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INHP receives IAAQLI grant

On August 1, the Indianapolis African American Quality of Life Initiative (IAAQLI) announced the first round of grants to be awarded to not-for-profit organizations working to improve the quality of life for African American residents in Marion County. INHP was one of 40 recipients selected in the round, chosen by the National Urban League, and…

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Gina Miller named new president and CEO of INHP

INDIANAPOLIS (August 5, 2022) – Today, the Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership® (INHP) announces new leadership. Gina Miller will succeed Moira Carlstedt as President and CEO on Sept. 19, 2022. Gina Miller joins INHP after serving on the Board of Directors for seven years, most recently as board chairperson. Miller has been the COO and CFO…

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INHP clients share homebuying challenges with IndyStar

The Indianapolis Star recently featured clients Jasmine and Quentin, and their experiences with the current housing market. Jasmine took advantage of our Market Expander loan program to buy her new home, while Quentin is still searching for a house in his price point. The article also reports the challenges of building homes, material shortages and…

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Shelterforce highlights INHP’s efforts to address racial wealth gap

Shelterforce, an independent publication covering community development topics, featured the efforts of INHP and several other groups nationwide in their series Racial Wealth Gap – Moving to Systemic Solutions. Joe Hanson, executive vice president, strategic initiatives, discussed how INHP’s innovative mortgage options were formed to help bridge the gap. Read the full article on their website.

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Moira Carlstedt to retire as President and CEO

INDIANAPOLIS (Feb. 22, 2022) – Today, the Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership® (INHP) announces President and CEO Moira Carlstedt will be retiring from her position in 2022. Moira has led the organization for 24 years in pursuit of its mission to increase affordable and sustainable housing opportunities for individuals and families, and serve as a catalyst…

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Regions Foundation supports INHP homeowner development programs

Monday, Dec. 13, 2021 – The Regions Foundation, a nonprofit organization primarily funded by Regions Bank, on Monday announced a $50,000 grant to support INHP. The donation will benefit INHP’s Homebuyer Preparation Program, which pairs a HUD certified homeownership advisor with an aspiring homebuyer earning a low or moderate income. “Buying a house represents a…

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Nora’s Homeownership Journey

Transitions, traditions and new beginnings Nora is a goal-setter. From an early age, her grandmother instilled in her the desire to be a homeowner and how important it was to be strong, independent and invest in her future. “I lived with my grandmother when I was younger and she really impressed upon me the benefit…

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WRTV helps us share Brandi’s story, a housing milestone

INHP recently announced it reached two important company milestones – selling our 50th affordable home and closing 100 Mortgage Accelerator loans. WRTV (ABC, Channel 6) was able to help us tell the story of Brandi, the person who bought the 50th home in Indianapolis’ Riverside neighborhood. Learn about how buying this home has made an…

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CareSource invests in INHP

November 1, 2021 – CareSource, a nationally recognized nonprofit health plan, has invested $2.5 million toward a new partnership with INHP. The goal of the new partnership is to bolster efforts to create homeownership opportunities for individuals and families experiencing disproportionate wealth and racial disparities in Marion County.  “A main goal of ours is to…

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Joe Hanson speaks to FOX 59 about affordability challenge

On October 5, FOX 59 aired a special report on housing affordability challenges for Indianapolis residents. Joe Hanson, executive vice president of strategic initiatives, was fortunate to have a voice in the segment to explain some reasons why this is happening. He points to stagnant wage growth, the sharp rise in the median home sale…

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