links below for an updated list of FAQ’s:
ERA -https://df7qosnywqs6g.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/ERA_FAQ_external_12.3.2020_v4.pdf
EMA -https://df7qosnywqs6g.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/EMA_FAQ_external_12.04.2020_final-1.pdf

If you have additional questions, please contact our call center M-F 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 312-883-2720 or toll-free at 888-252-1119. You can also contact [email protected] or visit our COVID-10 Housing Resources page for additional information and resources that may be able to assist you during this time:
https://www.ihda.org/about-ihda/covid-19-housing-resources-information/

COVID-19 HOUSING ASSISTANCE UPDATE:
Nearly 100,000 Illinois residents applied for housing assistance through our Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA) and Emergency Mortgage Assistance (EMA) programs. Representatives with the Illinois Housing Development Authority (IHDA) continue to notify applicants by email regarding the status of their application, and appreciate your patience during these difficult times.

By the end of this month, IHDA will have disbursed more than $300 million in emergency housing assistance to renters and homeowners impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Please keep in mind that there is no fee involved in any portion of either application process. Please be advised, if any authorized IHDA representatives attempts to reach you by phone they will never ask for your banking/ financial information or your Social Security Number.

If you are still seeking communication about the status of your ERA or EMA application, please search your email, including spam boxes, for communication from IHDA at DocuSign or [email protected] (Rental Assistance) or HMA Analyst [email protected] - HMA Analyst (Mortgage Assistance.)

Please visit the links below for an updated list of FAQ’s:
ERA -https://df7qosnywqs6g.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/ERA_FAQ_external_12.3.2020_v4.pdf
EMA -https://df7qosnywqs6g.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/EMA_FAQ_external_12.04.2020_final-1.pdf

If you have additional questions, please contact our call center M-F 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 312-883-2720 or toll-free at 888-252-1119. You can also contact [email protected] or visit our COVID-10 Housing Resources page for additional information and resources that may be able to assist you during this time:
https://www.ihda.org/about-ihda/covid-19-housing-resources-information/

12/03/2020
Illinois Housing Development Authority

Student loan debt assistance!

Student loan debt doesn’t have to be a barrier to homeownership. IHDA Mortgage SmartBuy offers $5,000 in assistance that you can use toward down payment or closing costs and provides up to $40,000 in student loan debt relief.
Get started with an approved lender at www.IHDAmortgage.org/smartbuy - 877-456-2656 - [email protected]

Préstamos estudiantiles no deben hacerse una barrera contra la compra de su vivienda. IHDA Mortgage SmartBuy – CompraInteligente ofrece $5,000 en asistencia que se puede utilizar para cota inicial o costos del cierre y proporciona hasta $40,000 en alivio para préstamos estudiantiles. Empiece por contactándose con un prestador o un banco aprobado por IHDA. www.IHDAmortgage.org/smartbuy - 877-456-2656 [email protected]

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11/19/2020

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Chicago Connected provides CPS Students with free internet. For more details, visit cps.edu/strategic-initiatives/chicag...
10/27/2020
Chicago Connected

Chicago Connected provides CPS Students with free internet. For more details, visit cps.edu/strategic-initiatives/chicago-connected, for Tech Resources, Remote Learning and the Parent Tech Support Help Center hotline 773-417-1060.

Chicago Connected is a groundbreaking program that will provide free high-speed internet service to approximately 100,000 Chicago Public Schools (CPS) students.

For any information or questions related to these programs, please call 800-831-7949, or email EmergencyAssistance@NHSCh...
10/23/2020

For any information or questions related to these programs, please call 800-831-7949, or email [email protected].

[URGENT] We are still accepting applications for the Mortgage & Rental Assistance program! Funds are still available! You can receive financial assistance if the COVID-19 pandemic affected your ability to pay your rent or your mortgage. Call us or go to: https://nhschicago.org/emergencyassistance

10/22/2020
Citizens Utility Board

Citizens Utility Board

CUB is talking to Northside Resource Community about their work in the community and sharing resources for folks who need help in this pandemic.

