Own your home now with an innovative shared equity housing model.

INHOUSE is an independent not-for-profit organization that uses shared equity financial models to share the cost of a home purchase and provide the benefits of homeownership.

Our mission is to provide market quality homeownership opportunities to low and moderate earners looking to build wealth through equity.  As the leader in equity-based housing solutions, we believe that homeownership should be an option for everyone.

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Learn more about the responsibilities that come with owning a home and the support that is available for new homeowners.

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Achieve Homeownership

With our shared-equity housing model, INHOUSE Society assists moderate earners transition from rental to home ownership.

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Current Projects

McPherson Place is our first completed shared equity housing project, located in the vibrant neighbourhood of Bridgeland in Calgary, Alberta.

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Latest News

Own your home in McPherson Place!

March 16, 2015

            Want to own your own home AND live in the vibrant neighbourhood of Bridgeland? At McPherson Place, you can do both with our shared equity model!  It is simple to qualify and our wait list is growing fast. Get in touch or register with us today and you could […]

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Home, attainable home

March 1, 2014

A huge success, McPherson Place sold out in six months, with 58 units going to the Calgary Housing Authority to be rented out at affordable rates. Homes were sold to qualified purchasers for between 65 and 70 per cent of market value with zero down payment. The remainder of the home’s equity is owned by […]

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Shared equity model helps young professional become a Homeowner

November 1, 2013

Zac Trolley owned a condominium in Calgary but sold it and took on student loans to study engineering. Upon graduating and starting an entry level job, he found that housing prices had risen considerably, and it was now more difficult to find suitable housing on his own. “I was starting at the bottom of the […]

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