Inside USDA Loans – Buy Your Home with 0% Down

Blog posted On December 29, 2022

Buying a home with no upfront payment sounds nice, but many hopeful owners don’t think they qualify for a 0% down loan. Perhaps the biggest misconception about 0% down USDA Loans is that they are only for farms and rural areas. Surprisingly, over 95% of U.S. landmass is eligible for USDA financing. Many USDA buyers live in the suburbs. Here are more facts about USDA Loans that might pleasantly surprise you. 


How a USDA Loan Can Help You Buy a Home with 0% Down

Blog posted On September 08, 2022

High home prices and rising mortgage rates are putting hopeful home buyers in a difficult position. Buy now and try to save money in other ways? Or keep renting to avoid the upfront costs of buying? It seems like an impossible decision, but there are other options. Buying a home doesn’t have to mean spending thousands of dollars in upfront costs alone. There are countless home loan programs that offer closing cost assistance, below-market interest rates, and 100% financing.  


Government-Backed Mortgages Explained

Blog posted On November 18, 2021

The extensive list of different home loans can be overwhelming, especially for first-time buyers. FHA, USDA, VA – the acronyms can get confusing.  But they’re worth understanding because they could help you save thousands of dollars on your mortgage.


9 Loan Programs for First-Time Home Buyers

Blog posted On October 28, 2021

Saving for the down payment is one of the biggest hurdles for first-time home buyers. But with the help of low down payment loan programs and down payment assistance, you can be home sweet home in no time.


Breaking Down the Most Common Myths About USDA Loans

Blog posted On April 08, 2021

Initially created to encourage rural development, the USDA Loan has helped nearly 1.5 million home buyers become homeowners. Backed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), the USDA Loan offers zero down payment, reduced mortgage insurance costs, and low mortgage rates. It’s a great deal that saves buyers thousands of dollars in upfront costs, but over the years it has become increasingly less popular.