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A conventional mortgage offers low-interest rates and terms and can be a great choice for homebuyers who have good credit, low debt and a steady income.
FHA loans are one option for a first time homebuyer for several reasons. Take a look to see if it is a viable mortgage loan option for you.
USDA Rural Development mortgage is the only 100 percent financing option available that is not a military program. Get the details here.
VA loans are popular with first-time homebuyers because they offer a no down payment (100% financing) option and do not require mortgage insurance.
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