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

 

 

Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority has received a grant allocating for first time homebuyers to receive up to $20,000 towards the purchase of their first house. The Homeward Norfolk grant applications are officially open on April 15, 2019. Funds are limited. 

 

The Homeward Norfolk grant provides up to $20,000 dollars in down payment and closing cost assistance to first time homebuyers with incomes between 80-120% AMI (see chart below), that are looking to live in three specific neighborhoods in Norfolk; Ingleside, Monticello Village and Oakdale Farms. All applicants must receive education and counseling through the NRHA HomeNet Homeownership Center in order to receive funds.

 

The HomeNet Homeownership Center is a one stop shop that offers a range of services to first-time home buyers who want to purchase a residence in Norfolk. Services include credit counseling, home buying classes, and access to qualified lenders and realtors.

 

For more information on HomeNet or the Homeward Norfolk Grant, call (757) 314-4202.

 

 

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80% AMI

42,000

48,000

54,000

60,000

64,800

69,600

74,400

79,200

100% AMI

52,500

60,000

67,500

75,000

81,000

87,000

93,000

99,000

120% AMI

63,000

72,000

81,000

90,000

97,200

104,400

111,600

118,800

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