government home loan programs tampa florida: 100% Financing Through USDA/Rural Housing Development Loans - 01/25/11 07:11 AM
100% Financing through USDA/Rural Housing Development Loans 
640+ Credit Scores
No Monthly Mortgage Insurance Required
100% Financing + 3.5% Guarantee Fee can be Financed In
6% Seller Contributions Allowed
GUS (Guaranteed Underwriting System) Approval Required
Guaranteed Rural Housing Loan Program
The Rural Housing Service (RHS) Program provides very low and low to moderate income rural residents with better access to affordable home financing with little or NO DOWN PAYMENT or OUT-OF-POCKET cost.
Borrowers may obtain a loan to purchase a new or existing home that is located in a designated rural area. A rural community generally has a population of 10,000 or … (0 comments)

government home loan programs tampa florida: Purchase and Rehab your Home in Tampa Florida with the FHA 203(K) Loan - 01/20/11 07:18 AM
PURCHASE AND REHAB YOUR HOME IN TAMPA FLORIDA WITH THE FHA 203(K) LOAN - Most home buyers are turned off at the sight or even thought of buying a fixer-upper; a foreclosure or an older home today. However, educated and informed home buyers are utilizing the FHA 203(k) loan to buy their new home and fix it up with no additional out-of-pocket expense.
The FHA 203(k) loan is a tool that savvy home buyers, successful contractors, Realtors and mortgage originators have been using since 1978. An FHA 203(k) loan is very similar to the traditional FHA loan. The only real difference is … (0 comments)

I give consultations on Government Home Loan Programs. I advise on how to use these loans to Buy and Sell more homes. Many of todays home buyers are first time home buyers; will have limited funds to put down and will have no money for needed repairs or desired up-grades. Many will be younger and will have marginal incomes. The USDA Loan and the FHA Loan are designed to address these issues. The USDA loan offer 100% Financing while the FHA 203k loan program is attracting a lot of attention from the more sophisticated buyers of aging and bank owned properties.



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