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If you want to buy a house in the District, you have to put up the cash, and if you need a loan, it is important to get a loan from an institution that the D.C. Council approved last month.

D.C. officials approved a mortgage program for developers, the first major step in the District government’s push to revitalize the city-dwelling, single-family housing market which has been blighted for decades.

Developers would be given preference in obtaining a mortgage if their projects include homes that would likely be the first of their kind in the city.

The City Council last month gave an initial thumbs-up to the project, and the council is expected to approve the mortgage program. Developers interested to start building in the program must already have a contract for a bank loan.

At least five residential developers have expressed interest in obtaining mortgages after a meeting with Council members at City Hall over the past two weeks.

According to the D.C. Department of Finance, there are currently more than 2,619 single-family construction projects on the books in the city. One-third of D.C. housing units are built on single family land.

Under the new program, developers would be given access to the following:

The right to obtain a loan from the D.C. Department of Finance if their projects include the following:

A building in a community center or community center project area with three or more homes.

A building in an underserved neighborhood. That would include commercial or office projects as well as community benefits.

A public park.

A project or improvements in which there are no residential units. That would include buildings of the type in the first category.

A building in a neighborhood that is at least four units below the median income. That would include housing projects that are three or more units below