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Welcome!

Thank you for your coming to INHP's virtual Community Breakfast. The event aired at 9 a.m., Oct. 2, and is now available to view on demand below.


PROGRAM

WELCOME AND INTRODUCTIONS
Brandi Davis-Handy
Chief Marketing and Communications Officer, Project Lead the Way

INHP PRESIDENT AND CEO REMARKS + FAMILY STORY
Moira Carlstedt

BOARD CHAIR REMARKS
Dr. Robert Manuel
President, University of Indianapolis

CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS REMARKS
Mayor Joe Hogsett

KEYNOTE ADDRESS + CLIENT FEATURE
INHP staff; see sidebar for additional information


 

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Did you participate in our keynote address? 

During the event, we played a live game of "Higher or Lower" with attendees, walking them through our data on the state of affordable housing locally. 

Results are below!

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The full program begins at 14:40. If you are experiencing playback problems, click this link for direct access to the video.

"HIGHER OR LOWER" RESULTS:

 

  • Is the shortage of affordable housing higher or lower than 100,000? 
    • AUDIENCE RESULTS: Higher: 78% | Lower: 22%
    • ANSWER: Higher - 115,380 

 

  • Can a typical family with a low to moderate-income in Marion County afford a mortgage higher or lower than $150,000?
    • AUDIENCE RESULTS: Higher: 6% | Lower: 94% 
    • ANSWER: Lower - $140,000 tends to be in the upper limit 

 

  • Is the number of sites INHP been able to acquire along high-frequency transit routes since the launch of the Equitable Transit-Oriented Development program in 2018 higher or lower than 20?
    • AUDIENCE RESULTS: Higher: 74% | Lower: 26%
    • ANSWER: Lower - 10 properties

 

  • Is the percentage of residents making more than a moderate income and buying down higher or lower than 25%?
    • AUDIENCE RESULTS: Higher: 64% | Lower: 36%
    • ANSWER: Higher - 42% of residents are buying down

 

  • Without a pandemic, can we expect the number of potential evictions in Marion County annually to be higher or lower than 8,500?
    • AUDIENCE RESULTS: Higher: 78% | Lower: 22%
    • ANSWER: Higher - 9,800 households will face evictions each year

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