The impact of the foreclosure crisis continues to be front and center for the Chicago region's towns, villages and cities. The 2010 Regional HOPI Annual Plenary meeting will be an opportunity to hear from experts on economic and foreclosure trends, as well as a chance to share information about successes, challenges and emerging initiatives from peers and practitioners throughout the region. Topics to be covered include:
- How to best keep families in their homes in current market conditions
- Continued supply of vacant and foreclosed homes – how to minimize neighborhood disinvestment and generate neighborhood confidence for rental and for sale
- Emerging Initiatives including new efforts regarding Mortgage Fraud; Housing Action Illinois's Servicer Initiative and the Cook County Mediation Program
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Event is Invitation Only.