Purchasing a Home

Take advantage of government programs and organizations that help first-time home buyers.

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Beth Stone–Local Realtor

Local Realtor that will guide you through the buying, selling or rent-to-own process!


The process of buying a home or selling one can be extremely overwhelming. I am here to help make the entire process seamless. Certified agent in the Home Partners of America rent-to-own program that provides the ability to test run a home and eventually buy. You have options, I'm here to help. Email me: beth.stone@westandmainhomes.com

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Best Mortgage: Shop, Compare, Negotiate

Step-by-Step Booklet

The HUD has developed this in depth step-by-step guide on how to properly shop around for different mortgage loans.

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Colorado Housing and Finance Authority

CHFA aka Colorado Housing and Finance Authority is Colorado’s trusted partner for affordable and responsible homeownership. Through their statewide networ​k of approved lenders, they offer ​home purchase loans and grants; and second mortgage loans for down payment and/or closing cost assistance. They also sponsor free homebuyer education across the state in English and Spanish to help prepare you for homeownership.​ They have an easy step-by-step process in navigating your first home purchase.

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metroDPA (down payment assistance)

Up to a percentage of the home loan amount!


metroDPA is a down payment assistance program available in several cities in Colorado. Your income must be below $176,700 a year and credit score above 640 (620 in some cases). You can get help with up to a percentage of your mortgage loan amount with a 3-year forgivable second mortgage. Click on the link to learn more! You can also call Diana or DeDe at the number below or email minardid@stifel.com for further inquiries.

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metroDPA Social Equity Program

For residents/descendants of redlined Denver neighborhoods

Denver Metro

Are you a resident or direct descendant of someone who lived in a Denver neighborhood that was redlined between 1938 and 2000? If so, you may be eligible for $15,000 or $25,000 toward a down payment on a home! Click on the website link to learn more. There's a link to a map where you can search by address to see if you lived, or you are a direct descendant of someone who lived in a historic redlined area. The map has a number of different neighborhoods in Denver that were defined by banks as historically ineligible for loans, or "redlined." Borrower can purchase a home anywhere in the metroDPA footprint of eligible areas (this includes 46 cities and 9 counties along Denver’s Front Range).

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Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America

NACA is the best purchase program in America. NACA provides both comprehensive housing counseling and access to an incredible mortgage. NACA has over $20 Billion committed from some the country's largest lenders with everyone receiving four extraordinary terms: No Down Payment, No Closing Costs, No Fees & Below Market Fixed Rate

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