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INHP’s Affordable-Rate-Exterior-Appraisal (AREA) Refinancing

Your home is your area. Keep it affordable with INHP’s new AREA refinance program. AREA stands for Affordable-Rate-Exterior-Appraisal. For homeowners with low and moderate incomes, that means this program offers a below-market interest rate and a nontraditional method of getting your home appraised. Your home’s value will be determined by an exterior-only assessment or an…

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INHP closes on first Bridge to Homeownership home

INHP has always helped people find their path to homeownership with one-on-one advising and single-family lending programs. For client Skyler, we helped to build a bridge.  Skyler participates in Southeast Community Services’ (SECS) Twin Aire Promise program, which leverages INHP’s new Bridge to Homeownership to help its clients stabilize their housing situation as they work…

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Rent-focused mortgage lending

It’s not uncommon for renters to begin exploring homeownership only to be stopped by their credit challenges. Even if they are committed to paying their rent bill each month, people can get stuck in long-term rental situations because of their imperfect credit. At INHP, we are determined to find innovative ways to help families reach…

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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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INHP welcomes eight members to its board of directors

Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2022 – The Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership® (INHP) is pleased to welcome eight individuals who will fill board of director and advisory board positions beginning in 2022.  INHP’s board of directors is comprised of eight mayoral appointees, five United Way of Central Indiana appointees, eight contributing members and three at-large community members.…

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Affordable home repair loans with INHP

Winter weather has a tendency to expose areas in your home that need repair. If you’re experiencing issues like a leaky roof, plumbing problems, or your heater giving out; it’s important to resolve these problems as soon as possible so you can remain living in a safe and habitable home during the winter season. INHP…

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Eight nonprofit organizations to receive grant funding for affordable housing initiatives from INHP

$900,000 awarded across Marion County INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership® (INHP) Board of Directors is pleased to announce seven grant awards to support the operating costs of eight Marion County organizations. With these resources, the recipients will continue to focus on affordable housing preservation and development, and collaborations that enhance the supply of…

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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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