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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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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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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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The social benefits of owning a home

June is homeownership month! At INHP, we offer the tools you need to become and remain long-term, successful homeowners. The tools we provide won’t help you tend to your lawn or paint the walls, but instead will help you deal with unexpected expenses when life happens. The benefits of homeownership are also lifelong. Did you know homeownership plays a role in the success of your child’s schooling, encourages active civic participation and improves your own health and well-being? It’s true! Deciding to purchase a home is a very personal choice. If […]

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Sustaining a dream come true

For more than a decade, David and Brian have been extremely proud of the place they call home. But over the years, the 1913 house has required some significant improvements, including replacing the furnace, and fixing plumbing and electrical wiring issues. Not wanting to continue dipping into their retirement savings, they turned to the Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership for help. By accessing an Essential Repair loan through INHP, David and Brian could remain homeowners. Yet, there were other areas of the home needing minor repairs and sprucing up. On April […]

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Three More Frequently Asked Questions About INHP’s Education Courses

By Maggy Staab, homeowner development support associate Here are three more frequently asked questions about the INHP Education Department. Where are INHP classes held? Most often, our on-site classes (in an actual classroom) are held at the INHP Homeownership Center at Glendale located at: 2620 Kessler Boulevard East Drive, Suite #230 Indianapolis, IN 46220. Regularly, we hold classes off-site to accommodate those who live in different parts of Indianapolis. Most of the time, those classes are at one of two locations: John Boner Neighborhood Centers 2236 E. 10th Street Indianapolis, IN […]

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Indy Eleven Ticket Raffle

Score tickets to an Indy Eleven home game! We’re giving away a set of four tickets to Indy Eleven’s Sept. 23 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, Sept. 21, 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. Sept. 18, 2017, to 12 a.m. Sept. 21, 2017. By entering this raffle, you allow […]

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Fresh perspectives on homeownership

Longer days and warmer temperatures mean it’s the perfect time to repair a leaking roof, cracked ceiling or replace that inaccessible bathtub. It’s also when homebuying season starts to blossom. At INHP, we want Marion County homeowners to thrive. For you, that could mean: Receiving low- or no-interest loans for essential home repairs.* Qualifying for mortgages with low down payments and no mortgage insurance fees.* Learning about the opportunities homeownership provides if you currently rent. How will you transform your surroundings this spring?      *Income and other eligibility restrictions apply. Rates […]

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Take an INHP class and win holiday cash!

INHP wants to help you stay on track for homeownership in 2017. Complete one or more of our homeownership education classes by December 31, 2016, for a chance to win extra holiday spending money! Here’s how: Attend any class on-location: You could win a $50 gift card after class. Attend two or more classes online or on-location: You could win the $200 grand prize. Available classes on-location: Dollars and Sense, December 1, 6 and 17 Understanding Credit, December 21 Homebuyer Education, December 3 Each class is also available online, including […]

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