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100% Financing Available in Brunswick, Georgia....USDA Rural Development Loans

There is still a 100% financing program available to buyers (first time or other) through USDA Rural Development.  This loan program has no monthly mortgage insurance and has requires no down payment, cash contributions or cash reserves from the borrower. 

If the borrower doesn't have a traditional credit history, non-traditional credit may be used - like landlord and utility payment references.  There is no minimum credit score required on some USDA loans and the loans are 30 year fixed rate loans. 

New homes in The Plantations starting from the $150,000's  and new homes in the Cottages from the $130,000's are located in the USDA approved area of Glynn County. See a lender for more information on USDA loan or visit their website online at http://www.rurdev.usda.gov

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Comment balloon 5 commentsC Tann-Starr • September 02 2008 12:19AM

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Carolyn.. This sounds good... but I wonder what the interest rates would be?

Posted by Valerie Osterhoudt, ABR, Cromwell, CT Real Estate ~ 860.883.8889 (Johnson Real Estate, Inc.) about 10 years ago

There are still many good programs out there.  The problem I am hearing is getting qualified without perfect credit.  Good scores will prevail in any market.

Posted by Melody Botting, You Deserve The Best (Broker Associate PenFed Realty) about 10 years ago

Valerie, I have no idea. Since one's credit rating tends to influence the interest rate, I wouldn't want to speculate on the point spread.

Mel, good scores are definitely key, but it is nice to know people with less than perfect credit still have a chance at turning it around and purchasing a property.

Posted by C Tann-Starr (Tann Starr & Associates, Inc.) about 10 years ago

Hi C,

Great benefits for first time home buyers are still available. Credit scores and contributing elements are taken into consideration. Locally, the interest rates offered aren't out of line. More important, the lender takes precautionary steps to assure the purchase is within the buyers means.

Posted by Harold "Hal" Place (A1 Connection Realty, Inc.) about 10 years ago

Hal, thank you! I appreciate your perspective and for you taking the time out to comment on my re-blog. :-)

Posted by C Tann-Starr (Tann Starr & Associates, Inc.) about 10 years ago

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