What We Do
IMPACTING THE COMMUNITY
Interfaith Community Housing of Delaware, Inc. offers a unique set of services that educates and empowers residents to become more involved in their communities, to take charge of their finances, and to become more confident homeowners.
Support and collaborative partnerships have grown from religious denominations, individual churches, and congregations to include banks, major corporations, private foundations and government agencies.
Community Building & Resident Engagement
Interfaith Community Housing of Delaware, Inc. supports residents in communities in an effort to maintain the appearance, safety, and quality of life of their neighborhoods. In partnership with stakeholders, block clubs, civic associations, and neighborhood councils, we focus on partnership building, organizing and training resident leaders. We assist residents define and address needs in their own neighborhood so they can actively improve the quality of life for their families and neighbors.
Asset Management & Real-estate Development
Interfaith Community Housing of Delaware, Inc. is the largest non-profit affordable housing/real-estate developer and homeownership organization in Delaware. ICHDE has developed housing projects since its founding begining in New Castle County then expanding to Kent and Sussex Counties.
ICHDE has constructed, sold, owned, or managed over 1,450 units
ICHDE currently owns 8 properties in the State of Delaware
properties include a community for residents 55 and up
ICHDE's Home Ownership Center (HOC) offers a comprehensive program in both English and Spanish, to assist Delaware's homebuyers in reaching their goals. Our Home Ownership services emphasize knowledge and resources. We offer lecture style and hands-on activities - through the book "Road to Home Ownership" to introduce the various steps of the home-buying process.
The HOC meets the needs through our programming that has helped hundreds of lower-income Delaware families realize their goals of affordable homeownership. Our HOC also identifies predatory lending, and increase in default, language barriers, the lack of formal financial education, and a lack of awareness of the homebuying process as barriers to successful homeownership.