Down Payment Assistance Program
How The Down Payment Assistance Program Works?
As a rule of thumb most financial institutions provide 3.0% down payment mortgages. A typical loan also includes several thousand dollars in closing costs such as origination fees, appraisals, inspections, allocation of taxes, and so on. If you buy a house selling for $100,000, the down payment would be $3,000, but with the additional fees and costs, the total funds needed to purchase a home could be as much as $6,000. Therefore, as part of the program each potential home buyer must provide $1,000 of their own money. The Wayne County program provides a fixed $7,500 loan for existing houses. This loan is forgivable after five (5) years at 0% interest.
Cities that Qualify For Assistance
2017 Income Requirements
The maximum income limits for the First Time HomeBuyer Program are determined on a city by city basis. Please see the chart below for the list of median income levels in the 30%, 50% and 80% ranges – based on family size. Household income includes the sum of the incomes of all household members. Please feel free to contact National Faith HomeBuyers for more information. The current household income criteria are:
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