Since the program began in 2012, more than 600 veterans have entered the Homes on the Homefront (HOTH) program. The HOTH program provides veterans with the opportunity to move into an Operation Homefront (OH) home and work directly with OH caseworkers and other financial counselors to learn and plan for home ownership. Veterans accepted into the HOTH program include honorably discharged or retired veterans and service members currently serving in the National Guard or Reserves. After successful completion of the program the veteran receives the deed to the home, mortgage-free.
Operation Homefront covers the following costs:
- Case management
- Financial counseling
- Major home repairs
Recipient covers the following costs:
- Property taxes
- Homeowner association fees (if applicable)
- Home warranty
- Contribution toward closing costs ($100 per month)
- Renter's insurance
- Routine home maintenance and minor repairs
Operation Homefront one-on-one homeowner counseling services:
- Debt reduction and emergency savings
- Credit score improvement
- Homeownership guidance
- Community integration
Duration of homeowner counseling services:
- Typically one to two years
Value provided to military families since 2012:
- $75 million in associated Home Equity
Operation Homefront has placed more than 600 families, including 114 female veterans and 1,089 children, into homes across the U.S. through the Homes on the Homefront program.
Frequently Asked Questions:
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In order to apply for a home, you will need to create an account or have an existing account with Operation Homefront. Once you click the "View Homes & Apply" button below you will be taken to My Operation Homefront to create an account or login. From there you will be able to view current homes and apply.