The Resurrection Project believes that a person buying a home isn’t just buying a home: they’re buying a part of the community. That’s why we have worked to develop affordable homes for sale in Back of the Yards, Melrose Park, and other areas, and why we created a nonprofit home purchase program.
TRP’s home purchase program can help you achieve your dream of buying a home. The recent foreclosure crisis taught us all that owning a home isn’t enough: we also have to know how to maintain long-term financial health so that we can keep our home through prosperity and recession alike.
That’s why TRP works with you to ensure your financial health is in good order before buying a home. Our financial health classes and one-on-one counseling sessions will help you understand what your options are as a potential homebuyer, what you’ll need to do to ensure you can buy the house of your dreams, and know what you’ll need to keep it. We work commission-free so that we focus on the mission of getting you the home you want. Our commission is knowing you’ve invested in the community by buying a home and keeping it.
The Resurrection Project has available high quality, recently renovated, low-cost homes for sale in Chicago’s Back of the Yards community and across the western suburbs of Melrose Park, Maywood, and Bellwood to eligible low- and moderate-income homeowners.
– Up to $10,000 in down payment and purchase price assistance may be available for qualified buyers.
– Our Realtors® work commission-free, so they focus on getting you the home you want. Or, as we say, we focus on the mission, not the commission.
– We can help you purchase one of our properties, or any property in the Chicagoland region.
– Buying a home is your chance to invest in your community while building up your wealth.
Equal Housing Opportunity Statement
We are pledged to the letter and spirit of U.S. policy for the achievement of equal housing opportunity throughout the nation.
We encourage and support an affirmative advertising and marketing program in which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin.