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THOUGHT LEADERSHIP CORNER

Homeownership is a critical part of our region’s economic engine, and INHP is a key driver in making homeownership a reality. 

Learn below about how we're working closely with our community partners to lead the way in increasing affordable housing, and helping more people find a safe and vibrant community to call home.

GROWING CHALLENGES

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Families are facing
big challenges.

31.4% of all households in Marion County are housing cost-burdened and low-to-moderate income.

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Home values are increasing.

The median sales price has
increased 82% since 2014.

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There is a shortage of rental options.

The Indianapolis region is under-building each year by 1,750 affordable units.

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Fewer affordable houses are available.

The number of active listings for homes between $75,000 and $140,000 has seen a reduction of 87% since 2014.

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MEDIAN HOME SALES PRICES IN MARION COUNTY HIT A NEW HIGH IN 2020

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HOUSEHOLDS THAT ARE HOUSING COST-BURDENED AND LOW-TO-MODERATE INCOME

AVAILABLE HOUSING RESEARCH

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Beyond voicing support for INHP and homeownership, the research speaks for itself. Research shows that access to affordable housing improves quality of life and that Indianapolis currently has a shortage of affordable options. Through research-based, data-driven partnerships, INHP is uniquely positioned to address these challenges.

Affordable housing and current trends

Affordable housing and quality of life

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