Disaster Recovery Library: Homeownership Assistance

Homeownership assistance programs develop housing for sale and/or provide funding to households to buy new homes that replace disaster-damaged residences. These programs can produce high-quality homes at affordable prices and offer financial assistance to qualified homebuyers, helping to avoid displacement of residents. These programs often include income eligibility and housing counseling requirements. 

Homeowner assistance programs funded by CDBG-MIT must include a mitigation component that is designed to increase resilience to disasters.  

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Disaster Recovery Homebuyer Housing Development Manual

Date Published: March 2013
Grant Type: CDBG-DR
Program Area: Homeownership Assistance
Topic: Contract Management; Monitoring and Compliance
Phase: Implementation; Launch
Disaster Year: Not Specific

Disaster Recovery Homebuyer Housing Development Property Acquisition File Checklist

Date Published: March 2013
Grant Type: CDBG-DR
Program Area: Homeownership Assistance
Topic: Monitoring and Compliance; Recordkeeping
Phase: Implementation; Launch
Disaster Year: Not Specific

Disaster Recovery Homebuyer Housing Development Marketing and Sales Guide

Date Published: March 2013
Grant Type: CDBG-DR
Program Area: Homeownership Assistance
Topic: Policies and Procedures/Process Mapping
Phase: Implementation; Launch
Disaster Year: Not Specific

Disaster Recovery Homebuyer Housing Development Assessment Guide

Date Published: March 2013
Grant Type: CDBG-DR
Program Area: Homeownership Assistance
Topic: Policies and Procedures/Process Mapping; Recordkeeping
Phase: Implementation
Disaster Year: Not Specific

Disaster Recovery Homebuyer Housing Development Buyer Financing Manual

Date Published: March 2013
Grant Type: CDBG-DR
Program Area: Homeownership Assistance
Topic: Financial Management; Policies and Procedures/Process Mapping
Phase: Implementation; Launch
Disaster Year: Not Specific