USDA Loans are for non-farm homeowners in rural areas and are also for rural housing development. The rural housing loan is a federal loan program that is used to help low-income borrowers purchase homes in rural areas.
USDA loan is appropriate for individuals with low-income. This loan is perfect for people wanting to buy their own property outside of the densely populated city. The borrower doesn’t have to pay any down payment, unlike other mortgage programs.
The requirements of getting approved from USDA loan are flexible which attracts many potential borrowers. The required credit score is also lesser than many other mortgage programs.
USDA Loan Information
How USDA Loan Works
The United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Rural Housing Service guarantees loans up to 100% financing for qualified customers living in rural areas around the country.
If you don’t qualify for a conventional home loan and are considering a home purchase in a rural area, it pays to speak with a USDA Rural Home Loan expert.
PierPoint Mortgage will help you explore the many advantages of this unique type of loan.
Down Payment Options
100% financing available. No down payment required for qualified buyers!
Flexible credit and qualifying guidelines. Thin or alternate credit allowed.
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