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NOVA churches convince banks to commit over $30 million

WOODBRIDGE, Va. - Prince William County and Manassas were the hardest hit communities in Virginia by the 2008 housing collapse. Now a group of religious leaders has announced a $30 million plan to help families who lost their homes to foreclosure. At a meeting Monday night at Woodbridge Middle School in Woodbridge, VOICE (Virginians Organized For Interfaith Community Engagement) announced a pilot program to rehab 100 vacant and blighted townhomes and to build 1,500 units of affordable rental housing over a 15-year period.

Publication Date: 
Monday, June 3, 2013
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MyFox 5 DC
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