Buy a Home in Ridgefield Wa zero down

Dated: June 15 2013

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 Did you know you can still buy a home in Ridgefield, Wa with zero down? The USDA Home Loan Program is available to low income borrowers who qualify. They must make 50% or less of their areas medium income.


 The purpose of the program is to help people who may not qualify for any other loan program due to not enough income and no down payment.   USDA will even subsidize the loan in certain instances.   The program is also designed to support our rural communities.  It is available in many rural areas of Washington including other Clark County cities. 


 There are maximum income limits which are set by area and family size, but if you qualify, this is a fantastic way to buy a Home in Ridgefield, Wa with zero down. 


 Visit   Here you can look up to see if you meet the guidelines and if the home you are interested in qualifies.





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