Tacoma Washington First Time Home Buyers Assistance $20000 Available

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Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX Four Seasons

Are you looking to buy a home in Tacoma Washington? If so then you might qualify for the City of Tacoma Downpayment Assistance Program.

Designed to help home buyers who can afford the payments but do not have the money for a downpayment or closing costs. Tacoma will loan up to $20,000 interest free to qualified buyers.

The map below shows the areas that are available for downpayment assistance.

Tacoma Downpayment Assistance Areas

The downpayment assistance can be used towards a downpayment or closing costs. There is no interest and the loan is paid back when the home is sold, refinanced, or the buyer no longer lives in the home. Or after 20 years of ownership.

There is income guidelines that are as follows

Family Size

Income

Family Size

Income

1

$37,050

5

57,200

2

42,350

6

61,400

3

47,650

7

65,650

4

52,950

8

69,900


If you would like more information this powerful homebuying tool please contact me. I am happy to work with first time buyers who are looking to get out of renting and into buying a home and building equity for their future.

Contact Scott Cowan Rainier Real Estate at (253)-219-1194 to purchase or sell homes or property in the Tacoma, Gig Harbor, Puyallup, and greater Pierce County area.

Visit my profile for more information on my services. Call today (253)-219-1194. You can contact me via email by using the email link on my profile.

I know the Tacoma, Gig Harbor, Puyallup, and Pierce County areas and will help you find your new home or sell your current home if you need to sell. Call today or visit Classic Homes Tacoma  for more information.

 

 

 

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Scott Cowan
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Andrew, It is a good program that has some very strong advantages for people who are just starting out. It does not work for everyone but for the people it can help it is a very powerful aid.

Best,

Scott 

May 01, 2008 02:26 PM #1
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Deanna Olson

Hi Scott,

Can you please give me information on how I can get into this program?  I am a 51 year old single woman who lives in Shelton, WA and commutes to my job Monday thru Friday.  I work at DaVita in Tacoma on Pacific Avenue and would love nothing more than to own my own home and be close to work.  The I-5 commute is too much!! 

I look forward to hearing from you,

Thanks, Deanna Olson

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Scott Cowan
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Hello Deanna- Please give me a shout via email scott@classichomesnorthwest.com and we can begin the conversation on what options you have to buy a home closer to work! You can also call me by looking at my contact information --------->  =)

December 04, 2009 03:11 PM #3
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Sarah H

Is this program still current?

October 22, 2010 01:51 PM #4
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Scott Cowan
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Hello Sarah,

 

The program has undergone some changes. Thanks for the comment it reminds me that I need to write a new post. Please feel free to conact me directly if you have any questions prior to my new post.

October 22, 2010 03:37 PM #5
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Hi im 20 im working fulltime making good income. I dont see why i should rent. I want to put that potential rent money towards a house payment instead. Im experenced with carpetentry and think a cheaper house that is liveable but needs work is something for me. Ive rented for over a year now and always paid my rent/ utililty bill on time. so i have little next to none credit. is there any suggestions or comments for me to make this dream a reality? I mean should i keep renting and build credit first. Is 20 too young to be thinking like this? Any info is much appreciated! Thank you for your time have a good day.
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