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To create innovative housing solutions in desirable communities for residents of diverse incomes and facilitate access to services to help them succeed.

We at INLIVIAN are proactively redefining our role in the Charlotte community and aspire to be the preferred provider of housing that is affordable for our growing population. By partnering with quality service providers for supportive services and becoming stronger financially, our hope is to become a collaborative leader who can present effective, affordable solutions to housing issues in Charlotte.

We are a non-profit real estate holding company with a public purpose. Our purpose is to provide decent, safe, housing that is affordable to low and moderate-income families while supporting their efforts to achieve self-sufficiency. INLIVIAN works hand-in-hand with quality service providers for supportive services and as a result, we continue to evolve as a collaborative leader, helping to provide solutions to housing issues in Charlotte and the surrounding area.

We do this through developing real estate, managing those assets, and providing caring case management and self-sufficiency programs.


Our Commissioners

The INLIVIAN Board of Commissioners is a seven-member board appointed by the Charlotte City Council. This board consists of two members appointed directly by the Mayor and five appointed by other members of Council. At least one member must be a resident of assisted housing.

Commissioners serve staggered three-year terms and, as the governing body, set policies that govern the operations of INLIVIAN and chart the direction of current and future programs. This board ensures that we operate within the law and according to HUD regulations. New policies or acts of business requested by the CEO must first be approved or authorized through the Board of Commissioners before they are put into practice.

Download INLIVIAN’s 2021 Fiscal Year Budget.

Download the Preservation Fund Activity Proposal.

August 2, 2022

Public Notice: August 4, 2022 Committee Meeting.

Our Leadership