Yes You Can Get FREE Money To Buy A Home With Grant Programs


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A lack of adequate cash for a down payment and/or closing costs doesn't mean that you absolutely can't buy a home of your own. Even if you don't qualify for a no-down-payment VA-guaranteed loan, you might qualify for a grant program that provides money for a down payment. This report provides information about nine current grant programs.

  • The Nehemiah Program-Provides a gift of 1% to 6% of the contract sales price to be used toward a down payment and closing costs.


  • Family Home Providers-Gives a gift of 3% or more of the contract sales price to be used toward a down payment and closing costs.


  • The Hart Program-Homebuyers can receive up to $15,000.00. The amount of the gift is based on need and is not a set percentage of the sales price. Homebuyers do not need to be first-time homebuyers to qualify for HART gift funds.


  • The New Life Family Housing Group, Inc.-Helps the buyer receive up to 9% of the sales price in the form of a Home Grant through the Homeownership Foundation of America to apply toward closing costs and down payment requirements.


  • The AmeriDream Charity, Inc.-Eligible buyers can receive up to five percent of the purchase price of a home. This gift, which does not have to be repaid, can be used for a down payment or closing costs.


  • Homestead Trust- The Harford Food Bank, administered through the Homestead Trust, will allow gifts up to 10% of the contract sales price of the home for a down payment and closing costs.


  • National Home Down Payment Gift Program- Buyers can buy a home without having a lot of their own money as down payment, buy any home anywhere, use any real estate agent they want to help them find a home, use any mortgage lender that has an eligible loan program (which is just about all lenders), and use a portion of the money to help pay for some, if not all, of the closing costs.


  • Neighborhood Gold- Works with The Buyers Fund, Inc., a non-profit organization, to provide grants for prospective homeowners. This money can be used for a down payment or closing costs according to FHA guidelines. Because the money is a gift, it does not have to be repaid.


  • The OWN Program - Provides a gift, which will be wired directly to the closing office/closing attorney in the homebuyer's name, to be used for a down payment and/or closing costs. The gift can vary from 2% to 5% of the contract sales price, depending on circumstances.

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