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- General Info:
Holly Creeks Phase II, Zellwood
Holly Creek Phase II, will be an addition to the original Holly Creek subdivision built by Homes In Partnership more than 10 years ago and will provide a much needed affordable housing project to the Zellwood community. Holly Creek phase II will be a 91 lot subdivision that will be developed in two phases. The initial phase to be developed will consist of 63 lots.
Construction work is anticipated to begin in mid 2011.
New Horizons, South Apopka
The New Horizon subdivision will consist of 56 single family homes. This site was formerly a farm worker housing complex known as Hawthorne Village. The apartment complex had fallen into a state of disrepair to the point that rehabilitation was not a viable option. It was demolished in 2007 and is to be replaced with a beautiful new single family housing community that will help meet the continuing need for affordable housing in the area.
Osprey Cove, Groveland
The Osprey Cove subdivision is an existing subdivision in which Homes In Partnership, Inc. has purchased 30 lots that are available and ready for sale. It has provided the opportunity to bring our quality built, energy efficient affordable homes once again to the residents of Lake County.
Live Oak Park. Webster
The Live Oak Park subdivision is a 96 lot subdivision being built in partnership with the City of Webster. The city has installed water and sewer lines to the site which is being developed in two phases. Development has been completed on Phase I which consists of 62 lots that are currently available and ready for sale. Phase II will be developed at a later date. This project brings to the City of Webster a much needed affordable housing community.
Meadowlawn Subdivision is an existing subdivision in Wildwood in which Homes In Partnership, Inc. built homes when it first came to Sumter County in 1993. HIP has partnered with the City of Wildwood in the development of this property The city has installed water and sewer lines to the site and HIP completed and paved 5th Street. This addition to the Meadowlawn subdivision consists of 21 lots that will bring affordable home ownership opportunities to low income residents of Wildwood (Seaboard Park. Wildwood)
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Fax: (352) 383-3711
- Homes in Partnership, Inc. (HIP) established in 1975 is a community-based non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, and a certified Community Housing Department Organization (CHDO) rural housing provider.
HIP provides low-income families with equal opportunity access to quality built, energy efficient, affordable housing, and seeks to improve the economic conditions in the communities it serves.
Our Vision Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Homes in Partnership, Inc. is the leading self-sufficient, not for profit organizations in Central Florida dedicated to providing affordable single-family housing through the provisions of lifestyle changing tools to clients through education. HIP also develops partnerships to promote safe and healthy communities. Mission Statement Ã¢â‚¬â€œ It is the organizationÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s mission to provide affordable housing for low-income individuals and improve the economic conditions of the communities we serve.
Values Ã¢â‚¬â€œ HIP is guided by the following principles:
- All clients and potential clients are individual/families with unique needs. We will identify these needs and strive to meet them as it relates to housing needs.
- The highest quality of services will be given by competent, committed, and concerned staff.
- There is integrity in every decisions and action that members of this organization take.
- We promise the highest level of accountability for every action that we carry out.
- On a regular basis we are dedicated to finding ways in which we can better carry out our mission
The mutual self-help housing loan program is used primarily to help very low and low-income households construct their own homes. The program is targeted to families who are unable to buy clean, safe housing through conventional methods. Families participating in a mutual self-help project perform approximately 65 percent of the construction labor on each other's homes under qualified supervision. The savings from the reduction in labor costs allows otherwise ineligible families to own their homes.
Applicants must have very low or low income. Very low income is defined as below 50 percent of the area median income (AMI); low income is between 50 and 80 percent AMI. Families must be able to afford the mortgage payments including principal, interest, taxes and insurance (PITI). The amount of subsidy is determined by family income, with loan terms from 33 to 38 years, and rates as low as 1 percent. Income calculations are performed according to the mortgage company guidelines and will vary according to family income. - In the mutual self-help housing program, houses must be modest in size, design, and cost.
For information on our programs please call 352-383-7300, or contact HIP Sales Office 1175 Lucerne Drive, Mt. Dora, FL 32757
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