USDA Loans

If you feel more at peace in an area surrounded by pastures, green sceneries, or a rural area then buying a home should not be too difficult. The US Department of Agriculture offers loans for those who meet certain income requirements which are managed through Rural Housing Service (RHS). This USDA loan helps low-income Americans get adequate homes and start their own life where they feel comfortable.

The USDA Rural Development loan program has been created to help improve quality of life in rural communities by making loans available with low interest rates at no down payment required.

How Does a USDA Loan Work?

————  USDA has three home mortgage programs:

Loan guarantees. The USDA guarantees a mortgage that is provided by a local lender, which meets the same criteria as in FHA and VA backed financing. This offers the mortgage borrower low interest rates and no down payment.

Direct loans. A type of mortgage preserved for low and very-low-income applicants where income thresholds are dependent on the region. The interest rates for this option can be as low as 1%.

Home improvement loans and grants. A form of financing where homeowners get a package to repair or upgrade their homes.

Borrower Requirements for a USDA Rural Homw Loan

Benefits of a USDA Rural Home Loan

Those rural residents or families can qualify if they:

The USDA will give direct loans for 2,000 square feet or less.

Everyone deserves a home to call their own, no matter where they live or how good of a credit score. That’s why our team is committed to delivering an easy and smooth mortgage process so that your dream can come true!

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