Nevada Together Home Is Possible Grant Program

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Nevada Together Home Is Possible Grant Program

The Nevada Home Is Possible Grant down payment assistance program rolls out this week.

The Nevada Housing Division (NHD) today launched Home is Possible, a new home buyer program that provides qualified homeowners in Clark and Washoe counties a grant of up to 4% of the loan amount to be applied toward down payment and/or closing costs. The program will be available to home buyers financing a primary residence with a government insured FHA, USDA RD or VA mortgage beginning September 22. Grants for borrowers seeking conventional financing will be available in November.


Nevada Together Home Is Possible Grant Program



Nevada Housing Division Nevada Together Home Is PossibleHome is Possible General Requirements:
•         Home buyer must purchase the home to occupy as the primary residence
•         Minimum credit score of 640 for government insured loans; 660 for manufactured homes and 680 for conventional loans
•         Home purchase price under $400,000
•         Qualifying income on mortgage application must be below $95,500
•         Borrowers must take an approved home buyer education course
•         Borrower must meet the lender’s specific underwriting requirements
•         There is no repayment obligation; no first-time home buyer requirement

The program, funded from private taxable mortgage funds, will be available on an ongoing basis. To get started, interested home buyers should visit http://housing.nv.govto find a list of participating lenders.

“Home Is Possible” Down Payment Assistance Is Here

Together, Home is Possible!

What’s keeping you from owning your own home? For many, it is an inability to save the money necessary for a down payment. That is no longer an excuse! The Nevada Housing Division just announced their new “Home is Possible” program for low and moderate income families wishing to purchase a home in either Washoe or Clark County. “Home is Possible” is intended to compliment the “Home at Last” program offered by the Nevada Rural Housing Authority (NRHA). Between the two programs, down payment assistance will now be available to low to moderate income families throughout the state.
Together, Home is Possible“Home is Possible” will provide a competitive 30-year mortgage with a non-repayable down payment assistance (DPA) grant up to 4% of the mortgage amount to assist with your down payment and closing costs. Initially, FHA, VA and USDA 30-year fixed rate loans will be available but NHD is anticipating adding Fannie Mae eligible loans to the mix.

Program Highlights:

  1. No First-Time Home –buyer Requirement
  2. $95,500 Maximum “Credit Qualifying” Income
  3. $400,000 Maximum Home Purchase Price
  4. 640 Minimum Decision Credit Score (FHA, VA, USDA)
  5. 660 Minimum Decision Credit Score (Manufactured Homes)
  6. 680 Minimum Decision Credit Score (Fannie Mae Conventional)
  7. 45% Maximum Debt to Income Ratio
  8. Complete APPROVED Homebuyer Education Course
  9. Homebuyers ARE NOT subject to Recapture Tax

First-Time Buyers and Qualified Veterans can also pair “Home is Possible with an NHD Mortgage Credit Certificate (MCC) for additional savings. The Mortgage Credit Certificate (MCC) program provides eligible borrowers a tax credit of 40% up to $2,000 of your annual mortgage interest, lowering the amount of federal taxes they are required to pay to the IRS. An MCC is an on-going federal tax credit that can continue year after year for as long as you retain the loan and occupy the home as your primary residence. At today’s rate, your savings would be over $49,000 if you were to make the minimum payment for the full term of a $200,000 loan.

The median Reno/Sparks home price has increased 11% since this time last year. Where will prices be a year from now? Don’t let the down payment prevent you from realizing the dream of owning your own home! Call Ilona Nowak at 702-292-6004 learn more about this fantastic program. There are no more excuses.


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