St. Louis County is eligible to receive federal funds from the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development through the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) to purchase foreclosed or abandoned homes and to rehabilitate, resell, or redevelop these homes in order to stabilize neighborhoods and stem the decline of house values of neighboring homes.
Certified Neighborhood Stablization Housing
- Program Overview & Forms
- Click here for Properties for Sale
Look for this sign for assurance that
you are buying a CERTIFIED NSP HOME!
2010 Neighborhood Stabilization Program 3 Plan
Read the entire NSP3 Application
for publication- 25 pages
Read the NSP Procedure
Manual DRAFT 2- 16 pages
Read the Project Summary- 1 page
Download the: Neighborhood Stabilization Program Rehabilitation Standards.
Download the Maps:
Neighborhood Stabilization Program Quarterly Performance Reports
Read the January 2011 Report- 153 pages
Read the October 2010 Report- 150 pages
Read the July 2010 Report- 149 pages
Read the April 2010 Report- 125 pages
Read the January 2010 Report- 116 pages
Read the October 2009 Report- 87 pages
Read the July 2009 Report- 80 pages
Read the April 2009 Report- 38 pages
2008 Neighborhood Stabilization Program Plan
Download entire 2008 NSP Plan- 35 pages
Download 2008 NSP Plan Maps- 7 pages - 3.2MB - will be slow without a high speed internet connection
Download List of High Need Block Groups
Download List of High Need LMMA Block Groups
Review 2008 NSP Income Limits
Read submitted comments on the NSP Plan.
Download the Neighborhood Stabilization Program Rehabilitation Standards: Neighborhood Stabilization Program Rehabilitation Standards.
It is the policy of St. Louis County to provide services without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, familial status, physical handicap or disability