Down Payment Assistance – NHF Platimun Program


Aaron Storck and Tatyana Sturm-Storck

Aaron Storck and Tatyana Sturm-Storck

The Storck Team is pleased to offer this wonderful opportunity to you.  If you have dreamed of owning a home in Aurora, Parker, Centennial, or anywhere in Colorado you may qualify for this grant.  Call The Storck Team today, let’s talk about your options!

Up to 5% GRANT for down payment and closing costs now available

The NHF Platinum Program is designed to provide down payment assistance in conjunction with the purchase of a primary residence.  Down payment assistance is provided in the form of a grant of either 3% or 5%.  Check out these details:

Program Funds:

  • 3% or 5% grant options available based on first mortgage amount
  • Program funds are available on first-come, first-served basis
  • No repayment of down payment assistance required

 Eligibility Requirements:

  • Occupancy: Principal Residence Only
  • Credit Score: 640 Minimum
  • Debt-To-Income: 45% Maximum
  • Income Limits Apply
  • Loan Limits Apply

 Eligible Area:

  • State of Colorado

Household Income Limit:

(Adams, Arapahoe, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, Jefferson Counties)

  • $88,205

Mortgage Loan Types:

  • No Conventional Loans
  • 30 Year Fixed

 Loan Limit:

Lesser of:

  • $417,000
  • Loan Limits Set by FHA, VA, or USDA




First Time Home Buyer? Use these helpful hints to make your purchase a success!

Aaron Storck and Tatyana Sturm-Storck

Aaron Storck and Tatyana Sturm-Storck

Many first time home buyers are having a heck of a time in this market with inventories low, Aurora and other surrounding Denver areas are very much included in this.  Plus living in today’s recent grad world you most likely have student loan debt, making it hard to save up for your down payment.  It is still cheaper to purchase rather than continue to rent, according to experts by an average of 38%.

Read this article for help in how to get there!

HUD announces Colorado grant money for affordable housing

More than $10 million in grant money is headed to Colorado housing authorities to “make major large-scale improvements” to affordable housing complexes, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced.

Read the full article here.

Have questions about down payment assistance and if it's right for you?  We can point you in the right direct!  Click here for contact information to The Storck Team.

Aaron: 720-273-7419
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