IHDA Homeownership Investments – 2020

IHDA administers a suite of programs that assist homeowners with acquiring, improving, or saving their homes. The interactive map to the left details the investments that IHDA has made to homeowners within its last fiscal year (July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020), however also includes historical information about its homeownership investments since its fiscal year 2016. Homeownership loans that comprise the map’s figures include current downpayment assistance programs, downpayment assistance programs that are no longer active, and Hardest Hit Fund programs, such as I-Refi, which assisted homeowners struggling with an underwater mortgage. Explore the map to learn about the general characteristics of individuals assisted by IHDA’s programs throughout the state.

If you are a homeowner in need of assistance, please visit IHDAMortgage.org to learn more about the programs that IHDA can offer you.

Rehabilitation and Repair Program Investments

IHDA’s Community Affairs Department administers various grant programs that address blighted and abandoned homes. These programs help to stabilize communities that are dealing with residential vacancy by providing funds to secure, rehabilitate, and demolish vacant and blighted homes, as well by supporting land banks throughout the state to continuously undertake these efforts. The map to the left highlights investments made throughout the state under the Abandoned Property Program, Blight Reduction Program, and Land Bank Capacity Program since 2015.

Housing Counseling Program Investments

IHDA’s Community Affairs Department provides funding that allows housing counseling agencies throughout the state to provide free counseling to residents through a variety of programs. IHDA’s Housing Counseling programs allow residents to access free pre-purchase, post-purchase, and financial literacy counseling, and enable recipient agencies to expand their capacity and resources. The map to the left highlights investments made throughout Illinois under the Cook County Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation Program, Foreclosure Prevention Program, Foreclosure Prevention Program-Graduated, National Foreclosure Mitigation Counseling Program, and Project Reinvest: Financial Capability Program since 2016.

If you are a housing counseling agency interested in accessing funding, please visit https://www.ihda.org/my-community/foreclosure-programs/ to learn more. If you are an Illinois resident interested in receiving free counseling, please visit https://www.ihda.org/my-home/getting-an-ihda-loan/#findCounselor to find a counselor near you.
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