Homebuyer Assistance Program helps qualified buyers move into Dallas
If you’re planning to purchase a home in Dallas, consider applying to the Dallas Homebuyer Assistance Program (DHAP). This program helps qualified buyers purchase a home within Dallas city limits. The average amount of assistance awarded is around $30,000 and is based on need.
Potential applicants are encouraged to attend a Homebuyer Education Course through one of the DHAP and HUD-approved education providers. The applicant and household members must be U.S. Citizens or permanent residents with a valid social security card. Applicants must be employed for six consecutive months before applying.
The goal of the Dallas Homebuyers Assistance Program is to help families obtain generational wealth and equity through homeownership.
Learn more about program requirements and how to apply by visiting www.dallashousingpolicy.com and click on the homebuyer tab.
The Department of Housing & Neighborhood Revitalization administers DHAP. DHAP is funded by the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) using HOME investment Partnership and Community Development Block Grants funds. Since 1991, the city of Dallas has provided homebuyer assistance to over 7,900 families.