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Housing isn’t the number one thing people think of when it comes to stabilization and growth in a community, but it is in fact a critical part of a healthy community. Wyoming Housing Network had seen a large increase in clients served through our housing counseling programs. With the exponential growth in need for services […]
NeighborWorks America Celebrates 40 years! Wyoming Housing Network is one of nearly 250 network members of NeighborWorks America, a congressionally chartered national nonpartisan nonprofit that creates opportunities for people to improve their lives and strengthen their communities by providing access to homeownership and to safe and affordable rental housing. Twenty eighteen marks the 40th Anniversary […]
According to HUD, borrowers who use a HUD Approved Housing Counselor are 283% more likely to receive loan modifications. Facing Foreclosure? You have options. We can HELP! Counseled homeowners have a greater chance of avoiding foreclosure.
Just a few years ago (2015), Wyoming’s foreclosure rate was extremely low, ranking 43rd in the U.S.; last month it ranked 29th. (That was an 18% decrease from the previous month, and a 12% decrease from the same time last year.) Wyoming did not follow the national trends through the mortgage crisis which began in 2007. When national foreclosure filings dropped to a nine-year low in 2015, foreclosures began increasing in Wyoming and other energy producing states, as oil prices fell.
Thank you to everyone who came out to the Grand Openings of Rock Creek & Capital Court Apartments!
Our Juniper Ridge Community Garden has come a long way thanks to our residents, community support and volunteers. We are looking forward to next year!
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Popular wisdom says that kids like veggies about as much as cats like baths. But the kids at Spring Hill Apartments in Casper proved that just isn’t the case! A group of nine gutsy and creative young chefs participated in the Cent$ible Nutrition Program, which is part of an outreach program run by the University […]
As those of us who call Wyoming home know well, there are some fairly large distances between our communities. Miles of sweeping sage-covered plains and rugged mountain ranges make getting to the next town tough sometimes. In winter? Even tougher, if possible at all. Wyoming Housing Network doesn’t let those challenges stand in the way […]