Veterans Housing Alliance (VHA) provides the opportunity to receive funds to assist a Veteran with “closing costs” for the first time home purchase. The Veteran must prove they need the assistance. The purchase must be the Veterans first home or show proof that they have not owned a home in the last three (3) years. If a grant is issued, the funds are then used to assist the Veteran as a first time home buyer to purchase a home. The funds will go to the escrow that is being used for the purchase of the Veterans home. It is important to provide the correct escrow information. Persons responsible to provide this information will be the Veteran, the Veterans Realtor or lender.
These guidelines describe key program requirements, processing procedures, rules for program staff, lenders, and applicants. These guidelines may be revised from time to time as necessary to address inconsistencies or unaddressed issues as they arise. The VHA will continue to fundraise and work to aid Veterans throughout the community.
However, once funds have been depleted, the Veterans Housing Alliance will make a community announcement suspending the program until further funds are raised or generated for the Veteran Housing Alliance (VHA) First Time Homebuyer Program.