Mission Statement

Our mission is to promote stable, healthy homes and neighborhoods by providing services and educational programs focused on low to moderate income families in the greater Battle Creek area.

Vision Statement

The vision of NIBC is for all families to have healthy, stable homes and neighborhoods.

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We work in four program lines, all within the context of community development. Market conditions have recently dictated adjustments in how we approach parts of our business. As such, we are continuously evolving and adjusting our program to reflect the needs we see in our community.

We are a Michigan 501(C)3 non profit. We are: 

  • A Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI),
  • Part of the Community Development Finance Fund of the U. S. Department of the Treasury;
  • Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA) certified housing counselors;
  • Licensed Michigan Mortgage Loan Originators and Servicers

NIBC is governed by a Board of Directors selected from engaged residents, community leaders, government officials, and private sector business people. Our Board represents a cross section of the Battle Creek community and is in touch with its needs and how things get done.


The organization is directed by its Chief Executive Officer along with a staff of highly-experienced, cross-trained and compassionate professionals that serve the community.

NIBC'S 4 lines of Sustainable Business Include:

Lending and Loan Servicing: NIBC is a CDFI and a member of the Federal Home loan Bank of Indianapolis. Through these partnerships NIBC provides home loans for rehabilitation and repairs. NIBC also acts as a loan servicer for other organizations and acts as a loan servicer for mortgage clients.


Housing Development and Rehabilitation: Over NIBC's History, NIBC has managed a variety of housing development and rehabilitation programs. NIBC is active in improving property value in the Greater Battle Creek Area through


Rental Property Management:  NIBC rents out over 50 rental properties that the organization owns. The rental house portfolio allows NIBC to provide an essential direct service to low-income individuals and families, while providing them with a place to call home.


Homebuyer Education and Financial Coaching: The spectrum of activities under this umbrella can run the gamut from financial literacy programs taught in schools, homebuyer readiness classes, budgeting and credit repair coaching, one-on-one housing counseling, credit counseling, foreclosure prevention counseling and landlord/tenant relations.

Our Partners

Doing Business With Us

NIBC tries to do as much business as possible with local companies. If you have an interest in being an approved contractor please call us at 269-968-1113 or email us at Neighbor@nibc.org

We are members of:

BC Chamber of Commence

The Coordinating Council

The Battle Creek Area Association of Realtors

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