The South Suburban Land Bank and Development Authority will facilitate the redevelopment of acquired properties through strategic partnerships with developers, community organizations, lenders, and local governments to improve quality of life, stabilize the tax base, and enhance economic activities that promote sustainable, healthy, and stable communities in a manner consistent with local government plans and priorities.
The next SSLBDA Board meeting is scheduled for Monday, September 15th, 2014 at 3:00 pm at the SSMMA offices: 1904 W 174th St., East Hazel Crest IL.
SSLBDA Board Agenda - September 2014.pdf
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS: REALTORS, BROKERS, AND REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE FIRMS
The South Suburban Land Bank and Development Authority is requesting qualification statements from licensed Realtors, Brokers and Real Estate Brokerage Firms for Real Estate Marketing, Acquisition and Consulting Services. Qualification period is rolling.
Please open the attached PDF below for details.
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS - Realtors - Brokers - Firms 5-28-14.pdf
SSLBDA AG Contract - Final Execution Copy 3-11-2014.pdf
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS: ACCOUNTING
The South Suburban Land Bank and Development Authority requested qualification statements from Certified Public Accountants and Accounting Firms for Accounting and Consulting Services with responses due by June 13, 2014 at 2pm. We thank all who responded and we have selected the firm of: Wermer, Rogers, Doran and Ruzon.
Available Properties (click on Available Properties & Projects link to the right for photos):
- 406 Suwanee, Park Forest IL (two bedroom single family home)
2336 Union St. #1, Blue Island IL (one bedroom condo - downtown Blue Island across from the Hospital)
130 Warwick, Park Forest (vacant residential lot)
22417 Chappel, Sauk Village (three bedroom single family home)
2414 Apache, Sauk Village (three bedroom single family home)
3003 224th Pl., Sauk Village (three bedroom single family home)
Contact us for more information: email@example.com
The SSLBDA was made possible by a Department of Housing and Urban Development Sustainable Communities Grant to the South Suburban Mayors and Managers Association (SSMMA), and with ongoing support from the Illinois Attorney General's Bank Foreclosure Settlement and the JP Morgan Chase Foundation.