The Rhode Island 10KDPA Homebuyer Program was an initiative designed to assist homebuyers in Rhode Island by providing financial support towards down payment and closing costs. The program aimed to make homeownership more accessible and affordable for individuals and families, particularly those with moderate incomes.

Through the 10KDPA Homebuyer Program, eligible participants could receive up to $10,000 in down payment assistance. This assistance could be used towards the upfront costs associated with purchasing a home, helping to reduce the financial burden on homebuyers. By providing this financial support, the program aimed to bridge the gap between aspiring homebuyers and homeownership.

The program had specific eligibility criteria, which typically included income limits and requirements to be a first-time homebuyer or have not owned a home in a certain period. These criteria were established to target individuals and families who would benefit the most from the program’s assistance.

The Rhode Island 10KDPA Homebuyer Program contributed to the overall goal of increasing homeownership rates, fostering housing stability, and supporting the growth and development of local communities.