Among the big surprises of 2020 was a nationwide surge in housing sales. Low interest rates pushed those looking to snap up available properties at a breakneck speed. This mostly affected metropolitan areas, and CPN’s Housing Department noticed the change across the country.
The Citizen Potawatomi Nation Housing Department is requesting a statement of intent from any interested Native American-owned economic enterprises or Native American organizations who wish to submit a bid or proposal for the performance of services related to the carrying out of affordable housing activities.
The CPN Housing Department recently rolled out a new home ownership program aimed at putting eligible Citizen Potawatomi on the path to owning a new home.
The CPN Housing Department believes they have found a way to assist low-income Native American households with high creditworthiness in the CPN jurisdiction with the purchase of a home.
The One Time Grant program has evolved and improved, assisting hundreds of Citizen Potawatomi with funds for their down payment or closing costs associated with the purchase, building or refinancing of a home.
One doesn’t typically think about a roof until its missing. For many in Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma, a lack of adequate housing is a real concern though. With a poverty rate of more than 18 percent, a significant portion of Pottawatomie County residents rely on Native American-run housing authorities like Citizen Potawatomi Nation’s Tribal Housing Department. Read More »
The Citizen Potawatomi Nation Housing Department received the Indian Community Development Block Grant Program award from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The $800,000 grant will help fund the Grand Complex Child Daycare Center. Children eligible for daycare services must be 13 years or younger. The parent of an eligible child must be Read More »