What is the maximum amount of assistance an individual could receive?

For HOME and CalHome General Program funded-loans, the maximum amount the program will loan is $150,000 or 30% of the housing unit’s purchase price, whichever is less. 

For the CalHome Disaster loans, the maximum amount the program will loan is $100,000.

However, if a household has an income of 80% of Napa County’s area median income and has been impacted by a qualifying disaster, they could be eligible to receive both loans for a maximum combined loan of $250,000.

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1. Who qualifies as a first-time home buyer?
2. What are the income limits for the HOME/CalHome program?
3. What are the income limits for the CalHome Disaster Assistance program?
4. What is the maximum amount of assistance an individual could receive?
5. Does the loan recipient have to live in the home purchased with these funds?
6. What is considered a 2017 or 2018 qualifying federal disaster to be eligible for the CalHome Disaster Assistance Funds?
7. What are the terms on these loans?
8. What types of homes or housing units may be purchased using these loans?
9. How can I get information on these programs?