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Wisconsin residents: If you're looking to take the plunge into home-ownership and have a property in a rural area in mind, there may be a USDA Rural Development loan available to make this dream come true.
First time home buyers have quite a few options when it comes to financing that first house. From no-down payment loans to fixer-upper projects, the needs of a first time buyer vary widely across the board. Depending on your needs and wants, you might have several options from which you can choose. Take a look at options for first time home buyer loans and see what might work best for you.
Can the USDA save the American housing market? Besides stamping the beef in America, the USDA has another project that affects many people (even vegetarians). There's an agency within the USDA called "The Office of Rural Development." Part of its mission is to improve the economy and quality of life in rural America.
Where's home for you? Is it living in a quiet suburb with friendly neighbors, just a car ride away from your favorite Italian restaurant or movie theater? Or have you always longed to live in a more secluded and natural setting, miles away from your nearest neighbor?
Life has its challenges. And if you're a young adult just getting started out on your own, you already know that making smart financial decisions about your future can be one of the biggest challenges of all.
Down payment assistance can sometimes make the difference between renting for the next two years while you try to save up a down payment, and actually buying a home. However, finding help for a down payment can sometimes be a difficult task for many home buyers.
Are you a interested in buying a home in rural Indiana, and a first time home buyer? It’s difficult time to think about saving a down payment to purchase your first home, especially with the housing market scaled down. But it’s not a impossible or a bad idea to think about a USDA Rural Development option, which allows you to skip the down payment for your new home (you only need cash to close for things like funding an escrow account).