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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

4.500%

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 1/13/2017.


What's New

DCHFA Introduces Quarterly Newsletter The Home Front more
DCHFA Financed Development Pomeroy Gardens featured in December issue of East of the River Magazine more
ANNOUNCING:  January Homebuyers' Informational Sessions more
DC Will Launch Improvements to First-Time Homebuyer Programs in 2017 – UrbanTurf more
DCHFA named co-administrator of the Home Purchase Assistance Program (HPAP) more
Special Feature: Multifamily Projects Targeting Very Specific Residents, including DCHFA Financed Plaza West — Bisnow more
Exceptional tax credit programs available for Maryland and DC home buyers – Peek Properties Blog more
150 rentals for low- and moderate-income tenants planned for D.C.’s Deanwood – The Washington Post more
5 Things to Consider Before Buying a Condo in Washington, D.C. – (DC Open Doors) U.S. News & World Report for YAHOO! Finance more
Realtors Learn How to Navigate Financing Programs in DC including DC Open Doors - District of Columbia Association of Realtors Communications more
Press Release: DC Open Doors Funds $200 Million in Mortgage Assistance Loans more
DCHFA funds first development project of FY 2017 in Deanwood – District Chronicles more
District Bonds Push Forward $35M Deanwood Hills Apartments — GlobeSt.com more
Now Available DCHFA’s FY2015 Annual Report: A Banner Year in Affordable Housing more
Brightwood Church To Be Partially Demolished For 99-Unit Affordable Housing Project - BisNow more
D.C. Breaks Ground on $11 Million Affordable Housing Project in Ward 5 - Washington City Papermore
Foundation renovation to upgrade D.C. apartments for low- and moderate-income residents – The Washington Post more
Brightwood Park residents preserve affordable housing with TOPA, $13M rehab — (Homestead Apartments) CurbedDC more