Financial Assistance for Homebuyers and Homeowners

Way Finders' Homeownership and Financial Education Department offers Financial Assistance programs to help you purchase or modify your home. 

Down Payment Assistance

Belchertown Down Payment Assistance

Way Finders administers the Belchertown Down Payment Assistance program which provides down payment and/or closing assistance of $5,000 to income-eligible borrowers purchasing a home in the town of Belchertown, MA. Click here to download income limits. Homebuyers must also complete homeownership education.

Belchertown Down Payment Assistance funds are available as a 0% mortgage that is forgivable after 5 years as long as the home is not sold prior to this deadline. Loans will be available on a first-come, first-served basis until all funds are expended. Please reference the frequently asked questions below for additional information. 

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Down Payment Assistance in other cities/town

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Financial Assistance

Get the Lead Out

The Get the Lead Out Program is designed to provide low-cost financing to owners of 1-4 family properties to remove hazardous lead paint from their homes and reduce the possibility of lead poisoning in children. MassHousing is the administrating agency for this program and funding is provided by a state appropriation. Participating agencies include: Department of Housing and Community Development, Department of Public Health and Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program.

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Home Modification Loan Program

The Home Modification Loan Program (HMLP) was created to provide loans in amounts between $1,000 and $50,000 for modifications to the primary, permanent residence of elders, and individuals with disabilities. HMLP also lends from $1,000 to $30,000 secured by a promissory note and security agreement to individuals who own manufactured or mobile homes. These loans allow homeowners in Massachusetts to remain in their home and must specifically relate to a person in the household’s ability to function on a daily basis. 

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