By: Christine Anozil
For many, the dream of owning a home feels out of reach due to financial barriers.
New Jersey seeks to change that with its First-Time Home Buyers Program, offering essential financial support for those taking their first step into homeownership.
To address these concerns, New Jersey's initiative provides first-time buyers up to $15,000, which can be applied to down payments and closing costs.
The state's official website, NJ.gov, notes that these funds can alleviate the immediate financial strain often associated with purchasing a home.
This program is open to qualified first-time homebuyers and provides a 30-year, fixed-rate government-insured loan (FHA/VA/USDA) or conventional mortgage. It is the required foundational program for all. NJHMFA Down Payment Assistance Program participants.
Eligibility for the program is based on a few simple criteria:
- You haven't been a homeowner in the past three years.
- The purchased property in New Jersey will be your primary residence.
If you meet these requirements and are considering buying a home in the Garden State, this program could be your key to unlocking the door to homeownership.
Reach out to me for more details, and let's begin this journey together. Your dream home is waiting!