Happy New Year!!!
Here in Nebraska, we are blessed to have loans just for Nebraskans, like some of the “100% financing” home loans that do not require the “perfect credit score” available through the Rural Development United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
If you are paying rent, you may be paying more than you would if you owned your home, as Housing Specialist Olander at the USDA says here in this article:
Housing Specialist Teresa Olander in the Norfolk Area office said that applicants may actually be able to pay a total monthly house payment, including taxes and insurance, for less than what they are currently paying for rent. For more, click on this link: http://www.hpj.com/archives/2010/mar10/mar22/0316NebRuralDevelopmentHome.cfm
For more about USDA Rural Development loans, go here or if you would rather go to someone locally, call me and I give you the contact information of our representative:
Regardless, whether you are buying or selling, just facebook, text, email or call me and I can help.
“A few days ago, 160 acres in York County sold for $16,900 an acre, or about $2.7 million.”
Fiscal cliff involves long fall for farmers on estate tax : Business.