First Time Homebuyers can receive $20K in Down Payment and Closing Cost Assistance with Homeward Norfolk Grant

 

The Homeward Norfolk Program opens doors for first time homebuyers in the ingleside, monticello village and oakdale farms neighborhoods

 

Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority (NRHA) has received a grant allocating funds for first-time homebuyers to receive up to $20,000 towards the purchase of their first home.  The Homeward Norfolk program provides down payment and closing cost assistance to first-time homebuyers with household incomes between 80% and 120% of Area Median Income (AMI, see chart below) who are purchasing a home in one of three specific Norfolk neighborhoods: Ingleside, Monticello Village and Oakdale Farms.

 

All applicants must be enrolled in NRHA’s HomeNet Homeownership Center to receive education, counseling and Homeward funds. Funds are limited and are on a “first come, first served” basis to qualified applicants.

 

The HomeNet Homeownership Center is a one-stop shop that offers a range of services to first-time home buyers who choose to purchase a home in Norfolk. Services include credit counseling, home buying education classes and pre- and post-purchase counseling.

 

For more information on the Homeward Norfolk program or to enroll in the HomeNet Homeownership Center, visit www.nrha.us/homenet or call (757) 314-4202.

 

 

 

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80% AMI

44,450

50,800

57,150

63,450

68,550

73,650

78,700

83,800

100% AMI

55,550

63,450

71,400

79,300

85,650

92,000

98,350

104,700

120% AMI

66,650

76,150

85,650

95,150

102,800

110,400

118,000

125,600

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