Super Saturday

Congratulations on taking a very important step in achieving your dream of homeownership. ANDP is proud to partner with the Urban League of Greater Atlanta. At the recent Super Saturday homebuyer education session, we discussed ANDP's home purchase and down payment programs. This page will provide you with quick links to the information mentioned in the session. 

 

Quick Links & Tips

 

  • Revisit some important information about the homebuying process here
     

  • To see the homes we have available for sale, as well as those under development, please visit our page www.ANDPHomes.org/search.
     

    • If you are ready to make an offer on one of our homes, please have YOUR real estate agent contact the agent indicated on our listing page linked above. 
       

    • Need help finding a real estate agent? Click here
       

  • If you need assistance finding a mortgage lender, visit our approved lender list here
     

  • To learn more about our down payment assistance program, click here
     

    • Note that our Federal Home Loan Bank Atlanta-affiliated DPA program requires your lender to apply on your behalf. Share the link above with your lender. The lender will find everything needed on the right-hand side of the page. 
       

    • Our Federal Home Loan Bank Atlanta-affiliated DPA program has limited availability. Funds are usually replenished in the first quarter of the new year. We will update the DPA page linked above when funds are available.
       

  • ANDP is proud to support our nation's brave military. Active duty and Veteran military personnel may be eligible for our special program. Learn more here.

Maximum Household Income Limit
ANDP only sells homes to low- and moderate-Income households/buyers. The table above represents the maximum allowed household income needed to qualify. Note: The income of all persons 18 years of age and older are included in this calculation - as is every form of income.  

Depending upon our source of funding to acquire and develop the home, the household income limit is capped at either 80% or 120% of Area Median Income.