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NEIGHBORHOOD STABILIZATION PROGRAM. A Component of HUD’s Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program. Neighborhood Stabilization. Authorized by Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008 (HERA) Funding Level = $3.92 Billion Grants to states and local governments.

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Neighborhood stabilization program


A Component of HUD’s Community Development

Block Grant (CDBG) Program

Neighborhood stabilization
Neighborhood Stabilization

  • Authorized by Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008 (HERA)

  • Funding Level = $3.92 Billion

  • Grants to states and local governments

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Neighborhood Stabilization

  • Not all regular CDBG entitlements will receive NSP funds

  • Unfunded entitlements to access NSP funds through states

  • States may award NSP funds to entitlements receiving own NSP grant

  • States authorized to directly implement activities

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Neighborhood Stabilization

  • HERA specifies formula distribution, eligible uses, targeting requirements

  • HUD will use Notice approach to implementation

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Neighborhood Stabilization

  • HUD established formula and announced on website ( Sept. 29

  • Formula is based on number and percent by state and local government for:

    • Foreclosures

    • Subprime loans

    • Delinquencies

  • Reallocation provision – Failure to apply, unacceptable application, or poor performance

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Neighborhood Stabilization

  • HUD approach equates release of allocations with distribution of funds

  • Application is substantial amendment to existing annual CPD action plan

  • Grantees to submit amendment not later than December 1, 2008

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Neighborhood Stabilization

  • HERA directs that funds be treated as CDBG funds except:

    • As modified by HERA;

    • HUD may specify alternatives to CDBG requirements solely to expedite use of funds;

    • HUD may not alter fair housing, nondiscrimination, labor relations and environment.

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Neighborhood Stabilization

  • HERA imposes alternative low-mod benefit requirements

    • All funds must benefit individuals at or below 120% of area median income (AMI)

    • 25% of all funds must be used to benefit individuals at or below 50% of AMI

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Neighborhood Stabilization

  • Eligible uses – 5 specified by HERA

    • Financing mechanisms

    • Acquisition and rehabilitation

    • Land banking

    • Demolition

    • Redevelopment

  • Will allow up to 10% for grantee administrative cost

  • Pre-award costs allowable

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Neighborhood Stabilization

  • Homes acquired or redeveloped for use as primary residence must be sold at or below total cost of activities

  • All properties to be purchased at discount to current market appraised value

Accessing the disaster recovery grant reporting drgr system
Accessing the Disaster Recovery Grant Reporting (DRGR) System

  • Full name

  • Address

  • Phone number with extension

  • Fax number

  • Email address

  • Whether you will be the system administrator for your community

  • Last 6 digits of your social security number

email for set-up and questions

Nsp workshops
NSP Workshops System

The sessions scheduled are:

Friday, October 10, 2008:

Wilshire Grand Hotel930 Wilshire BoulevardLos Angeles, CA 90017Guest room reservation: (888) 773-2888

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Hilton Polaris8700 Lyra DriveColumbus, OH 43240Guest room reservation: (800) 885-1600

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Sheraton Safari Hotel and Suites Lake Buena Vista12205 South Apopka Vineland RoOrlando, FL 32836Guest room reservation: (407) 239-0444