The City works with a variety of community partners to provide homeownership opportunities and make homeownership possible for low-to-moderate income residents in the city.
Affordable housing opportunities
|Name||Neighborhood||Price Range||Max AMI*||Status|
|Joseph Mathis Way & Adam Walker Drive||Nicholtown||$135,000 - $175,000||120%||Coming Soon|
|Chaney Street||Nicholtown||$199,000||N/A||Available Now|
|Scattered Site||Nicholtown||$100,000 - $150,000||80%||Available Now|
|Washington West||Southernside||$159,600 - $199,500||120%||Coming Soon|
|Heritage Community||Nicholtown||$200,000 (0% interest mortgage)||60%||Coming Soon|
|Scattered Site||City-wide||$200,000 (0% interest mortgage)||60%||Available Now|
Steps to affordable homeownership
2. Download the First Time Homebuyers Program Application.
3. Complete the application and return it with any supporting documentation to: Community Development Division, P.O. Box 2207, Greenville, SC 29602.
4. The Community Development Division will provide you with an Income Certification Letter if your application is approved.
5. If you receive an Income Certification Letter, contact the Greenville County Human Relations Commission or the Urban League of the Upstate to register for a Homebuyer Education class (you will be required to provide a copy of your class certificate to the City upon completion).
6. Contact the builder to discuss pricing, lots and floorplans available.
7. Purchase your home.