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As you may be aware, Springfield NHS is a non-profit organization with the mission to transform families and revitalize distressed neighborhoods through sustainable homeownership development, recycling of blighted properties and resident empowerment. A chartered member of the national NeighborWorks® network, Springfield NHS has for more than three decades helped thousands of families improve the quality of their lives through its Full-Cycle Lending™ methodology that includes:

  • Targeted neighborhood revitalization and stabilization,
  • Pre-purchase counseling and education to prospective homebuyers,
  • Technical assistance throughout the home-buying process,
  • Creative lending products to assure sustainable affordability, and
  • Post-purchase services that include foreclosure intervention counseling.

2014 is the 35th Anniversary of Springfield Neighborhood Housing Services, as we prepare to celebrate the successes of our great organization we also acknowledge the struggle ahead.

Clearly, challenges now abound in the economy and housing market that are unprecedented in most of our lifetimes. Nonetheless, by addressing the obstacles thoughtfully and synergistically, we can transform dark yesterdays into bright tomorrows. Thus, we think it important to take a little time in order to celebrate successes achieved collaboratively, thank our stakeholders, and calibrate for a sustainable future.

 

 

 


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SNHS Gala Celebrating 35 Years

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Springfield Neighborhood Housing Services begins our 35 year celebration.

Springfield Neighborhood Housing Services ushered in our 35th year of service to the Community with a Flag Raising on the steps of City Hall on Monday November 4, 2013 at 10am, followed by a reception in Room 220 of City Hall. This event was free and open to the public. Springfield Neighborhood Housing Services (SNHS) provides a full array of mortgage products to potential homebuyers located anywhere within the Commonwealth. Established in 1978, SNHS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that transforms families and revitalizes communities through homeownership development, recycling of blighted properties and resident empowerment. This is done successfully through the following: Full-Cycle Lending services provided to families in the city and region: Credit counseling and home ownership education for potential buyers; Technical assistance to borrowers from loan intake to closing; Flexible financing products that Include property rehabilitation; Technical assistance with property inspections and rehabilitation services; and post-purchase services that include foreclosure intervention which provide critical guidance and relief to struggling homeowners facing loss of their home. Loan products include those for purchase, refinance and/or rehabilitation. SNHS has stabilized and stimulated development within Springfield through homeownership development, recycling of properties, and resident empowerment. At SNHS, we work to transform distressed neighborhoods by helping to create sustainable home ownership opportunities for families.  Springfield NHS has helped hundreds of families achieve their dreams of sustainable homeownership. Wherever a family may be along the continuum of homeownership, Springfield NHS has products and services that add value.

More information on Springfield Neighborhood Housing Services is available at www.springfieldnhs.org or (413) 739-4737.


Verizon Foundation Shines Volunteer Spotlight on Lisa Harrison

When Lisa Harrison volunteered with nonprofit Springfield Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc. (SpringfieldNHS) six years ago she had no idea she would be invited to sit on its board of directors and simultaneously be elected as president two years later.

The Springfield nonprofit transforms families and revitalizes communities through homeownership development, recycling of blighted properties and resident empowerment. This is done through credit counseling and home-ownership education for potential buyers; technical assistance to borrowers from loan intake to closing; flexible financing products that include property rehabilitation; technical assistance with property inspections and rehabilitation services; and post-purchase services that include foreclosure intervention.

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