MOORE, Okla. —
The city of Moore is trying to help out some homeowners. City officials said they are giving out $1 million to help people buy their dream home.
It’s called the Down Payment Assistance Program. The cash will go to those who buy a home in neighborhoods hit by the 2013 tornado.
The city is offering up to $40,000, for those that qualify, as a down payment to buy a home in the neighborhood.
Officials hope the program will create development. There are 100 lots remaining and all new homes come with storm shelters.