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The Down Payment Assistance Program (DPAP) is a pilot program to assist qualified residents of Prince Edward Island, who have modest incomes, in purchasing a first home., How much financing is available under this program?, Eligible applicants can apply to receive a conditionally interest free loan...
Guidelines for Finance PEI's Down Payment Assistance Program (DPAP) for Modest Income Households
The new, Potato Financing Program, announced by the Province of PEI will provide assistance to eligible PEI Potato farmers impacted from the recent suspension of both seed and fresh table stock potatoes entering the United States through a joint partnership of Finance PEI and the Department of...
Tourism operators owing interest on 2021 property tax payments may apply for, Tourism Property Tax Relief, , provided the applicant’s property is part of their tourism operation. The existing Tourist Interest Relief Program is now expanded to include outstanding unsubsidized interest on property...
French Version - Annual Report for Finance PEI, Fiscal Year 2020-2021
Down payment assistance is available for modest-income homeowners who qualify for a default-insured mortgage to purchase their first home. Eligible applicants whose annual household income is $95,000 or less may apply to Finance PEI for a conditionally interest-free loan (maximum $15,000) for up to...
Applications to the Energy Efficiency Loan Program must be made before any work commences, financing is not available for projects that are already completed. The Energy Efficiency Loan Program (EELP) will provide financing for Prince Edward Island home-owners who are approved applicants under...
Island residents adding energy efficiency upgrades to their home may be eligible to borrow up to, $10,000, from the provincial government to help finance the cost. The, Energy Efficiency Loan Program, is available to a registered owner of a year-round residential property and where the project has...