Iowa's Largest Non-Profit Housing & Development Group

Welcome to Community Housing Initiatives Inc. (CHI), Iowa's largest non-profit housing and development group. CHI staff and Board of Directors are dedicated to supporting communities across the state of Iowa through providing and developing affordable housing, resident engagement, and neighborhood based activities.

Mission: The mission of Community Housing Initiatives is to cultivate opportunities for vibrant neighborhoods and communities.

CHI Vision: Iowa communities are vibrant places where everyone leads rewarding and productive lives.

Lines of Business

  • Asset and Property Management
  • Community Building and Engagement
  • Real Estate Development

National NeighborWorks Programs

Financial Planning and Assistance

  • Low Income Housing Tax Credit

Housing Programs

  • Housing for Elderly
  • Housing for Handicapped
  • Rental Housing
  • Section 8 Housing
LATEST NEWS
LaBounty interviewed for new report on effective housing organizations
10.23.14
CHI President Doug LaBounty interviewed for new report on effective affordable housing organizations CHI President Doug LaBounty was interviewed and...
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CHI releases 2013 annual report
10.06.14
Community Housing Initiatives, Inc., releases 2013 annual report to partners Community Housing Initiatives made numerous purposeful investments in...
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Clinton Herald: CHI "aims to rehabilitate former Clinton school"
09.29.14
Clinton Herald:  Community Housing Initiatives aims to rehabilitate former Clinton School. The Clinton Herald has published a new article by Samantha...
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CHI congratulates Mike VanderWeide on his retirement
09.26.14
CHI congratulates maintenance supervisor Mike VanderWeide for over two decades of quality service Maintenance Supervisor Mike VanderWeide is set to...
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QC Times: "Old Schools could become apartments"
09.22.14
QC Times: "Old Schools could become apartments" Quad-City Times columnist Alma Gaul has penned a new column highlighting one of CHI's proposed new...
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