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IHCDA > Community Development > IHCDA Strategic Investment Process IHCDA Strategic Investment Process

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IHCDA creates housing opportunity, generates and preserves assets, and revitalizes neighborhoods by investing technical and financial resources into the development efforts of its partners across Indiana.

Within this framework, IHCDA seeks partnerships that offer innovative solutions to community challenges. As evidenced from the socio-demographic data, survey results, and formal and informal discussions with stakeholders, IHCDA has identified the following strategic priorities for its investment decisions: comprehensive development, aging in place, ending homelessness, and high performance building.

IHCDA’s commitment to investing in community solutions meant its method of distributing a variety of resources had to fundamentally change. Traditionally IHCDA was organized around pots of money. Applications were linked to a discrete funding source. The move to funding  solutions places the focus on the strategic fit of a proposed activity, the strength of the sponsor and its development team, and the financial feasibility and readiness of the development.

As a result, IHCDA has created a single allocation and investment process that bundles a variety of federal and state resources. This new investment process will also enable the project development team to work more closely with IHCDA staff to identify issues and obstacles that may occur, and to provide feedback and support in resolving issues and overcoming obstacles to ensure project success.