Here’s how the program works. Once you sign up, HHC will separate the employees into two groups: (1) MCPHD and Headquarters employees and Eskenazi Health (including Midtown and IEMS) employees. HHC will then conduct a random allocation for the two groups to determine a priority list for all employees signed up for the program. Employees will be enrolled into the program per their ranking on the priority list.

The program is facilitated by the Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership (INHP). If INHP determines that an employee is ineligible or inactive, the employee will be removed from consideration and the next employee on the priority list will be enrolled into the program.

You can continue to sign up for the program after the Mar. 23 deadline; however, you will not be part of the prioritized list. If program funds are available after INHP contacts all employees on the prioritized list, INHP will continue to offer the program to employees that signed up after this date, on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Interested in participating in HHC’s Anchor Housing Program? Here’s what you need to know.

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Employees must purchase a home located within the two designated program areas.

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Employees interested in repairing their home must already live in one of the two designated program areas.

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Income and eligibility restrictions apply.*

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A limited number of home purchase or home repair forgivable loans are available.

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Qualified employees may be eligible for assistance from HHC and matching funds from INHP.

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Homebuyers must take a homebuyer education class. Learn about the class and related costs here.

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Homebuyers may participate in pre-purchase homeownership advising. Learn about advising and related costs here.

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Unbiased loan officers will help you compare interest rates, and down payment and loan terms. Learn about INHP's loan officers here.

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Current homeowners in the approved area could receive assistance from INHP with selecting contractors.

*Household income must be or below 120 percent of Area Median Income as defined by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to participate in the INHP program. See the FAQ section below for more information. Rates and terms are subject to change without notice.