Skip to Content

NSP Toolkits

Guides, tools, sample policies and procedures, and written agreements are provided to assist Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) grantees and program partners in designing and implementing their programs.

Find by Program Area


NSP Homeownership Toolkit

NSP homeownership tools are intended for grantees and their partners designing and implementing programs to assist low- to moderate-income homebuyers in purchasing a home through property development or individual financial assistance.

NSP Lease-Purchase Toolkit

Lease-Purchase tools are intended for grantees and their partners developing and operating programs to assist low- to moderate-income homebuyers in purchasing a home by allowing them to lease a home with an option to buy.

NSP Multifamily Rental Toolkit

Multifamily Rental tools are intended for grantees and their partners designing and implementing programs that provide affordable rental housing through large rental projects of five or more units.

NSP Single-Family Rental Toolkit

Single-Family Rental tools are intended for grantees and their partners designing and implementing programs that provide affordable rental housing through small rental projects of less than five units.

NSP Demolition Toolkit

Demolition tools are intended for grantees and their partners using NSP funds to demolish blighted properties.

NSP Commercial, Public and Mixed-Use Facilities Toolkit

Commercial, Mixed-Use and Public facilities tools are intended for grantees and their partners running programs to develop commercial, mixed-use or public facilities on NSP-qualified properties.

NSP Land Banking Toolkit

Land Banking tools are intended for grantees and their partners using land banking as a strategy to assemble, temporarily manage, and dispose of vacant land for the purpose of stabilizing neighborhoods and encouraging reuse of urban property.

NSP Disposition Toolkit

NSP disposition tools are intended for grantees and their partners seeking guidance and best practices for disposing of NSP properties. These tools have been developed over the past several years in response to the needs of NSP grantees. HUD continues to develop material that can help communities achieve their NSP goals. If you know of another tool, or wish to request information on a topic that cannot be found here, please email Larry Reyes on the NSP Team at Lawrence.c.reyes@hud.gov.