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Vision Statement 

Homeownership for all who have ever dreamt of owning a home!

Mission Statement

HHI’s mission is to lead public and private resources that create and preserve affordable housing solutions for underserved low-and–moderate-income people and communities.

Values Statement

HHI takes pride in and is passionate about creating high value solutions that meet the needs of the communities we serve.!

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A message from the Executive Director, Marcos Morales:

marcosAffordable Housing and Homelessness have reached the boiling point. Homeless Camps are popping up all over the U.S. and affordable housing for the working poor is nonexistent. Our homeless low-income families and individuals cannot solve this alone. Our government has failed to address this issue for decades and as such, it has worsened to a disastrous proportion. The line between affordable housing and homelessness has blurred and every working poor person is just one paycheck from being put out on the street.

HHI is committed to finding a solution to this tragic situation. We believe the “Building Blocks” for success already exist and the role players are in place. They just don’t know it. HHI will build a program in cooperation with its bank partners, other for and non-profit organizations, government entities, and philanthropic entities to craft a solution that does not currently exist.

We can no longer ignore the homeless and working poor. We must see them for what they are; brothers, Sisters, children, parents…us. and we must work with them to solve the crisis.

There is HOPE with Hogar Hispano!

Homeownership  •  Opportunity  •  Prosperity  •  Equity

Slide If four key racial gaps for Blacks — wages, education, housing, and investment — were closed 20 years ago, $16 trillion could have been added to the U.S. economy. And if the gaps are closed today, $5 trillion can be added to U.S. GDP over the next five years. – Citi Slide The homeownership rate for communities of color is 25.8 percent lower than the homeownership rate for White families. – Global Policy Solutions Slide The average Black family in the United States owns only one-tenth of the wealth of the average white family. – Citi Slide Only 46.1 percent of Latinos own a home compared to 73.5 percent of Whites.
– Global Policy Solutions
Slide As of 2016, the average white household had a net worth of $171,000 while average black and Hispanic households had a median net worth of $17,600 and $20,700, respectively. – McKinsey Report

Creating Economic Stability

HHI operates an efficient and effective program model that delivers quality housing and related services to homeowners, renters, distressed borrowers, and others in need of assistance.

Investing in Brighter Futures and Creating Equity

HHI realizes positive change for individuals, families, and communities through public and private capital investments.

Preserving the Dream of Homeownership

HHI preserves the dream of homeownership for minority individuals and families by preventing foreclosure and creating new housing opportunities for those that have lost a home.

Stabilizing and Strengthening Communities

HHI actively acquires real estate to stabilize underserved communities and strives to maintain a portfolio of rental properties which is made available to income-qualified families and individuals.

Building Access, Assets, and Prosperity

HHI partners with community-based, non-profit organizations and financial institutions to create access to asset and wealth building for individuals and families of color.

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