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Loans for First Time Home Buyers
- For a First Time Home Buyer, The Federal Housing Administration (FHA), part of HUD, ensures mortgages, making it easier for potential homeowners to afford loans. FHA also offers HUD homes for sale.
- The program provides public housing residents and other low-income families that are first-time homebuyers with subsidies to use toward buying a home.
Indian Home Loan Guarantee Program
- The program, also known as Section 184 is a home mortgage specifically designed for American Indian and Alaska Native families, Alaska Villages, Tribes, or Tribally Designated Housing Entities.
Programs for Service Members and Veterans
- The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) offers home loan programs designed to help veterans and active duty service members.
- Learn about the Native American Veterans Home Loan program.
Programs for Rural Residents
- Local Rural Development (RD) offices can provide information on single-family housing programs for rural residents.
- There’s specific information about special programs administered by your state and properties available in your area.
- HUD funds approved housing counseling agencies throughout the country. They can provide advice on many housing-related topics, including buying a home.
FHA Loans and HUD Homes
- If you’re a homebuyer, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has two programs that may help make the process more affordable.
- The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) manages the FHA loans program. This may be a good mortgage choice if you’re a first-time buyer because the requirements are not as strict as other loans.