NJCDC Housing Program
Northwest Jacksonville CDC builds and sells homes to working families. But make no mistake: NJCDC is no mere homebuilder. By transforming vacant overgrown lots into high-quality housing, NJCDC turns a drain on the city’s coffers into a taxpaying asset. By helping people who may have never owned a significant asset in their lives to become homeowners, NJCDC turns consumers into investors—people who have a financial stake in the rebirth of their community feel a part of their community.
New Construction Sales: Payne Avenue Walk
Construction is actively underway on Payne Avenue Walk, located a short distance from Northpoint I. These three and four-bedroom homes starting in the $150,000s are available to households earning at 80 percent of the Area Median Income. Only $500.00 down and a preapproval letter from a Headstart to Homeownership Lender are the first steps in becoming a homeowner. Start today by contacting one of the participating lenders to qualify for the first mortgage!
Affordable Rentals: The Villages of North Point
NJCDC acquires and rehabilitates single-family homes, duplexes, and quadruplexes and manages them under The Villages of North Point portfolio. All properties require a $29.00 application fee and $10.00 application per additional adult. $500.00 Deposit on all rentals.
Our rental application form, complete with all the instructions, is available for your download HERE or click the picture of the rental application to the right.
Please fill it out and bring it with all the requirements stated, to our Office at 3416 Moncrief Road, Suite 200, Jacksonville Florida 32209.
You can also give us a call if you have any questions @ 904-598-9196.
Home Owner Rehabilitation and Limited Repair Program
NJCDC partners with the City of Jacksonville to administer their Limited Repair Program. Applicatnts must own and occupy their home, mortgage and property taxes must be current, total household income must not exceed 80 percent of the area median income for Duval County as established by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
The home must be in need of repairs that, if left unattended, could pose a threat to the family's health and safety or the home has to have been cited by the Municipal Code and Compliance Division
For more information regarding this program, contact Carolyn Herring at (904) 255-8229 or CHerring@coj.net.