Tenants to Homeowners (TTH) will soon have homes in Baldwin City available for purchase by qualifying buyers!
If you’re unfamiliar with our community housing trust and home purchase program, read more here.
The construction and purchase of these homes by TTH is being funded by the Kansas Housing Resource Corporation’s Moderate Income Housing Program. This means the income qualifications are slightly different than our other homes. Please read the specific requirements on this page if you are interested in purchasing one of our Baldwin City homes.
We are building three new homes on the 900 Block of 12th Street & around the corner on Jersey. Two of these homes will be 3 bedroom split-entry ranches, the home on Jersey will be a 3 bedroom true slab ranch with a zero-step entry. Two additional homes will be purchased into our community housing trust. All five homes will be sold at approximately 40,000 subsidy to qualifying buyers and held permanently affordable in our community housing trust.
Click the map to see approximate location of new homes on google maps.
Applicants must meet the following requirements
- Have a credit score of 670 or higher
- Meet income guidelines (see table)
- No bankruptcies in the last 2 years
- Good bill pay within the last 2 years
- Must attend a free homebuyer workshop, see schedule here.
- You must be able to qualify for a home loan from one of our lenders. This means you must have stable verifiable income, good credit and a low debt-to-income ratio.
If you are currently struggling to achieve a qualifying credit score, don’t despair! TTH works with prospective homeowners to improve credit by developing a financial plan that will lead to program qualification. Please contact us at 785-842-5494 if you’re concerned about your credit.
Homes must be owner-occupied. We do not subsidize landlords.
Current Income Guidelines
(Maximum Updated June 2022 Next Update June 2023)
The houses we are building in Baldwin City are funded through the Kansas Housing Resources Corporation (KHRC) and are intended to provide affordable housing for those making 60-80% of the Average Median Income.
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*Household size = the number of people who will be living in the home.