What is the Section 184A Native Hawaiian Housing Loan Guarantee Program?
The Hawaiian Homelands Homeownership Act of 2000 adds a new Section 184A to the Housing and Community Development Act of 1992 which authorized the Native Hawaiian Housing Loan Guarantee Program. The regulations for Section 184A was published as an Interim Rule on June 13, 2002, and are found at 24 CFR part 1007. The program is designed to offer home ownership, property rehabilitation, and new construction opportunities for eligible Native Hawaiian individuals and families wanting to own a home on Hawaiian home lands.
The purpose of the Section 184A loan is to provide access to sources of private financing on Hawaiian home lands. Section 184A permits HUD to guarantee 100% of the unpaid principal and interest due on an eligible loan. The use of the Section 184A Loan Guarantee Program is limited to owner-occupant single family dwellings located on Hawaiian home lands.
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For more information on the Section 184A Native Hawaiian Housing Loan Guarantee Program, please contact a Native Hawaiian Program Specialist, in the HUD Honolulu Field Office by clicking the following links:
Claudine Allen or by phone at (808) 457-4674
Diana Houston or by phone at (808) 457-4682
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
1003 Bishop Street, Suite 2100
Honolulu, HI 96813
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