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The Illinois Housing Development Authority has just launched a new program, Welcome Home Illinois, offering downpayment assistance and below market mortgage rates.

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The Illinois Housing Development Authority (IHDA) has homebuyer programs that offer safe, fixed rate interest loans at affordable rates to those buyers who have a good credit score, stable career but lack what's needed for a down payment. For more information call Jerrie Turner at 630.673.7020 - Your Pet Friendly Realtor!

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Illinois offering $7,500 in down payment help The Illinois Housing Development Authority has launched a program that will provide down payments of $7,500 each to up to 4,000 first-time homebuyers, veterans and others in 10 Illinois counties.

Habitat Illinois Building Impact: It’s here! A new program grant generously provided by Illinois Housing Development Authority (IHDA) to Habitat for Humanity of Illinois for $350,000 to fund housing for those in need. Habitat Illinois Building Impact By: Michelle Morgan


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1. Chicago, Illinois (2007) – Since February 2000, the Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) has operated the Plan for Transformation, the largest public housing reform program in the United States. Among its reforms has been to make use of Federal HOPE VI dollars to demolish many of its large scale developments. Ida B. Wells Homes, seen here, was the city’s first public housing development dedicated for African-American use. After more than 60 years of occupancy, it sat mostly vacant


ACLU Sues Over Chicago Public Housing Drug Tests | The ACLU of Illinois Thursday filed a class-action lawsuit against the Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) over its policy requiring drug testing of residents in mixed-income developments. The ACLU charges in US District Court that the CHA’s policy of suspicionless drug testing violates the Fourth Amendment’s proscription on unreasonable searches and seizures.