How Homebuyer Assistance Works
Homebuyer assistance programs, for the purposes of this discussion are defined as money available for the purchase of a home by a State, County, or City or FDIC insured depository bank through the Community Reinvestment Act.
are available help low to moderate income homebuyers by lending, or granting money that can be used for down payment and closing costs.
In this episode, Josh and Scott dig deep into the advantages, disadvantages, and alternatives if a homebuyer assistance program is not the best option for you.
Links and Resources
Below you will find links to some of our most popular articles on this topic including assistance alternatives and mortgage credit certificates.
- Buyer Assistance, Is it Right For Me?
- Homebuyer Assistance Alternatives
- MCC – First Time Homebuyer Tax Credit
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