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Community Capital Resources is a not-for-profit Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) established in 1989 to bring financial, technical and educational resources to affordable housing and community and economic development initiatives in the lower Hudson Valley.

We achieve these objectives through a variety of programs including: affordable housing lending; support for micro-businesses including grants, loans and technical assistance; and the encouragement of asset building for low-income families and communities through our financial literacy education program, our support of Volunteer Income Tax Assistance and our Individual Development Account program.

Formerly known as the Westchester Housing Fund, we have recently changed our name to reflect our growing menu of programs and our expanded service area that now includes Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan and Ulster counties in the lower Hudson Valley.



CCR offers 18 Hour Business Plan Writing Class in Greenburg starting September 27th 2011 …

CCR offers 18 Hour Business Plan Writing Class in Mount Vernon starting November 2nd 2011 …

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Entrepreneur of the Month:  Sunny Cover, Peekskill Coffee House …. 

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Affordable Housing Development
Since 1989, CCR has helped develop more than 1,500 units of affordable housing reflecting a total investment of more than $200 million.

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Small Business Development
Our small business lending and support program offers low interest loans up to $50,000 for start-up and existing business that cannot obtain conventional financing.
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Asset Development
and Financial Education
We offer several programs designed to help our clients build their personal wealth.


International Real Estate Outlook - Colombia

Real estate prices in Colombia began rising in 2002 and prices went up 20-25% in that year alone. Housing prices rose annually in Colombia by 10-15% between 2003 and 2007.

BBVA analysts predicts that the Colombian housing market shows a high potential and estimates that residential investment will grow on average 5.5% anually during 2015 and 2016. The moderation of process in big cities like Bogota, Pereira, Armenia and Cali will continue and mortgage lending remains dynamic.

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