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HomePower program helps Black homebuyers build wealth in Indianapolis

A new program in Indianapolis is helping Black and brown homebuyers build wealth and revitalize their community. The HomePower program, launched by Intend Indiana...

Rent prices are up in Indianapolis

By JAMES BRIGGS Rapid rent increases are easing across the U.S. — but not in Indianapolis. Driving the news: Indianapolis-area rent prices at the end of...

Community organizations golf for a good cause

The Ultra Elite Group is partnering with the Frederick Douglass Golf Course and the Martindale Brightwood Community Development Corporation to host the 2nd annual...

City secures funding to support demolition of troubled east side housing complex

After a decade of long legal battles, the demolition of a long-troubled far east side housing complex has begun. Built over 60 years ago,...

Indianapolis mayor announces $9.9 million federal award for housing and homelessness prevention

Indianapolis received $9.9 million in Continuum of Care funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to support community projects serving high-risk residents seeking affordable housing.

IndyRent returns: 6.8M available for Hoosiers facing eviction

IndyRent, the city's rental assistance program, will reopen for submissions April 27. The rebooting of IndyRent comes after a city-wide pause of rental assistance....

‘There is no landlord accountability.’ Tenants call on lawmakers for better protections

Tenants and lawmakers called for stronger protections for renters during a Housing Advocacy Day at the Statehouse. Advocates are rallying around Senate Bill 202, which...

Renew Indy to get more resources through national network

Renew Indianapolis will join a national network of organizations focused on affordable housing through NeighborWorks America, a nonprofit chartered and funded through Congress. The partnership...

New housing project stresses financial literacy

Construction on a new affordable housing complex will begin in May on Indianapolis’ east side. A partnership between Circle City Property Management and Development (CCPMD)...

Discrimination complaint against Bank of America expanded

Four years after Bank of America was formally accused of discriminatory practices in minority-majority neighborhoods in Indianapolis and several other cities, the issue remains...
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