Home Start Grant Down Payment Assistance

Get up to $5,000 to buy a home

Home buyers in Utah have the opportunity to buy a home using government grant money for their down payment and even closing costs.

Call or meet with a Mortgage Advisor to see if you qualify for a Home Start Grant at 801-260-7700.

Home Start Grant Details:

Can be used for down payment or closing costs

Funds can be used in conjunction with other grants or credits

Available to borrowers who have not owned a home in the past three years. Some exceptions can be made

There is a 5-year retention period. If the property is sold or refinanced within the first 5 years following loan closing, the borrower must repay a pro-rated portion of the grant funds

Borrowers must complete a home buyer training class (which can be done online)

Loan subject to approval. Other restrictions and qualifications may apply.

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