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Advantix Development Corporation

Advantix Development Corporation is a non-profit affiliate of the Evansville Housing Authority (EHA), operating in areas of development, construction, property management and RAD consultation. Since early in the process, Advantix has expertly assisted EHA with the many details associated with RAD funding, government requirements, facilitating contractors and countless other related concerns.  Advantix continues to pursue additional opportunities to own, operate, acquire and develop affordable housing throughout the region.

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2017 Annual Report – A Message from the CEO

It is my pleasure to present the 2017 Annual Report for Advantix Development Corporation. Advantix is now a development corporation, and as such, our efforts are producing tangible results. Our presence, as well as our vendor booth at conferences, enables us to attract and engage strong contacts at the state and regional levels. In addition to Advantix construction growth, other housing authorities are seeking our Read More »

Advantix Development Corp. Receives $742,500 in Tax Credits for Trailside Townhomes Development

The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) announced that Advantix Development Corporation has been awarded $742,500 in Rental Housing Tax Credits (RHTC). The purpose of the RHTC is to incentivize private developers and investors to provide affordable housing options. Advantix will construct Trailside Townhomes, 45 new units of affordable housing on Kokomo’s south side. Read More »

U.S. Dept. of Labor Awards Evansville YouthBuild $1.1M Grant

Evansville, Indiana – YouthBuild, an Evansville, Indiana program of Advantix Development Corporation, received a $1.1 million award from the Employment and Training Administration of the U.S. Department of Labor. In YouthBuild programs, low-income young people ages 16-24 work toward their GED or high school diploma while learning job skills through building affordable housing for homeless Read More »

Our Efforts Made the Cover!

The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (ihcda) made our RAD transformation the cover story in the Summer 2017 edition of ihcda… the magazine. Read what our own Rick Moore has to say in a featured interview.

Overcoming Financial Challenges

Housing authority implements program to operate with less assistance from HUD Dealing with a shortage of available funding through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) hasn’t been easy for housing authorities and affordable housing developers across the country. Due to sequestration in 2012, the agency had a $750 million shortfall. That year, Read More »