Category Archives: down payment

Kentucky FHA Loan Requirements for 2019

Originally posted on Kentucky FHA Mortgage Loans Guidelines :
Kentucky FHA Loan Requirements The requirements for Kentucky FHA loans are set by HUD. Borrowers must have a steady employment history of the last two years within the same industry or line of work. Recent college graduates can use their transcripts to supplant the 2 year work…


ALL FUNDS ALLOCATED FOR THE $10,000 DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCE AT THIS TIME. $10,000 Down Payment Grant from Kentucky Housing for 2018 First Time Home Buyers   There still is the $6000 Down Payment Assistance Available year-round       4 Things Every Borrower Needs to Get Approved for a Mortgage or Home Loan In Kentucky […]
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First Time Home Buyer Grants Kentucky

Down payment Assistance Grants for Kentucky First Time Home buyers 2019

First Time Home Buyer Assistance Kentucky Grants

The Ins and Outs of IDA       Kentucky Individual Development Accounts (IDAs) are a great way to help borrowers realize their dream of home ownership in Kentucky .   A IDA is a special savings account that matches deposits of low to moderate income individuals and is designed to encourage good savings habits. […]
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Down Payment Assistance Program for Jefferson County Kentucky Louisville

Down Payment and Closing Costs Assistance for Jefferson County Kentucky Metro Area home buyers Kentucky Housing recognizes that down payments, closing costs and prepaids are stumbling blocks for many potential home buyers. Here are several loan programs to help. Your KHC-approved lender can help you apply for the program that meets your need. Regular DAP Purchase price up […]
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Kentucky Housing Down Payment Assistance for 2015 DAP funds for KY First Time Home Buyers

Kentucky Housing Down Payment Assistance for 2014 DAP funds for KY First Time Home Buyers

What does it take to get a mortgage today? – Half Moon Bay Review : Community

What does it take to get a mortgage today? – Half Moon Bay Review : Community. Your debt to income ratio cannot exceed 45 percent. The higher your credit score, the lower the mortgage rate. A score of 740 or above will give the best rate; a 690 will work, but you will pay between […]
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