No Money Down Financing In Clark County

Dated: 02/16/2014

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If you qualify as either a low or middle income household, you may be eligible for a USDA Home Loan.  These loans are 30 year fixed term loans at super low interest rates, with zero money down.  If you’ve been looking for a home in the Greater Portland/Vancouver metro area, now would be the time to look into buying, and securing a USDA Home Loan.  For more information, check out a few of these links, and don't forget to look for homes in Clark County!  I've got a great list of properties in Battle Ground and Ridgefield, Clark County for you!  A few beautiful jewels are still out there, and I'm at the ready to show them to you.  Give me call if you'd like to set up a viewing, (541) 761-1188 Juliana Fitzpatrick.





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