Expand Financial Education for First-Time Buyers


Expand Financial Education for First-Time Buyers


Help Safeguard the Dream of Homeownership.

Seventy percent of Americans who planned to buy a home in 2022 were unsuccessful.

Buyers are facing a challenging housing market with rising prices, low inventory and competitive bidding.

While The Alliance supports solutions that will increase housing supply and curb rising home prices, there is another key component to improve access to homeownership: expanding support for first-time buyers.

Homeownership is a major component of wealth building and upward mobility, and action must be taken now to improve access to homeownership. This starts with bolstering financial education and advancing housing policy solutions to set up first-time buyers for success. Show your support for first-time home buyers by signing the petition!

Support this Petition.

Homeownership is a critical wealth building tool and the foundation of strong communities. It’s time for Congress to expand support for first-time homebuyers.

This is why I’m joining the American Property Owners Alliance and people across the country in calling on Congress to support three bipartisan solutions that can improve equitable access to homeownership:

  • Expanding pre- and post-purchase consultation for homebuyers
  • Alternative credit modeling to support equitable access to mortgage loans
  • A combination of downpayment assistance and incentives for owners to sell to first-time buyers

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About the American Property Owners Alliance

The American Property Owners Alliance (The Alliance) is a nonpartisan, non-profit organization created to protect and support property owners and pave the way for future property owners. Our mission is to educate property owners about federal issues, laws and policies; to advocate for owners’ rights and interests; and to mobilize, when necessary, to secure those rights and interests.