How to buy a house in the mountain community in the San Bernardino County in Southern California. Want the ability to buy a house with no money for the down payment? Explore the USDA home loan purchase program.
Click on the Image Below to watch a video about the USDA home loan program that is available in Angelus Oaks, Big Bear City, Big Bear Lake, Blue Jay, Cedar Glen, Cedarpines Park, Crestline, Fawnskin, Forest Falls, Green Valley Lake, Lake Arrowhead, Lyle Creek, Rim Forest, Running Springs, Sky Forest, Sugarloaf, Twin Peaks and Wrightwood.
Limited on funds to buy a house, then the USDA home loan program may be the program for you. The property must be in an approved lending areas, watch the video to learn more about those approved lending areas.
The benefits to the USDA purchase program is there is no money required for the down payment, can finance the closing cost if the appraised value comes in higher than the agreed upon purchase price.
USDA program offers great rates to buy a house with limited funds to buy a house, if you are looking to buy an owner occupied property in California within San Bernardino County, what the enclosed video to learn about a great purchase program where you can own a home with very little money.
Connect with me at 909-503-5600 to learn more about the USDA home loan program and see if this program is for you and if you qualify for the program. I look forward in hearing from you.
Looking to buy a house in California or Arizona and limited on money for the down payment. Here are three purchase loan programs that you can explore.
In this Podcast, we will review the VA home loan, USDA Home loan, and Down Payment Assistance loan programs. I welcome the opportunity to discuss with you these three loan programs to be able to buy a house in Arizona or California.
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What is the USDA purchase home loan program in California and Arizona and who does them? Here is a video to look up the approved lending areas https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbzzRB43vXg This is still a no money down purchase home loan programs in California and Arizona known as the USDA home loan program. Explore your options on buying a house in California or Arizona using the USDA home loan.
Perhaps you feel more at home surrounded by pastures than pavement. If so, buying a home might be well within reach, thanks to the U.S. Department of Agriculture mortgage program. In fact, the USDA might have one of the government’s least-known mortgage assistance programs.
A USDA home loan is a zero down payment mortgage for eligible rural and suburban homebuyers. USDA loans are issued through the USDA loan program, also known as the USDA Rural Development Guaranteed Housing Loan Program, by the United States Department of Agriculture.
There are three USDA home loan programs:
Loan guarantees: The USDA guarantees a mortgage issued by a participating local lender — similar to an FHA loan and VA-backed loans — allowing you to get low mortgage interest rates, even without a down payment. If you put little or no money down, you will have to pay a mortgage insurance premium, though.
Direct loans: Issued by the USDA, these mortgages are for low- and very low-income applicants. Income thresholds vary by region. With subsidies, interest rates can be as low as 1%.
Home improvement loans and grants: These loans or outright financial awards permit homeowners to repair or upgrade their homes.
Qualifying for a USDA-backed mortgage guarantee
Income limits to qualify for a home loan guarantee vary by location and depend on household size. To find the loan guarantee income limit for the county where you live, consult this USDA map and table.
USDA guaranteed home loans can fund only owner-occupied primary residences. Other eligibility requirements include:
To apply for a USDA home loan in Adelanto, California please call Nathan Rufty at (909) 503-5600