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January 12, 1990 - Image 71

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-12

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Southfield?

And
speaking
of housing...

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An abundance of housing opportunities on tree-lined streets

Since 1986, hundreds of individuals and families have purchased homes through The
Neighborhood Project's housing and incentive loan program.

This program encourages home buyers to
locate and remain in Oak Park and Southfield
neighborhoods. The program can be of help
by providing:

• Interest-free loans

Contacts with lending institutions

• Home-buying information

• Home improvement loans

• Neighborhood tours and orientations

Who's eligible?

Mother-toddler class, Jewish Community Center

For information, call
The Neighborhood Project,
967-1112

Any Jewish home buyer purchasing a resi-
dence within The Neighborhood Project
boundaries may be eligible for an interest-free
loan. You need only qualify for a mortgage and
plan to live in the house.

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