in Rhode Island, Oklahoma, North Carolina, South Carolina or Washington, there is now extra money and help for you.
Funding available under the Urgent Repair Program provides grants for emergency home repairs and modifications to homes of elderly homeowners and other homeowners with special needs whose household incomes do not exceed 50% of the area median. Eligible organizations may request up to $75,000. For a listing of eligible organizations, contact the North Carolina Housing Finance Agency.
this is a non-repayable grants/gifts program available to first-time homeowners to cover down payment and closing costs. Also provided are free Homebuyer Education Courses, free Balanced Budget Spending Plans, free Credit Counseling Services as well as Post Purchase and Homeownership Maintenance Counseling to any resident in North Carolina. Income is not a limiting factor; however, all applicants are required to take the two educational courses provided by Home Grants. In order for a grant recipient to use Home Grants’ funds, they must be approved for an acceptable loan product that permits charitable organizations to provide gift funds. Contact: North Carolina Housing Assistance; (704) 385-3973