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When it comes to Teacher Housing Programs, no other program brings more benefits to the table than Teacher Next Door.  Teacher Next Door is the largest national housing program for teachers in the United States.  

Teacher Next Door recently announced increased grant amounts up to $6,000.00 and down payment assistance of up to $10,681.00, for a combined total of as much as $16,681.00  in assistance.  This free program for teachers is available in all 50 states and DC.  Through Teacher Next Door, you may purchase any home on the market, not just HUD homes.  There are no fees to apply and a licensed Teacher Next Door Realtor®  Partner will help you find a home, write and negotiate the contract and represent you from start to finish, all at no charge to you.

Another teacher housing program is HUD's Good Neighbor Next Door Program.  This is the HUD program that allows winning bidders to purchase a home for 50% of the appraised value, with only a $100.00 down payment.  If there is a HUD Good Neighbor Next Door home available in your area, Teacher Next Door may help facilitate the purchase.  Although HUD's Good Neighbor Next Door is a wonderful opportunity if you are the lucky wining bidder, homes are extremely limited and there are several additional restrictions.

The Teacher Next Door Program was developed to be much more inclusive and benefit a far greater number of people.  None of the restrictions for HUD's Good Neighbor Next Door apply to the Teacher Next Door program.  For example, through Teacher Next Door you may purchase any home, not just HUD homes.  You may buy in any neighborhood, not just the HUD revitalization areas.  You do not have to live in the same area you teach and there is no three year occupancy requirement.  In addition, you do not have to use any special lottery style or auction bid.

If you would like information the Teacher Next Door National Housing Program, please visit www.teachernextdoor.us.

Teacher Next Door also has housing programs available for non-instructional staff, law enforcement, firefighters, nurses, military and government employees.       
Posted by Teacher Staff on April 25th, 2018 1:37 PM

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