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Baltimore City Employee Homeownership Program
First Time Home Buyer
Baltimore City
Employer Based Assistance
Employees of City agencies and quasi-City agencies* with six months of experience are eligible for $5,000 when purchasing their first home in Baltimore City. Houses up to $417,000 in cost are eligible and no income limits apply. Police officers, firefighters and teachers are also eligible for purchasing HUD homes at discounted prices through the Good […]

Employees of City agencies and quasi-City agencies* with six months of experience are eligible for $5,000 when purchasing their first home in Baltimore City. Houses up to $417,000 in cost are eligible and no income limits apply. Police officers, firefighters and teachers are also eligible for purchasing HUD homes at discounted prices through the Good Neighbors program.

You can download an application for the Baltimore City Employee Homeownership Program here. For more information about this program, contact Marva Allette at 410-396-3124 or Marva.Allettte@baltimorecity.gov.

*Quasi-City Agencies currently include the following: Baltimore Area Convention and Visitors Association, Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore Development Corporation, Baltimore Housing, Baltimore Main Streets, The Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts, Baltimore Rising, Downtown Partnership of Baltimore, Emerging Technology Center, Empower Baltimore Management Corporation, Enoch Pratt Free Library, Mayor’s Office of Employment Development, Mayor’s Office of Minority and Women-Owned Business Development, Parking Authority of Baltimore City, Small Business Resource Center, Visit Baltimore, Walters Art Museum, Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore.