UP TO $10,000 IN HOME LOAN DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCE
ADDI will provide downpayment, closing costs, and rehabilitation assistance to eligible individuals. The amount of ADDI assistance provided may not exceed $10,000 or six percent of the purchase price of the home, whichever is greater. To be eligible for ADDI assistance, individuals must be first-time homebuyers interested in purchasing single family housing
A first-time homebuyer is defined as an individual and his or her spouse who have not owned a home during the three-year period prior to the purchase of a home. ADDI funds may be used to purchase one- to four- family housing, condominium unit, cooperative unit, or manufactured housing. Additionally, individuals who qualify for ADDI assistance must have incomes not exceeding 80% of area median income.For more information on ADDI, please refer to Title I of the American Dream Downpayment Act (Public Law 108-186, approved December 16, 2003) and the ADDI interim rule at 24 CFR §92.600.
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ADDI PROGRAM DETAILS
The American Dream Downpayment Initiative (ADDI) was signed into law by President Bush on December 16, 2003 under the American Dream Downpayment Act (Public Law 108-186) (ADDI statute). Funds made available under the ADDI statute will be allocated to eligible HOME program participating jurisdictions (PJ) to assist low-income families become first-time homebuyers.
Pima Tucson Homebuyers Solution has created this program for individuals or families that qualify for down payment assistance. The grant is combined with a FHA, VA, or Rural Housing 30 year fixed rate mortgage. Financing for these loans are available on existing homes, condos, or townhouses).
How can Arizona First Time Home Buyers apply for ADDI funds?
ADDI will be administered as part of the HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) by state and local participating jurisdictions. For more information on ADDI or the HOME program, contact your state or local participating jurisdiction by searching the contact information found here.
You can contact the local participating jurisdiction to confirm available funds and time required to close.