The Housing and Community Development Division of the Department of Growth Management and Development Services supports the City of Tampa's Mission and Vision by administering a variety of housing programs to assist eligible low and moderate-income residents purchase, rent or rehabilitate existing housing units located in the City. The housing programs currently managed by this division include both Federally and State funded programs. The State Housing Initiatives Program (SHIP), Home Investment Partnership Program (HOME), and the Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG), offer loans and/or grants to prospective homebuyers, homeowners or developers for the purchase, rehabilitation or construction of new affordable housing units.
In addition to housing, HCD participates in and supports many social services and economic development projects that continue to have a positive impact on our community.
In partnership with local non-profit organizations, lenders and private developers, the city invests its federal grant funds to redevelop older neighborhoods and Tampa's neediest communities.
Hours of Operation :- 'Monday through Friday '( 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. )
First Time Home Buyer Program Edit
- Becoming a Home Owner
- Home Buyer Down Payment Assistance
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- Income Eligibility Guidelines
- Home Buyer Education
- Credit Counseling
- Lender Forms
- Eligible Property List for DPA
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Hillsborough County Housing Finance Bond Mortgage Program
Rehabilitation of Owner Occupied Residences in the form of a Deferred Payment Loan to enable low income owner-occupant residents to maintain ownership of housing that is decent, and safe.
Maximum Deferred Payment Loan amount shall be $50,000.00.