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Home Saver

The HomeSaver Program is a foreclosure prevention program for District homeowners who have been unemployed or underemployed.

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Today's Interest Rates

3.750%

FHA

4.625%

FHA Plus

4.375%

HFA Pref no DPA

5.000%

HFA Pref w/ DPA

4.375%

HFA Adv no DPA

5.000%

HFA Adv w/ DPA

DC Open Doors is a
mortgage program of DCHFA.

As of 4/26/2017.


What's New

Join DC Open Doors at the Walter Reed Block Party April 29th more
DCHFA Financed  Development The Conway Residence wins ULI Washington 2017 Excellence in Housing Development Award more
ANNOUNCING: Request Single Family Payoffs and Lien Release Online more
Press Release: DCHFA Finances a Fourth Project at The Yards more
Christopher E. Donald, DCHFA Director, Multifamily Lending and Neighborhood Investments Appointed to HAND's Board of Directors more
ANNOUNCING:  April and May Homebuyers' Informational Sessions more
DCHFA financed Portner Flats featured by Marketplace more
DCHFA Announces Appointments — Affordable Housing Finance Magazine more
DCHFA Financed Developments The Beacon Center and Conway Residence named Best Real Estate Deals of 2016 — Washington Business Journal more
Press Release: DHCD Announces DCHFA as New HPAP Co-Administrator more
Press Release: DCHFA Finances Second Affordable Apartment Complex in Ward 8 in 2017 more
DCHFA Executive Director and Board Chairman Share Insights on the Affordable Housing in D.C. — Bisnow more
Continuous Growth in Affordable Housing, DCHFA FY 2016 Annual Report more
Housing for Formerly Homeless Vets, Low-Income Households Opens in D.C. – Affordable Housing Finance Magazine more
How 2016 changed Washington, D.C., Ward by Ward (Portner Flats and Conway Residence) — CurbedDC more
Press Release: DCHFA Finances Two Affordable Development Projects in Wards 7 and 8 more
It’s All About HomeownershipWHUR-FM more
Special Feature: Multifamily Projects Targeting Very Specific Residents, including DCHFA Financed Plaza West — Bisnow more
150 rentals for low- and moderate-income tenants planned for D.C.’s Deanwood – The Washington Post more