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At Home in Layton 2016-2017

Article Published 07/01/2016

From July 1, 2016 (Once Layton City has a signed Grant Agreement with HUD) through June 30, 2017, or until funds have all been expended, Layton City will be offering the “At Home in Layton” program. The At Home in Layton program offers Homeownership assistance to qualifying homebuyers. Qualifying buyers must have household income levels below those listed at the bottom of this page; household income limits vary with the number of persons in the household. The assistance will be offered as a grant that can be used for up to 50% of the required down payment, closing costs or principal reduction. The grant will be offered in $5,000 increments. “At Home in Layton” grants are secured by a Promissory Note and Trust Deed. These grants must occupy the second lien position.

The “At Home in Layton”program is being offered through the Layton City Community Development Block Grant Program. The Community Development Block Grant is a program of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Layton City will not pay realtor fees under any circumstances. There are additional regulations for selected applicants. Not every application will be selected to receive grant money. Grant money will be provided to buyer’s title company at the time of closing. If you have questions concerning the “At Home in Layton” program please contact Chad Thomas at Layton City (801) 336-3770 or cthomas@laytoncity.org. Applications are accepted on a first-come first-serve basis until all funds have been granted and only fully completed applications with all necessary documentation are accepted. No partial applications will be accepted. If the application is approved, processing and grant disbursement preparation can take up to four weeks. Grants are given based on HUD regulations and funding. Applications may be submitted by mail, email or in person to:

Layton City Attention:
Chad D. Thomas
437 North Wasatch Drive
Layton City, UT. 84041