Down Payment Assistance Programs: Pathway to Purchase (P2P)

The final down payment assistance program to be spotlighted is the Pathway to Purchase (P2P). In order to provide qualified homebuyers a “Pathway to Purchase” their home, the Arizona Department of Housing (ADOH), in conjunction with the Arizona Home Foreclosure Prevention Funding Corporation (AHFPFC), to provide DPA for a primary residence in seventeen specific municipalities in AZ. The goal is to provide incentive to buyers who have been avoiding housing markets hit hardest by foreclosures.

The ADOH P2P Down Payment Assistance Program aims to lure buyers with an appealing 30-year fixed-rate mortgage with a Down Payment Assistance (DPA) second mortgage equal to a 10% of the purchase price with a cap of $20,000.

The DPA second mortgage is a five-year, forgivable lien against the subject property at a 0% interest rate with no required monthly payments. The DPA can be used toward the down payment and/or closing costs. DPA is only available in accordance with a Pathway to Purchase first mortgage and is funded by AHFPFC/ADOH at the mortgage loan closing.

Homebuyer Eligibility Requirements

P2P Eligible Cities

The program is limited to the following cities:

The first required step for the Pathway to Purchase program is working through one of ADOH-approved and participating mortgage lender. Said lender will be your contact point throughout the whole process, working with the buyer to obtain a program-qualifying mortgage and registration for the down payment assistance.

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Funding for the Pathway to PurchaseDPA Second Mortgage Program is provided by the U.S. Department of the Treasury through the Troubled Asset Relief Program; Hardest-Hit Fund. The P2P Program has a $48-million-dollar commitment and is available on a first come first serve basis.

Previous DPA programs highlighted have been: Home in Five, Home Plus, Arizona HFA Preferred, the Pima Tucson Homebuyer’s Solution, City of Phoenix Open Doors, American Dream DPI, Chenoa Fund, Home Success Mortgage Credit Certificate, NeighborhoodLIFT, and Neighborhood Stabilization Program.

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