Down payment/grants



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Answer #1

Many grant and closing cost assistance programs are specific to your area. What State and County are you in?
Your credit must be good in all scenarios. I would definitely find out your credit scores first.
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Answer #2

The first step is the credit score. If it needs work we can show you the way forward but not even a grant program will let you work with poor credit. You do need some form of downpayment, unless you were in the military. It can be a small one but you need something on every program I have seen. Let me know where you want to live also. DC has some very good programs depending on income. Hope this was helpful to get you started.

Thanks,
Brent Mendelson
bmendelson@monarchmtg.com
Monarch Mortgage
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