Some household incomes may qualify for financial assistance for down payment and / or closing costs. Applicants for down payment assistance programs must complete our first homebuyer education course. Research has shown that those who have completed the homebuyer education course are one-third less likely to fall behind within the first two years of closing their home. (Source, NeighborWorks America)
We also offer an online homebuyer education course for those who can not attend the in-person education course.
For many people, the down payment and closing costs can be the difference between dreams and the reality of ownership.
Contact us today to find out if you are eligible and how to apply for this type of financial aid.
1.) Review the homebuyer assistance manual. The manual contains important information about the down payment assistance program, including information that should be disclosed to you.
2.) Fill out the application for down payment assistance. Once you have completed the application and have the required documents (see page 3 of the document list handbook) you are ready to:
3.) Contact our office to make an appointment or you can send your application and form online.
NHSOKLA is currently out of funding for the City of Oklahoma City. We expect to receive additional funding mid -late August.
We will announce when City of Oklahoma City funds are available.
We do have limited funding available for Cleveland, Logan and Oklahoma County.