OCEANSIDE, Calif. (KGTV) – The Oceanside City Council simply offered approval that is preliminary a plan that will make use of city development charges in an effort to offer homebuyers assistance with their down re payments.
City Councilman Christopher Rodriguez delivered the idea, that he calls the low-cost Market Purchase Program (AMPP).
“It is a win-win,” claims Rodriguez. “and it is the quickest method, for me, to making home ownership.”
Beneath the plan, individuals could borrow as much as 20% of the house’s selling price through the city. But, it could simply be applied to single-family domiciles as much as $600,000 or multi-family devices (townhomes and condos) as much as $450,000.
The amount of money arises from the city’s “In-Lieu” fund. That cash is a charge designers spend towards the city once they do not include the mandatory housing that is affordable their project. Continue reading “Oceans >City might use development charges for loans”