Livermore Mortgage Assistance Program
The City of Livermore ’s Mortgage Assistance Program is administered through the Housing and Human Services Division, which works to maintain and expand housing opportunities for low and moderate-income households, by providing a second mortgage loan for first time home buyers who want to live in the City of Livermore .
As with most home buying assistance programs, Livermore ’s Mortgage Assistance Program comes with Income Guidelines:
Household Size – 1 Person
Low-Income Limit: $46,350
Moderate-Income Limit: $75,000
Household Size – 2 People
Low-Income Limit: $53,000
Moderate-Income Limit: $85,700
Household Size – 3 People
Low-Income Limit: $59,600
Moderate-Income Limit: $96,450
Household Size – 4 People
Low-Income Limit: $66,250
Moderate-Income Limit: $107,150
Household Size – 5 People
Low-Income Limit: $71,550
Moderate-Income Limit: $115,700
Down Payment Assistance available for Low-Income families: up to $40,000 in the form of a deferred loan.
Down Payment Assistance available for Moderate-Income families: up to $30,000 in the form of an amortized loan.
For brochures, detailed guidelines and an application, visit the Livermore Mortgage Assistance Program page on the City of Livermore ’s website.
To get the answers to any questions you may have that are not answered on the website, please contact the City’s Housing Division at 925-960-4580 or email them at: firstname.lastname@example.org