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Hometown Program

Access to Down-Payment Assistance

Down payment assistance can be a great resource for a first-time or low-to-moderate income homebuyers.

  • Hometown Program Loan Officers specialize in down-payment assistance

What is down payment assistance?

Many down payment assistance programs come in the form of a second mortgage that has a low interest rate or deferred payments. Down payment assistance funds generally come from the federal, state, county or city government to help first-time or low- to moderate-income homebuyers. Individual banks or employers may also offer grants or other types of programs.

The Loan Officers that administer your Hometown Home Loan Program benefits belong to a specialized group within HomeStreet Bank called Affinity Lending. These Loan Officers are specially trained to help you access down-payment assistance programs in your area. If you think down-payment assistance may help improve your ability to finance your home, contact an Affinity Loan Officer near you to learn more.

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Your mortgage benefits cannot be accessed from a HomeStreet branch or home loan center. Mortgage benefits can only be accessed through one of our specialized Affinity Lending Centers which can be found through the locator below.

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