Who Qualifies for the Homes for Texas Heroes Program?

June 14, 2019 | by Laura Ross

Categories: First Time Buyer, Homeownership, Homes for Texas Heroes, Teachers, Veterans

In honor of National Homeownership Month, TSAHC is taking the opportunity to spread the word about our Homes for Texas Heroes Program

Authorized by the Texas Legislature, the Program provides fixed rate mortgage loans, down payment assistance and mortgage interest tax credits to professionals working tirelessly to help keep our communities strong.

This week in the blog, we’ll take a closer look at the individual professions that qualify for the Program. Click here to view more detailed eligibility requirements for each profession.

PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS

  • Teachers
  • Teacher Aids
  • School Librarians
  • School Counselors
  • School Nurses

POLICE OFFICERS

  • Peace Officers
  • Public Security Officers 


 

FIRE FIGHTERS AND EMS PERSONNEL

  • Fire Fighters
  • Emergency Care Attendants
  • Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs)
  • Licensed Paramedics

CORRECTIONS OFFICERS

  • Corrections Officers
  • Juvenile Corrections Officers
  • County Jailers
     

VETERANS

  • Veterans
  • Active Military

 

 

HOW TO APPLY

Follow these steps to apply:

  1. Take the eligibility quiz.
  2. Apply with an approved lender.
  3. Complete a home buyer education course.
  4. Find a REALTOR®  

FOR LENDERS AND REALTORS®  

TSAHC has created new co-brandable flyers to help you promote Homes for Texas Heroes to each profession. 


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Comments

Laura Ross

Hi Judy, the Homes for Texas Heroes Program serves individuals who currently hold the positions listed above.

judy

Is this help available to anyone looking to relocate to texas .. Im retired now but was an instructional aide for 27 yrs in CA

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