Buying a Home for People with Disabilities

One of the best long-term investments you can make is owning your own home. People with disabilities are no different, in this respect.

Additionally, most of the services and programs that take assets into consideration don’t include a residential property, therefore owning a home typically does not affect the services you need.

The housing staff at Voices for Independence want to help you own your own small piece of the American dream.

Education – Buying a home is a big commitment, and the process can be complicated. If VFI has literature and brochures to guide you through this process and educate you before you make important decisions.

Home Buying for Low Income Families

Several financial institutions offer special programs for low income individuals. These coupled with first-time buyer incentives can help you purchase a home with smaller down payments and lower costs.

VFI is always encouraging additional financial institutions to offer affordable loans for people with disabilities who have low income or few assets.

Owning a home certainly isn’t for everyone, but it’s not out of reach.

Planning, education, and making good financial decisions will help you keep your home buying options open. Let VFI help.