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  • Sustaining a dream come true
    For more than a decade, David and Brian have been extremely proud of the place they call home. But over the years, the 1913 house has required some significant improvements, including replacing the furnace, and fixing plumbing and electrical wiring issues. Not wanting to continue dipping into their retirement savings, they turned to the Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership for help. By accessing an Essential Repair loan through INHP, David and Brian could remain homeowners. Yet,...
  • Three Reasons to Take an Education Course at INHP
    By Maggy Staab, homeowner development support associate Education courses at INHP can be useful for anyone, regardless of whether you are in the process of buying a home or if you are just thinking about getting started. Here are a few reasons to take a course: Learn to Budget Effectively Creating an effective budget can be a daunting task. In INHP’s Dollars and Sense class, you’ll learn how to create a budgeting plan that will work...
  • Three More Frequently Asked Questions About INHP’s Education Courses
    By Maggy Staab, homeowner development support associate Here are three more frequently asked questions about the INHP Education Department. Where are INHP classes held? Most often, our on-site classes (in an actual classroom) are held at the INHP Homeownership Center at Glendale located at: 2620 Kessler Boulevard East Drive, Suite #230 Indianapolis, IN 46220. Regularly, we hold classes off-site to accommodate those who live in different parts of Indianapolis. Most of the time, those classes are...
  • Three frequently asked questions about INHP’s education courses
    By Maggy Staab, homeowner development support associate There’s a lot to keep track of when you’re working toward homeownership, which means INHP gets many questions about our Education Department. We’re here to answer the most commonly asked questions sent our way. Do I have to be in an INHP program to attend INHP’s education courses? Not at all! INHP’s education courses are open to anyone who wants to take them, whether you are actively working...
  • INHP welcomes new board members
    INDIANAPOLIS (Feb. 17, 2017) – The Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership (INHP) is pleased to announce additions to its board leadership in 2017. Beginning Jan. 1, 2017, Mr. Randy Reichmann, mentor at Edge Mentoring, has been named chairman of the board. He is supported by newly elected board officers, including: Vice Chair – Dr. Robert Manuel, president, University of Indianapolis Secretary – Mr. Al Smith, chairman, Chase Indiana Treasurer – Ms. Gina Miller, senior vice president...

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