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Homebuyer Classes

Basic Homebuyer Education (Spanish)

July 6 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Basic Homebuyer Education

July 7 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Landlord Education

July 9 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm

Please visit our Calendar page for more classes. 

About the Housing Network of Rhode Island

The Housing Network of Rhode Island (HNRI) is the state association of non-profit community development corporations. HNRI exists to support the work of our members, and to promote public awareness and policies that address Rhode Island’s housing and community economic needs. Our members have built and developed thousands of affordable housing units and initiated numerous revitalization efforts in neighborhoods and communities across Rhode Island.

HNRI Offers:

  • Downpayment Assistance

  • Collective Impact Work

  • HUD Approved Homebuyer Education
Learn More About Us

MEMBER PROJECTS

Completed Rental, Commercial Space and Community Space Projects.

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Stone Soup Farm Way

The house at Stone Soup Farm Way is a single-family 3-bedroom, 1.5 bath homeownership unit in South Kingstown. This home includes 1,300 square feet of living space, a full basement, and was built to maximize long-term comfort and efficiency for the resident while minimizing environmental impact.

2021-11-04T12:13:49-04:00

King Street Commons

The 2.5-acre King Street Commons development includes 30 new affordable rental apartments and a state-of-the-art child care center along King Street in Olneyville, plus the recapitalization and preservation of 32 affordable apartments in Providence’s Elmwood neighborhood.

2021-09-24T12:58:47-04:00

Maplewoods

Maplewoods is a 40-unit affordable rental apartment complex in the Manton Neighborhood of Providence.  The units are large and ideal for families with children.

RECENT NEWS

Recent news articles from the Housing Network of Rhode Island.

Could you afford an apartment in the new ‘Superman’ building?

April 14th, 2022|

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — Rhode Island leaders are hailing the newly announced “Superman” building deal as a win for affordable housing, with one in five of the project’s planned apartments restricted by income. But whether those units are truly “affordable” could be in the eye of the beholder...

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