10/20/2020
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October 19—November 2, 2020 es la oportunidad para aplicar a la lista de espera para Housing Choice Voucher de Housing Authority of Cook County! Applique en linea en myportal.thehacc.org. Mas informacion llamar al (312)-517-2388 o por e-mail a traves de [email protected]

El Programa HCV, comúnmente conocido como Sección 8, es un programa de asistencia para el
alquiler basado en inquilinos financiado por el gobierno federal diseñado para ayudar a las
familias de bajos ingresos, los adultos mayores y las personas con discapacidades a pagar una
vivienda decente, segura y limpia en el mercado de alquiler privado. El programa de Asistencia
domiciliaria y comunitaria (Home and Community Care, HACC) subvenciona una parte del
alquiler directamente al propietario.

https://cdngeneral.rentcafe.com//dmslivecafe/UploadedImages/bfe0d066-6d46-46bc-9e41-97e5e4203278.pdf

For the first time in over a decade, low-income families will have the chance to get on the waiting list for a Housing C...
10/20/2020

For the first time in over a decade, low-income families will have the chance to get on the waiting list for a Housing Choice Voucher to use within Cook County. The application will be open from October 19—November 2. To apply, please click here: https://buff.ly/2PGrw61

An exciting opportunity is coming for #CookCounty renters! For the first time in over a decade, low-income families will have the chance to get on the waiting list for a Housing Choice Voucher to use within Cook County. The application will be open from October 19—November 2. To apply, please click here: https://buff.ly/2PGrw61

#affordablehousing #onecookcounty

For more information about this wait list opening CLICK HERE: https://buff.ly/3lUtGgt

For a reasonable accommodation or help filling out your application, contact us at by phone at (312)-517-2388 or by e-mail at [email protected]

The Cook County COVID-19 Recovery Mortgage Assistance application period is now open to income-eligible homeowners impac...
10/13/2020
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The Cook County COVID-19 Recovery Mortgage Assistance application period is now open to income-eligible homeowners impacted by COVID-19 for an amount of up to three times their monthly mortgage (max $10,000). Applications close on Friday. Make sure to check the requirements and apply today!

Login with your Cook County Live Guest Account to save and track your favorite properties, plus review your online applications.

Northside Community Resources
10/12/2020

Northside Community Resources

Si necesita ayuda con la solicitud, llame al (773) 338 7722 Ext 725

Northside Community Resources
10/12/2020

Northside Community Resources

Close to $20 million in funds will be dispersed to eligible applicants in the form of a one-time $1,000 award per household (Lottery). If you are eligible and would like to apply please go to https://www.icirr.org/covidil
If you need help applying please contact us at 773 338-7722 Ext 725. (Eligibility guidelines below).

10/12/2020
Lawyers' Committee for Better Housing

Explicaremos por qué Causa Justa es crucial para los inquilinos de Chicago. Si tiene alguna pregunta sobre Causa Justa, coméntela a continuación o vaya aquí para enviar sus preguntas para usar antes de la transmisión en vivo. http://bit.ly/JustCauseQuestionForm.

Para este #TenantThursday, nos asociamos con la Liga de Justicia de la Vivienda de Chicago para discutir la nueva legislación de protección de inquilinos ante el Concejo Municipal, "Causa Justa de Desalojo".

Nos acompañarán Byron Sigcho-Lopez, Concejal del Distrito 25; Fanny Lopez Benitez del Latino Policy Forum, y otros expertos.

Debería la ley obligar a los inquilinos a mudarse cuando no han hecho nada malo? Se puede frenar la gentrificación sin una causa justa? Dado que el desalojo afecta de manera desproporcionada a los afroamericanos, es la causa justa una cuestión de justicia racial?

Explicaremos por qué Causa Justa es crucial para los inquilinos de Chicago. Si tiene alguna pregunta sobre Causa Justa, coméntela a continuación o vaya aquí para enviar sus preguntas para usar antes de la transmisión en vivo. http://bit.ly/JustCauseQuestionForm.

Tenant Thursdays esta en vivo a las 6 pm en las páginas de Facebook de LCBH y Rentervention. Si tiene alguna inquietud inmediata, visite Rentervention.com.

Chicago Housing Justice League Alderman Byron Sigcho Lopez for the 25th Ward

Northside Community Resources
10/09/2020

Northside Community Resources

Northside Community Resources
10/09/2020

Northside Community Resources

SFR is funded by the Illinois Affordable Housing Trust Fund and awards grants to units of local government and nonprofit...
10/05/2020

SFR is funded by the Illinois Affordable Housing Trust Fund and awards grants to units of local government and nonprofit organizations across the state to assist low-income homeowners with the rehabilitation of their home. New to SFR is the Disaster Contingency Award (“DCA”) which is a component of SFR and is available to participating grantees in need of additional repair assistance, following a state or federal disaster proclamation. For more information, you may contact our Community Affairs Department at [email protected].

IHDA does not directly fund homeowners. If you are a homeowner looking for rehabilitation funds, CLICK HERE for a listing of funded organizations that you may contact. You may also contact a housing counselor to help you understand what options are available to you.

