Contract for Deed Conversion Program Assistance Grants
Assistance Grants Details
Contract for Deed Conversion (CFDC) Program Assistance Grants are two types of grants that support eligible nonprofits and units of local government in assisting eligible colonia households to convert their contracts for deeds to warranty deeds. If an administrator assists a household with converting their CFDC without any TDHCA HOME funds, the administrator will receive a $3,500 Assistance Grant (Option 1) upon closing. If an administrator assists a household with converting their CFDC and with making additional housing improvements with TDHCA HOME funds, the administrator will receive a $6,500 Assistance Grant (Option 2) upon closing and commencement of construction. All eligible households must reside in a colonia within 150 miles of the Texas-Mexico border and earn 60% or less of the applicable Area Median Family Income (AMFI).
Download the current Area Median Family Income Limits (PDF).
Administrators are expected to organize and supervise all conversion and construction activities, such as: identifying eligible households for a CFDC and, if desired, for the HOME Program; application intake and income qualification in accordance with applicable program guidelines; consultation and correspondence with attorneys, landowners, and other persons with interest in properties to be converted; document preparation for title clearing, closing and recordation; construction management, etc.
- 2012-2013 Contract for Deed Conversion Program Assistance Grants NOFA (PDF)
- Application to Access the Reservation System (DOC form)
- For additional information on how to access CFDC Program Assistance Grants, please email the Housing Trust Fund Division at email@example.com or call (512) 936-7800.