Affordable Housing in Broomfield

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WELCOME to the September issue of the Housing page.

Broomfield is growing its sustainable, innovative housing strategies to serve residents of all incomes in different stages of their lives. Over the past few years, Broomfield has been focusing efforts to increase attainable rental and homeownership opportunities for its residents. As Broomfield continues to maintain a homeownership rate of 65%, increased housing prices reduce the likeliness of a middle-income household purchasing a home. Dozens of non-profit organizations offer down-payment assistance, financial planning, and management, equity sharing through deed restrictions, and more to increase homeownership opportunities. Man times, prospective homebuyers are interested in researching these opportunities, yet are unaware of where to begin.

One method to gain updated information is to attend an in-person or online Homeownership workshop offered by a HUD Certified Housing Counseling agency. The workshop provides guidance for credit report evaluation, credit repair, information about different mortgage loan products, purchase contracts, documentation requirements, roles and responsibilities, disclosures, etc. Contact Colorado Housing and Finance Authority to view a calendar listing upcoming educational workshops. The workshops are offered at very low fees or in many cases, free. In addition, visit Boulder County Housing webpage to view financial and educational workshops, services, and upcoming rental and homeownership opportunities.


KUDOS AND THANKS!

Shout out to the Broomfield Housing Advisory Committee which has donated countless volunteer hours, energy, and expertise to enhance housing options for Broomfield residents.


UPCOMING HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES…

Information about upcoming rental and homeownership opportunities can be found on the Broomfield Voice main webpage. Rental and homeownership opportunities will be coming soon to the Broomfield Housing Authority webpage.




WELCOME to the September issue of the Housing page.

Broomfield is growing its sustainable, innovative housing strategies to serve residents of all incomes in different stages of their lives. Over the past few years, Broomfield has been focusing efforts to increase attainable rental and homeownership opportunities for its residents. As Broomfield continues to maintain a homeownership rate of 65%, increased housing prices reduce the likeliness of a middle-income household purchasing a home. Dozens of non-profit organizations offer down-payment assistance, financial planning, and management, equity sharing through deed restrictions, and more to increase homeownership opportunities. Man times, prospective homebuyers are interested in researching these opportunities, yet are unaware of where to begin.

One method to gain updated information is to attend an in-person or online Homeownership workshop offered by a HUD Certified Housing Counseling agency. The workshop provides guidance for credit report evaluation, credit repair, information about different mortgage loan products, purchase contracts, documentation requirements, roles and responsibilities, disclosures, etc. Contact Colorado Housing and Finance Authority to view a calendar listing upcoming educational workshops. The workshops are offered at very low fees or in many cases, free. In addition, visit Boulder County Housing webpage to view financial and educational workshops, services, and upcoming rental and homeownership opportunities.


KUDOS AND THANKS!

Shout out to the Broomfield Housing Advisory Committee which has donated countless volunteer hours, energy, and expertise to enhance housing options for Broomfield residents.


UPCOMING HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES…

Information about upcoming rental and homeownership opportunities can be found on the Broomfield Voice main webpage. Rental and homeownership opportunities will be coming soon to the Broomfield Housing Authority webpage.




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    How can I qualify.

    Dfrancis asked 29 days ago

    Thank you for reaching out. Your question may refer to a number of programs. For assistance in applying to a specific program, please contact housing-authority@Broomfield.org. Additionally, program details, as well as several housing resources, may be found at https://www.broomfield.org/270/Housing-Authority. Hope this helps.

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    Is there a list anywhere or anyone i can call for low income housing options or a list of low income apartments inside of Broomfield?

    BRI asked 3 months ago

    Hello, and thank you for your question! The City and County of Broomfield does not have a specific list of this kind, however there is a list of apartments on the Broomfield Housing Authority website Broomfield Apartments, just not sorted by low-income apartments.

    Also, if it helps, you can learn more about the services provided and contact information for the Case Manager on the Rental Assistance page of Broomfield.org. Or, browse the Broomfield Online Resource Guide website for support services.  

    Hopefully this information is useful and helpful!

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