About Us


What is HCI?

  • HCI is a private, non-profit agency that works with government and quasi-governmental entities to help residents achieve their housing goals by providing education in housing and financial issues.

  • HCI has structured curricula for first-time home-buyers covering pre- and post-purchase topics presented on a regular basis in a classroom setting.

  • Our programs can help participants make good housing decisions, gain access to funding resources, learn more about the services available in our area, and increase their chances of housing and financial success. 

  • HCI's Education Programs satisfy the pre-purchase education requirements for many home-buyer programs offered for low and moderate income households.

  • HCI achieves its goals using Volunteer Instructors and a volunteer Board of Directors who are experienced professionals in the housing industry.


How HCI Helps

  • All of HCI's educational programs are offered at no cost to the particpants.

  • In 2007, HCI began offering the MPDU Orientation Session on behalf of the DHCA MPDU office.

  • In 2006, HCI educated 1,791 households on the home buying process and 186 households on post-purchase matters.

  • In 2005, HCI educated 1,600 households through the Homebuyer Education program.

  • In 2004, HCI served 80 households with housing counseling services.

How You Can Help
Volunteers make a difference. Click here to see how you can help.

HCI in the Community
HCI is an Equal Housing Opportunity (EHO) Service Provider