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Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership

INHP has been selected as one of the first recipients of the national Opportunity Finance Network (OFN) new Finance Justice Fund. The fund, launched in 2020, is a socially responsible investment fund that aims to bring $1 billion in capital from corporate and philanthropic partners to individuals and communities in America most underestimated and underserved…

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Funds will support Indianapolis-based nonprofit’s operating costs to continue comprehensive strategies that promote housing choice and affordability INDIANAPOLIS (Feb. 16, 2021) – Lilly Endowment Inc. has made a $5.3 million grant to the Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership® (INHP), which will be used to support INHP’s 2021 operations to execute the nonprofit’s two-part mission: Increase affordable…

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

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At INHP we know every homeownership journey is unique, and that’s why we’re here to help every step of the way. Even after closing – when times of uncertainty occur – INHP staff help clients navigate their options and enable people like Shawn and Erinn to stay in their home. Shawn and Erinn did everything…

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At INHP, one critical goal is to keep the families we serve, and our partner organizations informed. To continue addressing the ever-increasing impacts of COVID-19, in April 2020 INHP commissioned research into the effects that the pandemic could have on the affordable housing system, and the potential scope of evictions and foreclosures, in Marion County.…

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Innovative loan supported by the City of Indianapolis helps homebuyers with low incomes increase their purchasing power INDIANAPOLIS (Aug. 6, 2020) – The Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership® (INHP) continues to provide innovative home mortgage financing for families with low and moderate incomes with the launch of its newest loan program, the Market Expander. The program,…

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INHP is one of 21 founding members of the Homeownership Alliance, an initiative that will advocate at the national level to positively impact the affordable housing industry by working to increase funding and create new opportunities specific to affordable homeownership. The initiative will be led by the National Community Stabilization Trust, and you can view…

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Systemic racism has brought fear, anger, pain, lack of opportunity and death to Black people and people of color throughout our community and country. At INHP, we have seen its impact in that it has severely limited access and choice in regards to successfully securing safe, decent and affordable housing. The lack of access and…

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This June, we hope you take a few moments to reflect on the importance of “home.” While most of us have been staying at home and relying on its safety and stability, others have been working hard to stay on track to become or remain a homeowner. We’ve seen demand for INHP services, like one-on-one…

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Greetings, INHP is addressing the impact that COVID-19 will have on the families we serve. While this situation is ever-changing and will require INHP to adapt, it does not alter INHP’s mission. As we follow the leadership and recommendations from the World Health Organization, the Center for Disease Control, Indiana State Department of Health, Governor…

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INHP office holiday hours

Starting Dec. 25, 2020, through Jan. 3, 2021, all INHP office locations will be closed for the holidays. We will resume normal hours of operation at 8:30 a.m., Jan. 4, 2020.

 

INHP will respond to any inquiries or form submissions made via our website or email system in the order they were received after we reopen. If you do not hear from an INHP representative by Jan. 9, 2021, please call 317-610-4663.

 

We wish you a warm and happy holiday season!

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