CRN Press Releases


May 20, 2015

Chicago Rehab Network Releases Housing Market Analysis by County

Today 1 out of 2 renters and 1 out of 3 owners cannot afford their housing in Illinois. 

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February 10, 2015

Chicago Rehab Network Releases Housing Market Analysis by Ward

Widespread and increasing housing cost burden threatens neighborhood stability. 

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December 3, 2014

Success of neighborhood investments hinges on targeting and growing housing resources to serve minimum wage workers

The Chicago Rehab Network to give testimony on municipal housing activities to Chicago City Council. 

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January 21, 2010

Neighborhoods to Return Foreclosures to Affordability

The Chicago Rehab Network provides a training to instruct community developers on how to find, research, and assess foreclosed properties in the neighborhoods, and how to make the financials work for affordability. 

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December 14, 2009

CRN Releases Analysis of City Housing Report                                       

A response to the Department of Community Development's Third Quarter Progress Report as part of the Five Year Plan Affordable Housing Plan, Accepting the Challenge 2009-2013

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October 15, 2009

CRN Releases New Housing Factsheet and Community Toolkit

As the City of Chicago prepares to release its proposed Budget for 2010, Chicago Rehab Network (CRN) has released a new Housing Fact Sheet along with a Community Toolkit to help Chicagoans understand the City Budgeting process and make their voices heard about affordability in their community.

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September 9, 2009

CRN Releases Analysis of City Housing Report

A Response to the Department of Community Development's Second Quarter Progress Report as part of the Five Year Plan Affordable Housing Plan, Accepting the Challenge 2009-2013

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August 10, 2009

CRN Releases Analysis of City Housing Report

New Federal programs, Olympics call for urgent attention to rental housing creation and preservation.

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