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Don’t Pass Up Neighborhood Stabilization Program Properties
Don’t Pass Up Neighborhood Stabilization Program Properties

Personally having the opportunity to walk inside several upgraded and renovated Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) homes in the City of Atlanta, one thing is clear to me.  The properties are phenomenal.  Everything inside is new (if it’s not, it certainly is in great condition).  Fresh paint.  Stainless steel appliances. Hardwood floors (in some units) or new carpets.  Fenced-in back yards and/or covered front porches.  These are just a few of the upgrades attracting buyers to the City.  But renters have a great selection of upgraded units too.  Some have granite counters and other amenities I just mentioned.  NSP properties are a great choice for singles, families and college grads who want to live in the City.  If you are in the market to buy and you want to live in the City, I would not pass up the opportunities NSP offers you.   

“I can’t afford to live in the City of Atlanta.”  That’s what many people who haven’t checked into the City’s NSP might be thinking, but they would be wrong.  “I can’t afford a home on my salary.”  If that’s what you’re thinking but you still dream of owning a nice home, think again.  The City of Atlanta’s Office of Housing has launched a new web site that directly links you to with agencies such as the Atlanta Development Authority or the Georgia Department of Community Affairs that have down payment assistance programs offering thousands of dollars toward the purchase of a home.  Sorry, condos are excluded from our NSP.

Need specific information on Atlanta’s NSP?  No worries.  Look on-line.  It’s easy and most information is now in one place.  What does that mean?  It means you can see available properties for sale and for rent on-line.  See interior and exterior photos of properties and find out contact information for the NSP developer that’s selling or renting.  Be sure to visit the Department of Planning and Community Development’s new Website for all the information you need.  When you log on to www.AtlantaNSPHousing.com you will find Home buyers and renters have a wide variety of places to live in the City of Atlanta.