Lake County & Evanston Community Partners for Affordable
Housing (847) 263-7478

IHDA's Single #Family #Rehab Program (SFR) with Roof Only Option (SFR-R) provides grants to units of #local governments and nonprofit organizations throughout the state who will assist low-income and very low-income #homeowners with repairs to their #homes to remove #health and #safety hazards by providing funds to replace costly #maintenance items.

For more information, please visit:
https://www.ihda.org/my-community/revitalization-programs/

#Illinois #funding #housing #maintenance

ComEd announced that they resumed disconnections for past due bills last week. As many Illinois families and businesses ...
10/05/2020

ComEd announced that they resumed disconnections for past due bills last week.
As many Illinois families and businesses continue to struggle with the financial challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, ComEd wants to remind customers in need that a variety of options remain available to assist with past-due balances, but many of these enhanced financial assistance options are only available for a limited time.
Customers who are challenged in paying their outstanding balances and energy bills should contact ComEd's customer care team as soon as possible at 1-800-EDISON-1 (1-800-334-7661), Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. to take advantage of assistance options. Information on each of these options is available at ComEd.com/Support.
ComEd worked with the Illinois Attorney General’s office, the staff of the Illinois Commerce Commission and a broad group of stakeholders in June to offer the following customer-assistance options that are available for a limited time:
- Bill Assistance for Eligible Low-Income Customers. To help customers who are past due on their ComEd accounts, ComEd provides additional bill assistance – up to $500 –for eligible, low-income households earning 200 percent or less of the federal poverty level.
- More Flexible Payment Arrangements. For a limited time, ComEd offers payment plans of up to 18 installment payments with a 25% down payment for eligible residential customers. Low-income residential customers and those facing financial hardship can spread amounts they owe over 24 installment payments with no down payment.
ComEd understands the most vulnerable customers are hardest hit by the economic impacts of the pandemic, as such, they are suspending disconnects until March 2021 for their low-income customers. Please note the moratorium only applies to LIHEAP eligible customers or customers experiencing financial hardship.

ComEd announced that they resumed disconnections for past due bills last week.

As many Illinois families and businesses continue to struggle with the financial challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, ComEd wants to remind customers in need that a variety of options remain available to assist with past-due balances, but many of these enhanced financial assistance options are only available for a limited time.

Customers who are challenged in paying their outstanding balances and energy bills should contact ComEd's customer care team as soon as possible at 1-800-EDISON-1 (1-800-334-7661), Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. to take advantage of assistance options. Information on each of these options is available at ComEd.com/Support.

ComEd worked with the Illinois Attorney General’s office, the staff of the Illinois Commerce Commission and a broad group of stakeholders in June to offer the following customer-assistance options that are available for a limited time:
- Bill Assistance for Eligible Low-Income Customers. To help customers who are past due on their ComEd accounts, ComEd provides additional bill assistance – up to $500 –for eligible, low-income households earning 200 percent or less of the federal poverty level.
- More Flexible Payment Arrangements. For a limited time, ComEd offers payment plans of up to 18 installment payments with a 25% down payment for eligible residential customers. Low-income residential customers and those facing financial hardship can spread amounts they owe over 24 installment payments with no down payment.

ComEd understands the most vulnerable customers are hardest hit by the economic impacts of the pandemic, as such, they are suspending disconnects until March 2021 for their low-income customers. Please note the moratorium only applies to LIHEAP eligible customers or customers experiencing financial hardship.

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1530 W Morse Ave
Chicago, IL
60626

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00

Telephone

(773) 262-2290

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We Help Obtain Better Housing Opportunities in Rogers Park and Chicago through education, training, advocacy and development.

A nonprofit community organization based in Rogers Park since 1996, Northside Community Development Corporation is one of Chicago's premier housing agencies providing quality counseling, education, and resources to Chicago and the surrounding suburbs.

We provide homeownership counseling in the following areas: * One-on-one Foreclosure Prevention Counseling * Pre-purchase First Time Homebuyer Training * Pre-purchase Condominium Training * One-on-one Mortgage Readiness Assessment * Chicago Community Land Trust Training * Anti-Predatory Lending Database file review

NCDC strives to meet the housing counseling demands of our turbulent economy. We have met the demand of struggling homeowners by increasing capacity to provide more foreclosure prevention counseling. However, we firmly believe that the best foreclosure prevention tool is a quality pre-purchase counseling program that encourages our clients to make sustainable homeownership decisions from the get-go. Through our wide range of services we serve clients of all types of racial and income backgrounds. We work with clients in all 50 wards of the city as well as suburban regions. We continue to maintain unique partnerships with public, private, and other non-profit agencies to expand our reach and further our mission.

We also provide Employer Assisted Housing services. We currently provide EAH services for the Chicago Board of Education, Hamra Enterprises, Labelmaster, and Loyola University

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