Homebuyer Assistance Resources
Are you looking to buy a home? Are you wondering if you can even afford to buy? There are programs available to help buyers. You may qualify for homebuyer-assistance programs and not even know it. Here are 5 Homebuyer Assistance Resources that could save you money. Contact TCP Real Estate today if you have questions about getting started.
The Texas Directory of Community Development is the only comprehensive source of information on non-profit organizations, for-profit enterprises, and governmental entities working in the field of Community Development. Search the TACDC’s directory for businesses, governmental agencies, and other organizations that provide community-development services.
The Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation believes that every Texan deserves the opportunity to live in safe, decent and affordable housing. Their down payment assistance programs address the housing needs of low-income families and under-served communities who do not have acceptable housing options through conventional financial channels.
Since the days of the Republic, Texas has always supported her Veterans in return for their military service. In the early days, it was in the form of land given by the state for military service in the Texas Revolution. In 1946, this tradition was formally recognized with the creation of the Texas Veterans Land Board (VLB) to administer benefits exclusively for Texas Veterans, military members and their families.
My First Texas Home is a Taxable Mortgage Program that offers more competitive fixed interest and annual percentage rates while providing down payment and closing cost assistance of up to 5 percent of the mortgage loan. Plus, TMP funds can be combined with the Department’s Mortgage Credit Certificate Program, further increasing the home’s affordability. The program features a number of other benefits home-buyers will find attractive; however, current eligibility guidelines still apply.
Texas Home Programs provides a summary of housing-related programs for homebuyers in the state of Texas. A number of programs provide homebuying assistance to individuals based on income. You can supply information about family size, income, and location to see a list of programs you may be eligible to use.