You may be eligible for a no-down-payment loan through the USDA home-loan program if you meet income guidelines and buy in a designated rural area.
USDA home loans, sometimes called rural development loans, are government-insured mortgages that help buyers purchase a home with no down payment. Buyers may finance their closing costs into their loan or receive seller assistance for minimal out-of-pocket costs. USDA mortgages usually have very low fixed-interest rates.
The USDA home loan program was created in 1991 to improve homeownership rates in rural areas, although not all areas covered by the loan are necessarily rural. The program allows for purchases, refinances, renovations and repairs.
You must meet the following requirements to be eligible for a USDA mortgage:
You may choose one of two types of USDA home loans: a direct loan or a guaranteed loan. Direct loans are made by the USDA to low-income borrowers whose household income is less than 80 percent of the median income in the region. Guaranteed loans are made by a bank and offer a broader income range.
You can review household income limits here.
Mortgage Investors Group, based in Tennessee, offers residential financing in a number of states in the southeast, See MIG Service Areas. Terms and conditions to apply to home financing. We want to share with you the loan terms vary based on several characteristics and your financial profile. These include but are not limited to loan program, loan purpose, occupancy, credit history, credit score, assets, and other criteria per loan type. The repayment terms and interest rate may vary from time to time. The terms represented here are based on certain assumptions outlined below and/or noted on the loan outline page. Additional details concerning privacy, program disclosures, licensing specifics may be found at migonline.com Legal Information.MIG Loan Officers will help gather the information needed for an individual assessment to provide home financing which matches the loan characteristics with your home financing needs based on your financial profile, when you are ready to begin a full loan application. For estimates and general information before that step, the basis for which the mortgage financing information are as follows:
An MIG Loan Officer is available to help with your financial details to determine which characteristics apply to your situation for a personalized look into which loan program best fits your home financing needs. Please use the Find a Loan Officer link or reach out to Mortgage Investors Group at 800-489-8910. Equal Housing Lender 1.2020