Affordable Housing Partnership Program for the First Time Home Buyers in California

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The California Housing Finance Agency, more commonly referred to as CalHFA, is an independent agency in the State of California that has been providing financial assistance to low and moderate income Californians in an attempt to help them seek safe, decent and affordable housing opportunities.

The initiatives of CalHFA are constantly guided by its overall agency mission which is to "finance below market rate loans to create safe, decent and affordable rental housing and to assist first-time homebuyers in achieving the dream of homeownership."

In keeping with this mission, the California Housing Finance Agency has established the Affordable Housing Partnership Program, otherwise known as AHPP.

The Affordable Housing Partnership Program is a housing opportunity that enables first time home buyers in the State of California to seek financial assistance from lending institutions that have formed a partnership with CalHFA for the purposes of this endeavor.

If you wish to submit an application under this program, you should meet the following borrower eligibility requirements:

1) Must be a first time home-buyer (someone who has not owned a home)

2) Must be a legal citizen of the United State, a permanent resident or a qualified alien.   (continued...)

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