Homeownership Made Affordable
Virginia Housing (formerly referred to as VHDA) offers affordable loan programs for Virginians. The quality programs offered provides affordable housing opportunities to Virginia residents who otherwise might not be able to afford homeownership.
Looking for the Virginia Housing loan that’s right for you? Virginia Housing offers a variety of affordable home mortgages. All are 30-year fixed rate loans. Some don’t require any downpayment; some allow for lower credit scores; and some offer an MCC to help reduce federal taxes. Virginia Housing makes homeownership affordable through the “Virginia Housing Loan Combo,” a down payment grant, plus an MCC (a federal tax credit for homebuyers), plus our free homebuyers class. All loans have maximum income and sales price limits and/or loan limits, which vary according to where the home is located.
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