How does my employer factor into my partnership with Landed?

This is not an employer program. Your employer does not have visibility into your partnership with Landed.

Landed’s mission is to help essential professionals buy homes and build financial security near the communities they serve. We partner with employers of essential professionals (education, healthcare, and government) to confirm eligibility for our services. 

More specifically, your employer does not have access to details of your partnership, nor do they have any influence over how Landed sets or enforces the rules of the partnership.

Down Payment Program

Note: Due to a temporary unavailability of DPP investment funds, all Landed metro areas are being put on a DPP waitlist effective September 8, 2022. You can read all the details (including FAQs) here if you would like to know more.

Purchasing a home with Landed’s down payment program, comes with a few requirements. One of those pertains to employer commitment post-home purchase:

When using the down payment program, you agree to stay with your current employer for at least two years following your home purchase.

If you choose to voluntarily leave your employer, that would initiate the end of your partnership. There have been cases where homeowners switched from one qualifying employer to another, so it’s best to email us to discuss your options.

For those who are furloughed, or laid off, (essentially leave your position unwillingly) this does not affect your partnership with Landed or force you into an early termination. Click here to learn more about the down payment program.

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