FAQs

How do TCHP programs work?

TCHP’s core programs center around down payment/closing cost assistance and foreclosure prevention. We also offer newly constructed and rehabilitated single family homes for purchase at below-market prices for qualified buyers.

The down payment/closing cost assistance programs, as well as our affordable single-family properties, are open to first time homebuyers as well as experienced homebuyers in select communities in Tarrant County. There are both educational and financial components of these programs.

Although TCHP doesn't offer a financial assistance available to help with mortgage payments, TCHP’s foreclosure prevention programs provide the struggling homeowner with information, resources and advocacy that lead back to stability.
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How do I know if I qualify for TCHP programs?

Any homeowner is eligible to access our free foreclosure prevention program or attend our workshops and seminars. Learn more.
Eligibility requirements for down payment assistance, closing cost assistance and new construction vary per program. Find out if you're eligible.

When is your next class?

A schedule of upcoming classes may be found here.

What's the difference between classes and assistance?

Our free housing and foreclosure prevention classes are open to all and do not have a financial assistance component included. (However, we can act as your foreclosure prevention advocate in many circumstances.)

Some of our programs that do have a financial assistance component (such as our down payment assistance programs) require that you attend our classes to receive the financial assistance. It's important to note that mere attendance of these classes doesn't qualify you for financial assistance by itself. Contact your TCHP housing advisor to learn more.

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