The goal: help the individual or family obtain housing quickly, increase self-sufficiency and keep them housed.
Author Corey Carlisle
Bank investments in housing and broader community development can lead to improved health outcomes in communities.
One in four Americans are caregiving for someone, and nearly two-thirds of those are helping manage someone’s financial affairs.
Creating sustainable homeownership and advancing neighborhood recovery.
After years of progress, there’s been only modest improvement in economic and financial education in the United States.
FinEdLink helps bankers reach older customers with the training they need to protect themselves and their money.
The ABA Foundation is proud to support the financial readiness and success of our service member customers and their families.
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Since any solution to address this demand-supply mismatch must include a combination of new construction and affordable housing preservation, many advocates and developers have set their sights on neighborhoods with rental stock that is both market-rate and affordable to people living at or below median income for those areas. This is called naturally occurring affordable housing, or NOAH.