We make safe, attractive housing available to homeowners and renters of low to moderate income levels.
Home Repair Assistance Program
Our home repair program makes houses safe and livable for low to moderate income homeowners. It allows seniors to age in place, people with disabilities to maintain independence, and families to live with dignity.
This program covers the cost of critical maintenance and repairs to roofs, gutters, sewers, windows, and more. We also help residents who are aging or disabled receive handrails, smoke detectors, and yard work.
Donate to the Home Repair Assistance Program.
To qualify for home repair assistance, you must own and live in your home, pay your property taxes, and earn below 80 percent of Marion County’s median income.
Apply for our homeowner repair program:
Join us for HoUSE, or Homeownership Ultimate Social Event, our monthly informational session about moving to Mapleton-Fall Creek. Enjoy a catered dinner, talk to financial experts, see homes for sale, and hear about life in Mapleton-Fall Creek from residents. See our calendar for dates, times, and locations.
Curb Appeal Fund
MFCDC cares for dozens of properties in Mapleton-Fall Creek and the surrounding neighborhoods, but we can’t do it alone. The Curb Appeal Fund supports our beautification efforts: sweeping streets, mowing lawns, removing trash, and edging sidewalks.
These improvements go beyond surface level. By improving the neighborhood’s curb appeal, we increase quality of life for homeowners and raise average home values.
We rely on your support to continue our work. Donate now.
Individual Development Account
An IDA, or Individual Development Account, is a four-year, matched-savings program designed to assist individuals in achieving self-sufficiency through financial literacy and asset generation. For each dollar you save, up to $250 a year, the State of Indiana will match it with three dollars. This means if you successfully save $250, then the State will match it with $1,000, totaling a combined savings of $4,000 over the four-year period.
You can use this money to further your education, enroll in a job training program, purchase a vehicle, buy a home, start a small business, or pay for essential home improvements.
Visit the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority website to learn more, or click here to download the application. You can contact Courtney Goodwyn, MFCDC’s Housing Director, at 317-800-6610 or email@example.com.