"HOME Investment Partnerships Program"
by U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)

What is Home Investment Partnerships Program ?

The Home Investment Partnership Program is a federal program in the United States that aims to increase the availability of affordable housing for low-income individuals and families.

How HOME Program Works ?

The Home Investment Partnerships Program works by providing grants to participating jurisdictions, such as states and local governments, to support affordable housing initiatives. 

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) administers the HOME program and oversees its implementation at the federal level. HUD provides guidance, monitors compliance, and evaluates the outcomes of program.

HOME Investment Partnership Program Eligible Activities

HOME Program provides funding for the development, rehabilitation, acquisition of affordable housing units, tenant-based rental assistance & homeownership assistance.

Who is Eligible for HOME Program ?

Eligible recipients of HOME funds include state and local governments as well as nonprofit organizations, for-profit entities, and community housing development organizations (CHDOs).

Home Investment Partnership Program Funding Limits

The funding limits for the Home Program can vary depending on the allocation received by participating jurisdictions and the specific activities or projects being funded. 

HUD HOME Program Rules

HOME program establishes rules and regulations governing the use of funds, including income requirements, rent limits, affordability periods, and compliance with fair housing.

How to Apply for Home Investment Partnerships Program ?

To apply for HOME funds, individuals and organizations should contact the Local Administering Agency.