Community economic development (CED) is the process of addressing community economic problems – such as unemployment, lack of affordable housing, or the lack of sufficient retail and other services – through projects that are planned and implemented by institutions that are governed by boards with community involvement.

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Resources found in the real estate development category include comprehensive tools practitioners can use when considering residential and commercial development projects.

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The business development category is a resource for both agencies and business owners in the basic start-up phase or who are experienced in business operations and management functions who are looking for current and innovative expertise.

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The lender and other financial services category provides ideas for funding economic development projects or financial service programs.

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