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USDA Home Loans

USDA Home Loans

Location is everything. Purchasing a home in a rural area may mean you qualify for a mortgage loan backed by the USDA Rural Development program. 

Loans for Rural Areas
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) provides fully-financed mortgage loans to eligible borrowers in specified rural areas¹. Designed to help home buyers with low-to-moderate income levels, USDA mortgage loans are guaranteed against loss by the federal government and offer many benefits to borrowers who might otherwise have difficulty obtaining a home loan. 

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¹ To be eligible for the USDA home loan, you must be purchasing a property in a rural area (as defined by the USDA) and you must meet regional income restriction