Homeownership and Solar are Affordable in West Sacramento

First Time Homebuyer Assistance Program

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Qualified buyers may receive up to $50,000, or 35% of the purchase price, whichever is less, towards the purchase of a home located in West Sacramento from the City’s First Time Homebuyer Assistance (FTHB) Program. Program participants must be at or below the following income limits:

Family Size     1 Person     2 People     3 People     4 People     5 People     6 People     7 People     8 People
Income $40,450 $46,200 $52,000 $57,750 $62,400 $67,000 $71,650 $76,250

 

To register for the West Sacramento workshop, or any other workshop offered by NeighborWorks, call 916-452-5356 or register online at http://www.nwsac.org/workshops/.  You can also contact NeighborWorks for additional information and requirements for the FTHB Program.Those interested in the FTHB Program must first attend a homebuyer workshop offered by NeighborWorks HomeOwnership Center (NeighborWorks).  A workshop will be held in West Sacramento on Saturday, May 14, 2016, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Community Center, 1075 West Capitol Avenue. 

GRID Alternatives

GRID Alternatives is a non-profit organization that brings the benefits of solar technology to families that need the financial savings most.  GRID Alternatives will install solar electric systems for homeowners at low- or no-cost if they meet income and home affordability requirements.  Contact GRID Alternatives at 916-588-9279 to find out if you qualify.  You can also find out about the programs GRID Alternatives offers by visiting their website at www.gridalternatives.org.

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