First time home buyer

How to get a first-time homebuyer grant

How to get a first-time homebuyer grant

Probably the biggest concern for prospective first-time homebuyers is the worry that they may not have enough saved up for a down payment or the expenses associated with taking out a home loan. But even if you’re a renter with a few dings on your credit score or a paycheck that’s not yet brag-worthy, consider this: there is help if you know where to look.

Dozens of federal and state government programs can help first-time homebuyers overcome many of the common hurdles to homeownership: 

  • Down payment and closing cost assistance 
  • Low fixed interest rates with no point and low point options
  • Home improvement costs baked into amount loaned
  • And more

The trick is that first-time homebuyer grants and programs are a mixed bag.

Continue reading How to get a first-time homebuyer grant at Movement Mortgage Blog.

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