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Florida Home Partnership, Inc. was founded in 1993 under the name Homes for Hillsborough, Inc. Our founder, local resident Dorothy Duke, championed the effort to bring the USDA Mutual Self-Help Housing Program in Hillsborough County in an effort to provide affordable housing for low-income families.
By 1998 the first eight homes were completed in the Homes for Ruskin community (now called Las Villas) and another eight homes were underway.
Since then the organization has continued to grow and thrive. Because of its success, Homes for Hillsborough was asked to offer its services in other counties surrounding Hillsborough County. To reflect the expanding geographical scope of its services, Homes for Hillsborough changed its name to Florida Home Partnership, Inc. on July 1, 2005.
The communities of Summerview Oaks, Bayou Pass Village and Hidden Creek followed. By 2009, Florida Home Partnership had provided over 400 low- and moderate-income families with homes of their own.