Down Payment Assistance and Grants for first time home buyers in Texas.
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  We have 64 programs in Texas in our database ranging from $1,250 to $50,000 in down payment assistance and rates as low as 5.25%. The average program has approx $10,000 in available assistance. All programs have different guidelines and qualifications. Please click here to get more information from your local down payment assistance specialist.
    Here are some examples:
  2.75% interest rate on 15 year loan with no down payment required- National Program
  5.99% intereste rate with 5% down payment assistance - State Program
  $10,000 Principal reduction, 95% closing cost assistance, 1/2 of down payment paid for. City Program
  $10,000 to $14,500 based on Area Median Income Percentage % City Program
  First-time homebuyer program which provides principal reduction, down payment, and closing costs assistance up to $10,000.00. Also, may provide a grant of up to $1,500.00 for Minimum Housing Standards repairs. City Program
  $14,200 for new construction, $9,500 for resale properties, For new houses in select target areas, participants may receive up to $25,000 County Program
  100% Financing in designated rural areas, no down payment required- National Program
City Programs




 is an orginization that assists buyers with finding free down payment assistance programs and grants. We put you in touch with local Realtors in your desired area who specialize in first time home buyers. Our agents can advise and help you with the various down payment assistance programs available. Most first time home buyers don't realize they may qualify for reduced interest rates and thousands of dollars in FREE money or grants to help them with obtaining the American Dream.

Top 5 First Time Home Buyer Questions Answered


1. What will a lender look at when I apply for a mortgage?
2. What does it mean to get pre-approved?
3. What if I have had credit problems?
4. What is the minimum down payment I can make on a home?
5. What down payment assistance is available?

1. What will a lender look at when I apply for a mortgage?
    Lenders consider many factors in evaluating your loan application, but they usually focus on four areas:
    Income and debt. How much money you make and what other bills you have to pay helps the lender determine whether you can afford to make mortgage payments.
    Assets. The lender needs to make sure you have enough money to cover the costs of buying a home.
    Credit. Whether you have met other financial obligations helps the lender predict whether you will repay your mortgage.
    Property. The home you want to buy has to be worth enough to act as collateral for the mortgage.
2. What does it mean to get pre-approved?
    Getting pre-approved means you receive a loan commitment from your mortgage company before you have found a home, based on a review of your credit and finances. Having your credit pre-approved shows sellers that you are a qualified buyer and helps you establish a clear price range. The process is the same as a typical mortgage application, except that your application does not include property information.
3. What if I have had credit problems?
    Your credit history is only one factor in qualifying for a loan, and having made some late payments doesn't have to keep you from buying a home. Someone who has consistently made payments on time in the past may have more financing options than someone who has not, but that doesn't mean a mortgage is off-limits if you've had credit problems. We may be able to recommend a variety of mortgage options to help people with less-than-perfect credit become homeowners and leave credit challenges behind. Most buyers need at least a 620 FICO score to qualify for federal downpayment assistance.
4. What is the minimum down payment I can make on a home?
    There is generally no minimum down payment required for buying a home. Many first-time buyers believe they must be able to put down as much as 20% of a home's purchase price in cash. That may have been true in the past, but many of the mortgage options available to today's home-buyers require little or no down payment. With housing prices as high as they are in some areas, homeownership would be impossible for many people if not for these low-down-payment options.
5. What down payment assistance is available?
    There are down payment programs available for all types of buyers. If there is not an available program in your area, there is a nationwide program that you might qualify for. Contact us for more details.