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‘Welcome Home’ Grant, Back Again! 2012

Posted on February 22, 2012 by tim in Buying, FHA, First Time Home Buyer, Grant Money, Home Buyer Programs, Market Update, Mortgage

Ok, so it appears that my old post from 2010 on the Welcome Home Grant is still getting the bulk of the traffic from search engines!!! – So I hope this one finds everyone just as well because like any …

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“Welcome Home Grant” Starts TODAY!

Posted on March 1, 2011 by tim in Buying, Closing Costs, FHA, First Time Home Buyer, Grant Money, Home Buyer Programs, Tax Credit

Article below is from 2011 – for a more updated approach to the 2012 Welcome Home Grant, click here to see updated details.

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Military Homebuyer Tax Credit

Posted on January 5, 2011 by tim in Buying, First Time Home Buyer, Grant Money, Home Buyer Programs, Tax Credit

Although the Homebuyer Tax Credit expired for most customers this past summer, it is still available for members of the military who have served outside the U.S. for at least 90 days between January 1, 2009 and May 1, 2010. …

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American Dream Mortgage (ADDI)

Posted on May 3, 2010 by tim in Buying, First Time Home Buyer, Grant Money, Home Buyer Programs, Mortgage

The $8,000 tax credit may be over, but there are still programs out there that can help first time homebuyers realize their dream of home ownership.…

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‘Welcome Home’ Grant is Back

Posted on February 19, 2010 by tim in Buying, FHA, First Time Home Buyer, Grant Money, Home Buyer Programs, Investor

Article below is from 2010 – for a more updated approach to the 2012 Welcome Home Grant, click here to see updated details.

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Home Grants for College Graduates

Posted on January 11, 2010 by tim in Buying, First Time Home Buyer, Grant Money
At the tail end of October '09, when we thought the last first-time home buyer tax credit was coming to a close, there was a new grant program announced in Ohio. In most cases, it went unnoticed and was overshadowed by the mad rush to close on a home by November 30th, the initial due date of the Homebuyer tax credit.

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