Lubbock Housing Finance Corporation provides various programs and services that promote economic development and encourage the building of long-term assets for individuals and neighborhoods. Unless otherwise noted, these programs and services are available to persons living in Lubbock and surrounding counties.
Homeownership Across Texas Grant Program 4.7.2015
The Lubbock Housing Finance Corporation, in partnership with the Southeast
Texas Housing Finance Corporation, is pleased to make the
Grant Program available in most communities throughout the State.
The Lubbock Housing Finance Corporation, in partnership with the Southeast Texas Housing Finance Corporation, is pleased to make the HAT Grant Program available in most communities throughout the State.
Featuring Down Payment and Closing Cost Grants
Totaling up to 5% of your Loan Amount!
When purchasing a home, it's always best to save and use your own money to cover the down payment and closing costs. Doing so, and having good credit, will allow you to get the best financing terms. But if you find that you haven't saved enough to pay all of the costs related to buying a home, the Homeownership Across Texas Grant Program may be of benefit to you.
Eligibility for the loan and GRANT is based on:
Ø the property you wish to purchase being located anywhere in Texas with the exception of El Paso, Grand Prairie and McKinney;
Ø the income being used to qualify you for a home loan being less than or equal to 115% of Area Median Income for the County in which the home is located; Click Here for Income Levels
Ø the sales price of the home you buy being less than or equal to:
$250,200 (FHA, VA and USDA loans)
$324,000 (Conventional loans)
$324,000 (Conventional loans)
Ø you occupying the home as your principal residence; and
Ø your ability to qualify for FHA, VA, Conventional or USDA financing.
And you don't
have to be a first-time homebuyer!
And you don't have to be a first-time homebuyer!
The following costs may be paid with GRANT funds:
ØClosing Costs (including fees for appraisal, credit
report, title insurance, etc.)
ØPrepaid Expenses (including homeowners insurance,
real estate tax escrows, interest, etc.)
To find out if the Homeownership Across Texas Grant
Program will benefit you,
click here to contact a Participating Lender who can prequalify you for a
grant and a home loan at the same time!
Lubbock Housing Finance Corporation helps qualified persons secure financing to become homeowner. LHFC is a licensed Mortgage Banker and its employees are licensed Mortgage Loan Originators, as required by the S.A.F.E. (Secure and Fair Enforcement for) Mortgage Licensing Act of 2008. Company NMLS #266112
Go to "About
LHFC" to see our
Interested persons should call 806-744-KEYS (806-744-5397) for more information.
Lubbock Housing Finance Corporation provides financing to qualified builders for the construction of affordable single-family homes in the cities throughout Lubbock County. Interest rates on these loans range from 0% to 6% with the most favorable rates available for homes built in targeted neighborhoods and sold to low income persons.
Interested builders should call LHFC at 806-745-9559 for more information.
Small Business Lending
Lubbock Housing Finance Corporation provides administrative and loan packaging services for High Plains Community Capital, LLC ("HPCC"), a regional multi-bank community development company. Its primary purpose is to benefit low-to-moderate income people and/or areas by making non-traditional loans to small business owners. HPCC serves the South Plains, a 15-county region which includes the following counties and cities therein: Bailey, Cochran, Crosby, Dickens, Floyd, Garza, Hale, Hockley, King, Lamb, Lubbock, Lynn, Motley, Terry, Yoakum.
The following banks with locations throughout the region have invested in High Plains Community Capital:
American Bank of Commerce (Lubbock, Wolfforth)
BBVA Compass Bank (Lubbock, Plainview)
City Bank (Floydada, Levelland, Lockney, Lubbock, Morton, Olton, Springlake, Whiteface)
First Bank & Trust (Lubbock)
Lubbock National Bank (Lubbock)Prosperity Bank (Brownfield, Floydada, Levelland, Littlefield, Lubbock, Plainview, Slaton)
Security State Bank (Littlefield, Lubbock, Olton)
Wells Fargo Bank (Denver City, Lubbock, Plainview, Post)
Persons interested in a small business loan, or who have been denied a loan due to credit problems, should go to www.highplainscc.net or call HPCC at 806-771-3742 for an appointment.