First Time Home Buyer Grants

First time home buyer grants means, Government is granting the second type of down payment assistance for the first time home buyers. They have no seller conditions or contributing requirements. Median income varies by, so there are many programs designed to fit the space you reside in.

First-time homebuyers approval for a government assistance loan is almost assured if they meet the following three criteria.

Homebuyers should meet the median income requirements established for their area.
The first-time homebuyer cannot have owned home within the last three years.
They must be able to qualify and be approved for a low-interest mortgage loan.
Homebuyer grant programs are to make home ownership a reality for low or moderate income families and to reduce the number of tenant-occupied properties in the city. Two grant programs assist in funding various programs, projects and agencies that provide services.

1.Community development block grant.
2.Social services grant.

Community development block grant.

The community block grant program is funded through federal entitlement. These funds are used to benefit low and moderate income families, aid in the elimination of blight, meet other urgent community needs.
These CDBG funds are used in three ways.

Capital bricks and mortal projects: Used for construction, Acquisition or rehabilitation of facilities and improvements for the community.
Public services: Majority of these funds are combined with General fund dollars and are made available through the social service grant process.
Administrative costs: These funds pay for the expenses of administrating the CDBG program.
Social services grant.

Social service grants program provides funds to many local, nonprofit agencies. Grant funds help provide a prevention safety net to persons facing a variety of life issues. Non-profit agencies who receive grant funds provide services to help adults, children, and families in need of special assistance.

Social services provided by these nonprofit organizations help address circumstances such as hunger and malnutrition, homeless, unemployment, lack of health care, domestic violence, lack of needed child care and many other problems.