Image of a pair of keys with green, house-shaped keychain. First time home buyer mortgage program for Kansas and Oklahoma.

First Time Home Buyer Program 2022

First time home buyers in Kansas and Oklahoma can receive up to $7,500 through a mortgage loan closing cost grant. Income limits apply and subsidies are limited. See if you qualify below.
First-time home buyer is defined as ALL borrowers, co-borrowers and co-owners of the transaction, who do not own and are not investors in another residence, and who wish to purchase a home that will be their primary residence.

In addition, the homebuyer(s) must meet any one of the following criteria:
• Have had no ownership in a residence during the prior three-year period ending on the date of purchase of the property;
• Have only owned a residence not permanently affixed to a permanent foundation in accordance with applicable Regulations;
• Has only owned a property that was not in compliance with State, local or model building codes and which cannot be brought into compliance for less than the cost of constructing a permanent structure; or
• Is a household displaced as a result of a Federally Declared Disaster (as designated by FEMA).*
Household includes ALL individuals who currently, or will, occupy the house or residence. Including:
• Non-borrowing adults and children
• Children and adults that will occupy the residence at any time during the year
The first-time home buyer program provides assistance to households earning at or below 80% of the area median income in Kansas and Oklahoma. Income of all household members age 18+ must be included.

County Max Income Limits Household 1-4 Max Income Limits Household 5-8
Butler $60,650 $80,050
Cowley $52,100 $68,750
Chautauqua $52,100 $68,750
Harvey $60,650 $80,050
Marion $53,600 $70,750
McPherson $58,800 $77,600
Reno $52,100 $68,750
Sedgwick $60,650 $80,050
Sumner $58,500
$77,200
* Limits subject to change without notice. Contact Union State Bank loan officer for additional counties or income limits for households of 9+.
The first-time home buyer program provides assistance to households earning at or below 80% of the area median income in Kansas and Oklahoma. Income of all household members age 18+ must be included.

County
Max Income Limits Household Size 1-4 Max Income Limits Household Size 5-8
Canadian $59,500 $78,550
Kay $47,450 $62,650
Kingfisher $60,400 $79,750
Logan $59,500 $78,550
Nowata $47,450 $62,650
Oklahoma $59,500 $78,550
Osage $57,600 $76,050
Rogers $57,600 $76,050
Tulsa $57,600 $76,050
Washington $53,350 $70,400
* Limits subject to change without notice. Contact Union State Bank loan officer for additional counties or income limits for households of 9+.
Households must agree to use the subsidies to pay for down payment, closing cost, homebuyer education, or allowable repairs in connection with the household's purchase of a home to be used as the household's primary residence.

Allowable repairs: A subsidy may be used to pay for rehabilitation including, but not limited to accessibility, roof, electrical, plumbing, sewer, mechanical, foundation or other structural, windows, doors, floor coverings, wall repair, paint, or hazardous material remediation.

Ineligible Rehabilitation/Repair Costs: A subsidy cannot be used to pay for rehabilitation including, but not limited to construction/repairs of a detached garage or outbuilding, household repair labor (sweat equity), luxury items (i.e., landscaping, hot tubs, swimming pools).

Homebuyer Education Requirement. Recipients must complete a homebuyer education program provided by, or based on one provided by, an organization experienced in homebuyer education.

Retention Period. Households must agree to a five-year retention period. A household that receives a subsidy for the purchase of an existing, newly-constructed home, or for repairs shall be subject to a deed restriction or other legally enforceable retention agreement or
mechanism ensuring retention for five years (60 months) from the closing date for the purchase of the property as evidenced by the closing document.

Additional terms and conditions apply. See branch for more information.






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