By seamlessly weaving together new housing construction and affordable financing, HomePower, an initiative of Intend Indiana, aims to facilitate homeownership in the Martindale-Brightwood community.
Intend Indiana has announced that HomePower, an initiative that combines new construction homes and affordable mortgage financing to facilitate homeownership in the Martindale-Brightwood neighborhood, welcomed its first homebuyer today.
Greater success comes through valuable partnerships! The team at Renew has provided a wealth of guidance towards strategic planning for all partners and extended access to training through NeighborWorks Training Institute for partners and staff.
Diversity of housing is what makes neighborhoods sustainable. Check out this video to learn how Renew helps people like Kris find affordable housing in communities they may have otherwise been priced out of.
Renew Indianapolis, a nonprofit that advances comprehensive community development through innovative financing and development solutions, announced today it has invested more than $2.6 million to preserve low-income homeownership through the Indy Affordable Modification Program (IndyAMP).
Sherri hadn’t had much luck in the housing market—that is, until her aunt recommended Renew Indianapolis. Now she’s in a wonderful neighborhood with a short commute to work. See what Sherri had to say about her experience.
Renew Indianapolis recently joined Greater Indy Habitat for Humanity to help promote Women Build, a proactive way for women to help serve other women in their community.
Renew Indianapolis is proud to announce it is intensifying its response to COVID-19 thanks to more than $3.6 million in grants from the United States Treasury’s Community Development Financial Institution Fund (CDFI Fund) Rapid Response Program (RRP).
In 1983, David and his wife were looking for a quiet neighborhood to settle down in. The house that became their home was historical; one of five homes built by Bernard Vonnegut, the grandfather of Indianapolis author Kurt Vonnegut.