Posts tagged Home Buyers
What is a HUD home?

HUD Homes are one- to four-unit residential properties acquired by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development through foreclosures on FHA insured mortgages. Once HUD is in full ownership of the home, they put it up for sale in order to cover the loss on the foreclosure. HUD homes are available for purchase to anyone with the required cash or who qualifies for a home loan, including investors. Eligible one- to four-unit properties, as defined by HUD, are either a single-family, duplex, triplex, or fourplex.

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What is the NHF Grant?

The grant, dispersed through NHF-approved lenders, is meant to assist homebuyers with down payments and/or closing costs that the home loan agreement may accrue. The NHF DPA Grant allows homeowners to build equity faster, and carry less of a financial burden by avoiding secondary mortgage options that are usually offered to cover the same costs, and involve pesky property liens.

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