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    Community development finance: Responding to community needs

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  • 2016 Annual Report

    2016 was a big year. Read about how we invest, strengthen, and advance community development in NJ.

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  • South Jersey Biz Executives of the Year

    NJCC President Wayne T. Meyer was selected by South Jersey Biz as an Executive of the Year for 2016.

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  • Smart Growth Awards 2016

    NJCC was honored to be a recipient of New Jersey Future's 2016 Smart Growth Awards for our work with HANDS, Inc. redeveloping the F. Berg Hat Factory in Orange, NJ.

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  • Our Impact

    Explore our sectors of work to see how we are making a difference in New Jersey's at-risk communities.

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  • ReStart New Jersey

    Our groundbreaking home preservatoin program is working to keep hundreds of delinquent homeowners in their homes with mortgages they can afford.

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New Jersey Community Capital (NJCC) is a community development financial institution (CDFI) with a mission to create thriving communities through strategic investments and knowledge.

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Invested into over 700 high impact projects across New Jersey

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Adaptive Reuse for Former Newark Hospital Could Move Forward

Zoning officials in Newark are scheduled to vote this week on whether to grant Preliminary and Final Site Plan approval as part of a proposed adaptive reuse of a historic former hospital.

Creative Impact Investing Helps Troubled Homeowners

It's been a decade since the real-estate bubble burst, but New Jersey still has a foreclosure problem. Last year, one out of every 62 homes in the state received a filing of foreclosure, compared with one of every 197 nationwide.

New Jersey Tops Nation in Foreclosure Activity

Foreclosures are surging in New Jersey, and that could be a boon for the state's housing market.

While bank repossessions across the U.S.. fell to an 11-year low in 2017, they reached an 11-year high in New Jersey, according to ATTOM Data Solutions, a business-research firm.