Affordable Homeownership Programs in Harris County

Check out these Affordable Home Programs offered in Harris County

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Harris County Single-Family New Construction (SFNC) Program

  • The Harris County Single-Family New Construction (SFNC) Program offers the opportunity to purchase affordable new homes in growing developments throughout Harris County.
  • Eligible homebuyers can purchase a new home at below market prices with financial assistance from the program.
  • The homes in this program are well-built, energy efficient, and feature the latest interior designs.
  • They are located in desirable areas, including Katy, Tomball, Humble, Aldine, Lake Houston, and Pasadena.
  • To be eligible, your household income must be at or below 80% of the area median income and you must be a US Citizen or hold an eligible immigrant status.
  • You must also attend a HUD-certified homebuyer course and live in and maintain the home for an affordability period of up to 10 years.
  • If applicable, you should not have any existing mortgages you're unable to pay off and you must be current on child support payments.
  • To apply or get more information, you can contact the Single-Family New Construction Program at or call 832.927.8301. You can also visit for a full list of requirements and additional information.

Harris County Community Land Trust (HCCLT)

  • The Harris County Community Land Trust (HCCLT) helps individuals and families who are priced out of quality homeownership opportunities due to rising home prices.
  • Community Land Trust partners with home buyers who have median incomes or below 80% of the Area Median Income to purchase affordable homes in unincorporated Harris County.
  • Community Land Trust provides subsidies to help bridge the affordability gap between home prices and buyers' income levels.
  • Participants must meet income qualifications and be able to qualify for a mortgage.
  • Community Land Trust provides a subsidy at closing to ensure long-term affordability.
  • The land is owned by Community Land Trust, while the home and other structures are owned by the family through a 99-year ground lease.
  • The home is inheritable, and if a family decides to sell, they must sell at a restricted price to maintain affordability, providing the same opportunity to another household in need.
  • Community Land Trust aims to offer a wide range of decent, safe, and affordable homeownership opportunities for individuals with limited incomes.
  • Eligibility criteria include household income at or below 80% of the area median income, US citizenship or eligible immigrant status, and creditworthiness.
  • To learn more about eligibility and get additional information, visit the HCCLT website at or call 832-927-4827.