Metro Down Payment Assistance (metroDPA) is a program sponsored by the City & County of Denver helping people throughout the Front Range become homeowners. It provides a home loan and down payment assistance to help people become homeowners in all of these Front Range cities and counties.
metroDPA: People who make up to $150,000 a year and have a credit score above 640 are eligible for a home loan and down payment assistance to purchase a home in these Front Range cities and counties.
metroDPA Social Equity: Residents and direct descendants (the child or grandchild) of residents who lived in a Denver neighborhood that was redlined between 1938 and 2000 are eligible for the metroDPA Social Equity program. Proof of eligibility must be supplied to the Denver Department of Housing Stability (HOST) and is subject to approval by HOST. If someone qualifies, they may receive $15,000 or $25,000 (depending upon their income) and must be approved to use a metroDPA home loan.
No. The metroDPA and metroDPA Social Equity programs are available to qualified applicants so long as the home they are purchasing is in any of these Front Range cities and counties.
National Housing Finance Group:
C. Scott Riffle, Marc Paskulin, DeDe Cross, and Diana Minardi
720.673.3947 or 720.673.3948
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