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KeyBank Foundation grants INHP $500,000 for near east home repair program

KeyBank Foundation grants Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership $500,000 for near east Indy home repair program Indianapolis (Nov. 14, 2017) – The KeyBank Foundation is giving $500,000 to help current near east side residents living in the St. Clair Place neighborhood make home improvements. This grant will be distributed over the next five years through the Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership® (INHP). The KeyBank Foundation’s grant will be used to fund INHP’s Stabilization Repair Loan program in the neighborhood, which helps low- to moderate-income families prevent deferred maintenance issues by making repairs […]

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INHP South moving to new, larger location

Exciting things are happening at the Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership® (INHP) South location. The South office will move to a new location on the University of Indianapolis campus this month. The new office is less than a mile away from the current location, and will enable us to offer even more unbiased support to individuals who want to become and remain long-term, successful homeowners. Our current office location will close Monday, Nov. 20. Starting Monday, Nov. 27, you can find the INHP South team at the new office, located on the University […]

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INHP to invest $5 million in affordable housing stock in three Marion County neighborhoods

Federal New Markets Tax Credit Program leveraged to fund revitalization initiative INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership® (INHP) has received a $5 million New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) allocation to rehab abandoned housing or build new housing for sale to an estimated 36 low- and moderate-income individuals or families within three targeted Marion County neighborhoods. The 36 homes, aimed to help stabilize the neighborhoods’ housing market and remove neighborhood blight, will be ready for occupancy beginning in 2018. The homes will be in three target areas of Marion County […]

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Indy Eleven Ticket Raffle – Oct. 29

Score tickets to an Indy Eleven home game! We’re giving away a set of four tickets to Indy Eleven’s Oct. 29 final 2017 season home game. All you need to do is provide us with your email address so we can add you to INHP’s bi-monthly e-newsletter contact list. To enter, follow the directions in the RaffleCopter widget below. RaffleCopter will select winners at random during the morning of Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017. Please read official contest rules before entering, and if you have any questions, contact marketing@inhp.org. Good luck! a Rafflecopter giveaway Raffle rules: This raffle is open 12 a.m. Oct. 19, 2017, to 12 a.m. Oct. 26, 2017. By entering this raffle, you […]

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Monstrous utility bills? Nightmare appliances?

Which is scarier? Nightmare appliances or monstrous utility bills? Your neighbors are placing pumpkins on porches, and haunted houses are popping up everywhere. It’s that time of year again – it’s the season for tricks and treats! At INHP, we know what’s really scary, though; it’s monstrous utility bills and nightmare appliances. Luckily for Marion County homeowners we can help you ward off both. Our EcoHouse loan is designed to help you save money on utility bills by purchasing Energy Star® appliances.* Qualifying upgrades may include: Furnace, air conditioner, water heater, […]

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A one-day home makeover with Centier Bank

Recently, we had the opportunity to help Alba, a single mom of three, achieve her dream of homeownership in more ways than one. Alba’s hard work and determination led to the purchase of her first home in 2016. This September, our friends from Centier Bank brought nearly 20 volunteers to conduct a one-day mini home makeover in honor of Alba’s achievement. Volunteers painted walls, assembled furniture, created themed rooms for the kids and landscaped the outdoor areas. Photos show the amazing home transformation  Alba and her family will now enjoy! Here is what […]

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“Bring the Heat Day” is Sept. 30

“Bring the Heat Day” offers free furnace inspections, cleaning and servicing for 100 Indianapolis homeowners Sept. 30 Partners:       INDIANAPOLIS (Sept. 20, 2017) – The Indiana HVAC Association (HVACA), Indianapolis Power & Light Company (IPL), Citizens Energy Group and The Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership (INHP) are joining forces to make this winter warmer and safer for Indianapolis-area families. Officially proclaimed “Bring the Heat Day” by Mayor Joe Hogsett, more than 50 volunteer local heating professionals from 10-plus area Indianapolis companies will inspect, clean and service furnaces for low- and moderate-income […]

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Tickets to Indy Eleven’s Hispanic Heritage celebration

CELEBRATE HISPANIC HERITAGE WITH INHP & INDY ELEVEN THANKS FOR STOPPING BY! WE ARE CURRENTLY OUT OF TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT. Looking for something fun for your family to do in October? We’ve reserved a limited amount of free tickets for you to experience Indy Eleven’s Hispanic Heritage celebration Oct. 14. Want a ticket? Sign up for free tickets by 5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 11, using the form below. Up to five (5) tickets may be reserved to enjoy the Oct. 14 game with your friends and family. Tickets will […]

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Hard questions answered about INHP’s rehab department

One of INHP’s core services is providing comprehensive support when you need to make major repairs to your home. We help you: Secure low- or no-interest loans to make urgent home repairs Select an INHP-preferred licensed contractor to complete the work Establish a flexible payment schedule Navigate the process of working with the contractor until final inspection We believe homeowners should be equipped with the knowledge to make the best decision possible so they can live in a safe, decent and affordable home. Here are the answers to some frequently […]

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Meet Alba: An INHP story

Too good to be true. Could a divorced, single mom of three on a working-class salary – and relatively new to America – really afford to buy a home? Alba dreamed about what it would be like, even in her native Dominican Republic. When INHP told her she could achieve her dream of homeownership, it sounded too good to be true. Dark times. Alba followed her husband to America. She had hopes of building a great new life here, with a home for her family, but she struggled to acclimate […]

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