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Mr Bryan N Esenberg

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NeighborHomes Manager

Neighborhood Housing Services of Chicago , Inc.
1279 N. Milwaukee Ave. 5Th Floor
Chicago, Illinois 60622
United States

 
Background

Employment History

Education

  • MA in Real Estate , Concentration in Urban Planning
    University of Illinois, Chicago
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Neighborhood Housing Services of Chicago
www.nhschicago.org, 25 April 2010 [cached]
Bryan Esenberg NeighborHomes Manager
Neighborhood Housing Services of Chicago
nhschicago.org, 10 Nov 2008 [cached]
Bryan Esenberg NeighborHomes Manager
Bryan Esenberg, ...
www.nhschicago.org, 3 Feb 2006 [cached]
Bryan Esenberg, NeighborHomes Manager, NHS Redevelopment Corporation, and NHS construction specialist Luis Rojas are quoted about its 108-year-old practical green home in Grand Crossing on the Southeast Side.
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NHS Redevelopment Corporation's Bryan Esenberg tends the graveyard of Chicago's housing boom. At NHS, he steps in to prevent abandoned buildings mired in the foreclosure process from falling apart while mortgage companies, lenders, owners and investors grapple over who is responsible.
As of last year, there were roughly 15,000 vacant buildings in Chicago, 85 percent of which were caught in some stage of the foreclosure process, according to city figures.
Four years into the foreclosure crisis, Esenberg said, some of the houses he sees have lost so must value that even the lenders have walked away... As most conventional mortgages won't cover the purchase of heavily damaged homes, the Neighborhood Housing Services program marks one of a few attempts nationally to save such houses.
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Bryan Esenberg of NHS Redevelopment Corporation, discusses the NHS' role in taking care of properties that have been abandoned by both banks and lenders and helping them to get back on the market.
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Esenberg also pointed out that foreclosed properties may account for a large part of the price decline.
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"2011 is going to be a year of foreclosures and short sales," Esenberg said. Home prices will continue to drop, "until people stop selling unless they have to," he predicted.
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Bryan Esenberg, NeighborHomes manager of single-family homes, talks about this unique program and why it fits with NHS' mission to revitalize neighborhoods.
Bryan Esenberg's job is to tend ...
texashousers.net, 8 Mar 2011 [cached]
Bryan Esenberg's job is to tend the graveyard of Chicago's housing boom.
Esenberg works for a local nonprofit that steps in to prevent abandoned buildings mired in the foreclosure process from falling apart while mortgage companies, lenders, owners and investors grapple over who is responsible.
Once, he was called in because the entire facade of an abandoned house had fallen onto the sidewalk, he said. In another case, a young family was stuck in a house with a basement full of raw sewage after the landlord had walked away.
In the first such case he handled, Esenberg said, a homeowner had just packed up and left after getting a foreclosure notice. "But then the bank never foreclosed," said Esenberg, who works with Neighborhood Housing Services of Chicago.
Still, Chicago encompasses a wide variety ...
www.chicagojournal.com, 1 Dec 2010 [cached]
Still, Chicago encompasses a wide variety of neighborhoods and the 5.6 percent average drop does not accurately reflect the discrepancy in home prices among its different neighborhoods, according to Bryan Esenberg, NeighborHomes manager at Neighborhood Housing Services of Chicago Inc., which works to revitalize downtrodden neighborhoods. "Some of the worst neighborhoods dropped 20 percent and that might drag down some of the better neighborhoods," he said.
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"2011 is going to be a year of foreclosures and short sales," Esenberg said. Home prices will continue to drop, "until people stop selling unless they have to," he predicted.
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