The NLBN Summit is the only national event dedicated to urban, suburban, and rural land banks. Join is in Cleveland, Ohio in 2023!
Land Banks in America: Today’s Movement and What We’ve Learned
Join this webinar to learn more about the new National Land Bank Network from the Center for Community Progress.
Myth Busting: Shared Equity Homeownership in Weak Market Cities
Shared-equity homeownership, a model of creating and preserving resale-restricted homeownership opportunities for low-income households, can help any city advance equity and inclusion.
Neighborhood Homes Investment Act: A Targeted, Bipartisan Tax Credit to Help Communities
Learn how the NHIA could help close the appraisal gap — the difference between the cost to acquire and rehab or build a property and its updated market value.
Reclaiming Vacant Properties Conference 2019 – Equity First: Revitalizing Communities Together
The ninth RVP, held in Atlanta, focused on efforts to revitalize disinvested communities in ways that meet the needs and preferences of residents, create new opportunities for and with marginalized communities, and rectify unjust land use, housing, and related policies that contributed to decline.
Reclaiming Vacant Properties Conference 2022 Responding to Crisis: Building an Equitable and Resilient Future
Since 2007, thousands of urban, suburban, and rural leaders have … Read More
State Policy and Equitable Revitalization: A Conversation with Alan Mallach
How state laws and policies can help or harm cities’ ability to mount successful and equitable revitalization efforts.
Understanding the Final Rule: Leveraging ARPA to Address Vacancy and Strengthen Communities
American Rescue Plan Act funds can be used to help address vacant properties and community revitalization. Learn how in this webinar.
Federal Policy Update in Response to COVID-19
How federal policy response to the pandemic can help community revitalization and addressing vacant and problem properties.
Leaders of Color in Land Banking
How land banks and community development organizations can increase diversity and better represent their communities.