West End Neighborhood House
History of West End Neighborhood House

Homes for sale now!

Looking to purchase a home? Know someone who is? There are some wonderful, fully renovated homes on the west side! Qualifying buyers could pay as little as $500/month (including taxes and insurance). Properties for sale at 102, 106 and 113 North Dupont St. Contact Johanna Novack (302) 888-0300 for more info.


“Cornerstone West helped me purchase the home of my dreams. I truly love my house, my porch, my neighbors and being so close to Little Italy shops and restaurants.” - Maria Shevchenko, Cornerstone West customer


West End Neighborhood House has been a long-time leader in the revitalization of Wilmington’s West Side. West End offers housing services to fit the diverse needs of our community because we believe that safe, affordable housing is the key to personal financial success and to the health of our overall community. From providing housing or assistance to some of our neediest customers to providing homeownership counseling and affordable homes through Cornerstone West, West End’s development arm, West End has the housing opportunity you’re looking for.

Preparing to Buy a Home

If you’re thinking of buying a home, West End’s comprehensive HUD-Certified Housing Counseling provides step-by-step guidance through the purchase process, pre and post mortgage counseling, default prevention, credit and budget counseling and down payment and settlement assistance. For more information, call 302-658-4171 and ask to speak to a housing counselor.

If you’re trying to save for a home or are seeking a loan to move to a safe, affordable apartment,  check out our  our Statewide Security Deposit Loan Program.

Ready to Buy?

Cornerstone West, Community Development Corporation is a not-for-profit community development corporation which grew from a collaborative effort between West End Neighborhood House, Inc., St. Francis Hospital and the community. Cornerstone creates homeownership opportunities through the renovation, construction and sale of homes; provides home improvement opportunities to current homeowners through the rehabilitation of their homes; and facilitates collaborative strategies for community revitalization.

Housing for Former Foster Care Youth

When foster care youth in the state of Delaware turn 18, many of them struggle to adapt to adult life. West End’s Life Lines program provides Transitional and Permanent housing, as well as intensive case management, for former foster care youth between the ages of 16-23.

For more information about housing for former foster care youth, check out the Life Lines Program.