The DCHFA “DC Open Doors” Program

Want to get started with DC’s popular $0 Down Payment program in DC?  Here’s the basic requirements.

Here is our current calendar of Introductory Workshops to lowering your down payment to the lowest level possible in DC!

Our agents are also available
one-on-one for Private Help!
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After-Work Edition: Home & Condo Buyer Workshop...more
913 Florida Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001  

UrbanLand Company

$0 Down Home & Condo Buyer Workshop...more
913 Florida Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001  

UrbanLand Company

After-Work Edition: Home & Condo Buyer Workshop...more
913 Florida Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001  

UrbanLand Company

$0 Down Home & Condo Buyer Workshop...more
913 Florida Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001  

UrbanLand Company

After-Work Edition: Home & Condo Buyer Workshop...more
913 Florida Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001  

UrbanLand Company

$0 Down Home & Condo Buyer Workshop...more
913 Florida Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001  

UrbanLand Company

After-Work Edition: Home & Condo Buyer Workshop...more
913 Florida Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001  

UrbanLand Company

$0 Down Home & Condo Buyer Workshop...more
913 Florida Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001  

UrbanLand Company

Launched in June  2013, the DC Housing Finance Agency’s “DC Open Doors” program is designed to make home ownership more affordable for those wishing to own a home or condo in downtown Washington, D.C. It is an intensive program that pays your down payment when you purchase, provided you meet certain qualifications and can live in the home at least for the first 5 years of ownership.

Don’t be afraid to ask even the simplest questions. You can also Pre-Enroll for express assistance to check your eligibility while getting how much home you can afford – without a credit check!

This program and funding is available to both first time home buyers and repeat home buyers. “First time home buyer’ means you have not owned your primary residence for the last 3 years. If you currently own your primary residence, you can still apply for $0 Down. Your current home must be sold and settled prior to closing on your $0 Down home.