Down Payment Assistance

ReNew Lending offers many different Down Payment Assistance (DPA) programs in multiple states across the country. We are always researching how we can help our clients afford the American dream of owning their own home. DPA programs let people have the opportunity to purchase a home without needing to pay a large down payment. Each state offers different programs, learn more about each of the programs we offer below. 

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Down Payment Assistance Programs

ReNew Lending offers a variety of down payment assistance programs in multiple states across the country. Each state offers different programs, learn more about each of the programs we offer below.

Nevada

Nevada offers the Home is Possible, Home is Possible for Heroes, and Home is Possible for Teachers loan programs. Nevada also offers the Home At Last program for rural areas. 

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Arizona

Arizona offers the Home Plus, Home in Five, and Pima Tucson Homebuyer’s Solution mortgage loan programs. 

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Colorado

Colorado offers the Chenoa loan program. 

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California

California offers the Chenoa loan programs. 

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ReNew offers a variety of loans options

We offer multiple different loan programs to meet your specific needs. Whether you are a first time home owner or you’re looking at buying another rental property, ReNew offers a variety of options to ensure our clients are getting the best service possible.

FHA Loan Programs

FHA loans generally require a lower minimum down payment and lower credit scores than many conventional loans.

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Conventional Loans

Conventional loans are good for everyone from first time home owners to real estate investors looking at rental properties.

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VA Loan Programs

VA loans don’t require a down payment and are a great option for military veterans, active duty, & all qualified servicemembers.

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USDA Loan Programs

USDA loans don’t require a down payment and are a good option for homes in qualified rural areas.

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FHA Limits

FHA Low-Cost Area Loan Limits

The FHA national low-cost area mortgage limits, which are set at 65 percent of the
national conforming limit of $548,250 for a one-unit Property, are, by property unit
number, as follows:
• One-unit: $356,362
• Two-unit: $456,275
• Three-unit: $551,500
• Four-unit: $685,400

FHA High-Cost Area Loan Limits

The FHA national high-cost area mortgage limits, which are set at 150 percent of the
national conforming limit of $548,250 for a one-unit Property, are, by property unit
number, as follows:
• One-unit: $822,375
• Two-unit: $1,053,000
• Three-unit: $1,272,750
• Four-unit: $1,581,750

FHA Income Limits

FHA does not have a limit on how much you can earn each year.

Conventional Loan Tools

FHFA Loan Limit Map

Use this interactive map provided by Fannie Mae to check the loan limits in your area.

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FHFA Loan Limit by County

This PDF will show you the Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac loan limits by County.

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Freddie Mac Income and Property Eligibility

Check if your income and house qualify for the Freddie Mac Home Possible® Loan Program.

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VA Loan Tools

Loan Limit Map

VA follows the loan limits set by Fannie Mae for conventional loans. Use this map to see the loan limit in your area.

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eBenefits Certificate of Eligibility

Calculate your VA Home Loan benefit and entitlement to get a Certificate of Eligibility.

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Download VA form 26-1880

VA request form for a certificate of eligibility.

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USDA Loan Tools

Property Eligibility Map

USDA loans can only be used when the house is in a USDA approved area. If you don’t have the address of the home yet then you can just pick an address in the area where you are looking and enter the complete address into the USDA property eligibility site. It will let you know if the property is in a eligible USDA area.

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Income Eligibility

USDA requires that all household income from adults over the age of 18 is used in the income calculations. The strict Debt to Income levels that USDA requires can make it a little confusing. ReNew will do the income calculations for you. If you would like to check yourself you can use the USDA website by clicking the Check Income Eligibility button.

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Income Limit Map

This map will show you what the income limits are in your area. USDA sets income limits by county. Just add up all of the net income made by anyone over the age of 18 that will be living in the home and you will have your total household income that USDA uses. Your total household income needs to be below the USDA County Income limit to qualify.

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Loan Limit Map

This Map will show you the USDA loan limits in your area. Limits are set by County.

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