Other Programs

 

Home Owner Programs

 

Down Payment Assistance for First Time Home Buyers

Davis County (temporarily unavailable)

Grants  to $10,000 are now available on a first-come basis for income qualified first time home buyers. Grants can be applied to 50% of the required down payment for the home purchase and closing costs. Purchase price cannot exceed $325,000. The Davis County grant is not available in Clearfield or Layton.

More information about this program and the application can be viewed or downloaded in the attachment below.

For additional information or to apply for a grant, please contact Shelly Pace at 801-939-9198 or shelly@daviscommunityhousing.com.


Clearfield City 

Grants up to $3,000 are currently available on a first-come basis for income qualified first time home buyers.  Grants can be applied to 50% of the required down payment and closing costs, with a minimum of $1,000 required of the buyer.  Purchase price cannot exceed $250,000. 

Layton City down payment grants are available directly through Layton City’s Economic Development department.

  

Home Repair Programs

There are grants available for Davis County as well as Clearfield and Layton for eligible home repairs, such as roof repair, emergency home repairs, and rehabilitation.  Please call or email for more information, specifically stating the city your home is located.

For additional information or to apply for a grant, please contact Shelly Pace at 801-939-9198 or shelly@daviscommunityhousing.com.


Future Advantage Savings Track
Current recipients of Housing Choice rental assistance are eligible to apply for the Future Advantage Savings Track (FAST).  This program offers support and incentives to qualified families that are focused on completing goals.  Please speak with your case manager for more information.

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