See If You Are Eligible

Eligibility Requirements

Heritage Housing Partners (HHP) may only sell homes to qualified first-time homebuyers who meet certain household income restrictions.

While there are many details to consider, the two most important eligibility requirements are:

1. Are You a "First-Time Homebuyer"?

If you have not own residential real estate in the past three (3) years, you may qualify as a first time homebuyer.

2. Does Your Household Meet Applicable Income Restrictions?

Applicable income restrictions are based on government definitions of low-income and moderate-income households. These income ranges vary based on the type of government funding used for a specific housing development. Look at the table below, find your household or family size, and then look at the income ranges.

 

Household Size

1 person

2 persons

3 persons

4 persons

5 persons

6 persons

Low Income

$41,400 to $66,250

$47,300 to $75,700

$53,200 to $85,150

$59,100 to $94,600

$63,850 to $102,350

$68,600 to $109,750

Moderate Income

$66,250 to $99,360

$75,700 to $113,520

$85,150 to $127,680

$94,600 to $141,840

$102,200 to $153,240

$109,750 to $164,640

Workforce Income

$99,680 to $111,780

$108,120 to $127,710

$121,680 to $143,640

$135,120 to $159,570

$146,040 to $172,395

$156,700 to $185,220

Eligibility Requirements

Heritage Housing Partners (HHP) may only sell homes to qualified first-time homebuyers who meet certain household income restrictions.

While there are many details to consider, the two most important eligibility requirements are:

1. Are You a "First-Time Homebuyer"?

If you have not own residential real estate in the past three (3) years, you may qualify as a first time homebuyer.

2. Does Your Household Meet Applicable Income Restrictions?

Applicable income restrictions are based on government definitions of low-income and moderate-income households. These income ranges vary based on the type of government funding used for a specific housing development. Look at the table below, find your household or family size, and then look at the income ranges.

 

Household Size

1 person

2 persons

3 persons

4 persons

5 persons

6 persons

Low Income

$39,450 to $63,100

$45,050 to $72,100

$50,700 to $81,100

$56,300 to $90,100

$60,850 to $97,350

$65,350 to $104,550

Moderate Income

$63,100 to $94,680

$72,100 to $108,120

$81,100 to $121,680

$90,100 to $135,120

$97,350 to $146,040

$104,550 to $156,700

Middle Income

$94,680 to $118,350

$108,120 to $135,150

$121,680 to $152,100

$135,120 to $168,900

$146,040 to $182,550

$156,700 to $196,050

If your household falls into one of the above income ranges based on your household size, you may be eligible for HHP’s affordable homeownership programs.

These HUD figures are current as of 2020 and are subject to change without notice. Please read the FAQ for more details about income eligibility.

If you think you meet the above eligibility requirements, please read about how to get ready to buy a home.

Learn how the Affordable Homeownership Program Works

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