Government Grant Resources - Home Buying Programs


Government Grants within the United States Housing Sector
The government has established quite a slew of agencies that are specifically designed to administer housing programs and assist the needs of homebuyers, renters, and property developers.


First Time Homebuyer Programs in District of Columbia
The Department of Housing and Community Development, more commonly referred to as DHCD, is a local government agency in the District of Columbia that is primarily responsible for increasing quality housing and community development opportunities.


Downpayment Assistance Program for the First Time Home Buyers in North Carolina
The programs and activities of the North Carolina Housing Finance Agency are constantly geared towards the satisfaction of the best interest of its target population, which is why all their endeavors are carefully guided by their overall agency mission which is "to create affordable housing opportunities for North Carolinians whose needs are not met by the market."


First Time Homebuyer Programs in California
The programs 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."


First Time Homebuyer Programs in Maine
The first time homebuyer programs of MaineHousing are all especially designed to contribute to the achievement of its primary agency mission which is to "assist Maine people to obtain and maintain decent, safe, affordable housing and services suitable to their unique housing needs."


First Time Homebuyer Programs in Montana
The Montana Board of Housing, otherwise referred to as BOH, was primarily established to to provide decent, safe, sanitary and affordable housing for lower income individuals and families in the State of Montana.


First Time Homebuyer Programs in New York
The State of New York cares so much about its people. It looks out for them and constantly ascertains that their best interest is always protected. One of the ways in which the state has manifested this concern is through the establishment of the State of New York Mortgage Agency, more commonly referred to as SONYMA, which is a public authority established in 1970 designed to provide reasonable and affordable home-ownership opportunities to low and moderate income New Yorkers, especially to first time home buyers.


First Time Homebuyer Programs in New Hampshire
The State of New Hampshire gives great importance to the welfare and safety of its people. One of the ways of showing this is through the establishment of the New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority, which is specially designed to assist low to moderate income residents of New Hampshire in the process of procuring safe and affordable housing opportunities.


First Time Homebuyer Programs in Idaho
The Idaho Housing and Finance Association, otherwise referred t as IDFA, is Idaho's uniquely created and organized financial institution and administrator of affordable housing resources.


First Time Homebuyer Programs in Georgia
In July 1996, the Governor and General Assembly made a vital decision to join together the Georgia Housing and Finance Authority (GHFA) with the Department of Community Affairs.






Social Entrepreneurship
Spotlight



3 Top Tips for Social Enterprises Gearing for Transformational Change

3 Top Tips for Social Enterprises Gearing for Transformational Change
The first annual Changemakers Festival, coordinated by the Australian Centre for Social Innovation, has collected...



Nonprofit Jobs in New Mexico

  Program Director Jobs
  Social Services Jobs
  Substance Abuse Jobs
  Fundraising & Development Jobs
  Foundation Related Jobs





More Federal Domestic Assistance Programs


John Ogonowski Farmer-to-Farmer Program | GoMESA | Fish and Wildlife Coordination Act | Faculty Loan Repayment Programs | Children"s Hospitals Graduate Medical Education Payment |  Site Style by YAML | Grants.gov | Grants | Grants News | Sitemap | Privacy Policy


Edited by: Michael Saunders

© 2004-2018 Copyright Michael Saunders