Now is the perfect time to buy!
The California Housing Fund Platinum Program is offering:
|3 percent grant for homebuyers to use for closing costs, down payment or pre-paid loan expenses.|
|Grant does not have to be repaid, and there is no restriction in turning the home to a rental in the future|
|All other FHA guidelines apply, including 6 percent in seller-paid closing cost assistance.|
|This loan only requires buyers to contribute ½ percent toward the purchase.|
Additional program highlights:
|Primary residence, owner-occupied purchases only|
|You do NOT have to be a first-time buyer – you can even still own property elsewhere!|
|Property must be in California|
|30-year fixed-rate term|
|Condos, PUDs and single-family residences|
|Income restrictions apply|
Combined with low home prices, the CHF Platinum Program is making buying a home more affordable than ever. In fact, the Affordability Index, which measures the ability of the median income earning family to purchase an average-priced home, is near an all-time high. This means that buying a home and making a mortgage payment can cost less than paying rent!
Contact me today, today to learn more about the CHF program or any other loan program. I can help your clients get preapproved to streamline the home buying process.
To get started on viewing homes, condos, investment properties, pre-foreclosures, bank owned foreclosures (REO’s) or thinking of selling your property, please contact me today for free counseling at (619) 540-5811.
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