NCALL

Community Impact


Units Developed/Households Assisted – 2,213


  • 617 homeownership clients counseled with 347 loan closings
  • 717 new financial literacy clients coached
  • 313 clients attended Growing Your Money workshops
  • 106 new foreclosure prevention clients counseled with 67 positive resolutions
  • 55 self-help housing closings
  • 12 homes, 7 rental units, 30 rooms/beds for supportive housing, 6,607 sq. ft. of community facility space and 3,160 sq. ft. of commercial and retail space was financed by the Loan Fund
  • 94 rental units developed
  • 33 Central Dover families received emergency housing assistance
  • 202 Kent and Sussex County renters received COVID-19-related emergency rental assistance through the DE Housing Assistance Program
  • 27 Kent And Sussex County homeowners received COVID-19-related emergency mortgage assistance through the DE Mortgage Assistance Program

Total Financing Leveraged – $124,610,957*


  • $80,021,969 in conventional and RD mortgages
  • $12,541,553 by foreclosure prevention (mortgages saved)
  • $6,785,000 in total loans and participations originated by the Loan Fund
  • $23,501,319 in housing development financing
  • $1,291,512 in self-help housing grants obligated
  • $469,604 in emergency assistance grants

*Using the accepted economic ratio of 7 to 1, NCALL’s economic impact for FY ‘20 would be $872,276,699



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