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First-Time Homebuyer Programs, Partners and Resources in Arkansas

 

First-Time Homebuyer Education in Arkansas

NeighborWorks® of America organizations in Arkansas*  offer:

Click on the link above to find a local homebuyer education and counseling provider near you.

* The contents and accuracy of information contained in this hyperlink was created, maintained, and the responsibility of NeighborWorks® of America.

HUD Approved Housing Counseling Agencies in Arkansas *. Many of these organizations offer:

 

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Online First-Time
Homebuyer Education

 

Online homebuyer education is also available to those who are interested in buying their first home.  FirstHomeAdvisor.com has partnered with eHomeAmerica to offer an online homebuyer education course that you can take from the privacy and convenience or your own home computer.  Click here to learn more about this online homebuyer education course.

First-time Home Buyer Programs in Arkansas

Local First-Time Homebuyer Assistance in Arkansas

Local homebuyer assistance programs in Arkansas *.  The types of programs offered include:

* The contents and accuracy of information contained on this hyperlink are created, maintained and the responsibility of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).  

Many non-profit organizations in Arkansas offer downpayment assistance programs in the form of secondary financing and have been approved for use with an FHA loan.  Here is a link to search for a HUD approved secondary financing programs offered by non-profit organizations

Find an Individual Development
Account in Arkansas

The Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED) maintains a national IDA Resource Directory where you can search for a local IDA or Matched Savings program near you.

Find a Home Inspector
in Arkansas

Search for a local home inspector on the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) website.

Arkansas Development and
Finance Authority

The Arkansas Development and Finance Authority, ADFA, is a state housing finance agency for Arkansas.  This agency delivers a variety of homebuyer assistance programs throughout the state.  

As a State Housing Finance Agency (HFA), ADFA, offers first-time homebuyers:

  • Below-Market Rate Home Loans
  • Downpayment Assistance Programs
  • First-Time Homebuyer Tax Credit
  • A network of mortgage lenders 
  • And More 

Arkansas Development and Finance Authority partners with private sector mortgage lenders who qualify borrowers and offer the program to eligible first-time homebuyers in the state.  For a listing of ADFA lenders and loan officers visit the Arkansas Development and Finance Authority's website.

Mortgage Credit Certificate
Programs in Arkansas

The Arkansas Development and Finance Authority offers first-time homebuyers throughout Arkansas the Mortgage Credit Certificate (MCC) program.  An MCC is a fedeal tax credit program for first-time homebuyers.  To learn more about the program visit the Arkansas Development and Finance Authority's website.