Free Down Payment Assistance In Portland Oregon

Dated: 11/21/2013

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Did you hear how Portland Housing Center has teamed up with Wells Fargo and Neighborhood America to offer a $15,000.00 down payment assistance program to qualified households?  Homes in the city of Portland are eligible.  The $15,000.00 is a forgivable loan.  
There will only be one opportunity to reserve funds and that event takes place Dec.13th and 14th.  Register now for the NeighborhoodLIFT Launch 
event at www.portlandhousingcenter.org/lift.
Make sure to review the website for all necessary documentation you will need to qualify for the free down payment assistance.  The downpayment is available to households earning 120% or less of the areas median income.
Hurry and register so you can be one of the lucky new homeowners!
When you are all set up with your funding, give us a call and we will help you find your special home.
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