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Neighborhood Stabilization Program Single Family Infill Housing Program


The Single Family Infill project consists of the redevelopment and building of fifteen (15) new construction single family homes throughout the City of Miami on City owned lots.  The homes are part of the City’s Federal Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) strategies and will be made available to eligible low- and moderate- income families who qualify as having up to 120% of the area’s median income (AMI) as defined by the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD). Please see chart below defining the maximum income limits based on family size.

# of Persons in Household 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
120% area
Median Income as per HUD
$54,960 $62,880 $70,680 $78,480 $84,840 $91,080 $97,320 $103,680

(Note: Minimum total gross income of $25,000 is required.)

No NSP infill sites are available at this time


The following requirements and/or restrictions apply:

  • Applications must be completed and mailed to the following address: City of Miami, ATTN: NSP Single Family Infill Housing Program, City of Miami, P.O. Box 013581, Miami, FL 33101.
  • All eligible applications will be reviewed by the City of Miami and/or its designee to determine the home buying readiness of the applicant. Each applicant shall be required to be pre-qualified by a participating mortgage lender.
  • Only one application per household will be considered throughout the entire process. Any household that submits more than one application will be disqualified.
  • Applications from households that contain a member who previously defaulted, or is currently in default, on a City contract or loan or has unmet debt obligations with the City, or are in litigation with the City, within the last five (5) years will be disqualified.
  • This application is subject to any Florida residency restrictions. Adherence to these laws may result in the disqualification of affected households.
  • Applicants are subject to the Code of the City of Miami, FL as amended, Sec. 2-612.
  • This application does not create a property interest in any City-owned property. 
  • The new property owner will be subject to all NSP resale and deed restrictions, including but not limited to, a 30-year, deferred payment mortgage loan and affordability period.
  • The awarded property must be owner-occupied at all times and remain the winner’s primary residence.
  • The applicant is subject to all other relevant terms and conditions of the Single Family Infill Housing Program.

The City of Miami reserves the right to:

  • Conduct a complete background investigation of all individuals who will be residing in the property.
  • Extend the application submission deadline if such action will be in the best interest of the City.
  • The City may make changes or amendments to this application after it has been made available to the public. The applicant is responsible for checking the City’s website for updates during the application period.
  • Cancel the Single Family Infill Housing Program, at its sole discretion.
  • Retain all applications submitted. The applications shall become the property of the City of Miami.
  • Withdraw the property upon the City’s determination that reasonable attempts to close (transfer the ownership of the property) have failed.
  • Deny a selection of an applicant with outstanding defaulted loans, debarment actions or any other legal encumbrance, regardless of the merits of the application submitted.
  • Include other addresses beyond the locations listed below.


Housing Resources
Income Limits

City of Miami NSP Areas of Greatest Needs Map

NSP Information
NSP2 Application to HUD