Latest Maryland First Time Home Buyer Programs

Dated: 05/17/2013

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Check out the latest first time home buyer programs in Maryland, you may be able to move into a house for practically no money down.

Right now is an amazing time to be buying a home, especially for a first time home buyer in Maryland. Interest rates are low, are there various different programs and grants available to get you into the home of your dreams.

You may qualify for up to $6,000 in closing cost assistance by using a CDA loan from Maryland, there are very lenient requirements and many people qualify for some sort of assistance, as well as a potentially reduced interest rate. Only a few select lenders are qualified to issue loans of this type, so Contact Us for a list!
For those of you looking for a Conventional Loan, check out what CDA is offering on their loans with this link.
If you are first time Maryland home buyer, and are interested in finding out how to get into a home with little to no money down, and FHA loan might be the right place to look. Click here for FHA's programs.
Of course, navigating through all these programs and loan types can be an unwieldy process. That's why here at The Newman Group of Keller Williams, we stay on top of all the newest programs and grants available to first time home buyers. 

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