Program helps Tucsonans become homeowners

“The dream of owning a home seemed like such a reach,” said Denise Soltero, a Tucson Electric Power employee who discovered the Pathway to Purchase program online. She was able to buy this home near Pima Street and Swan Road. Photos by Ron Medvescek / Arizona Daily Star


For the first time in her adult life, Denise Soltero feels at home.

After years of renting, the single mother bought a house through the Pathway to Purchase program.

“I was able to purchase a home that me and my daughter were able to gain security and comfort in, knowing we weren’t going anywhere else for a while,” Soltero said. “Being a single parent … the dream of owning a home seemed like such a reach.”

Administered by the city of Tucson and Pima County’s Tucson Industrial Development Authority, the program provides downpayment assistance of up to $20,000 to qualifying residents to buy homes in certain parts of town.


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