posted on 10/2/2017
If you're thinking about getting a home loan, it is important to be educated about your options. You may be eligible to receive a VA, FHA or USDA home loan.
posted on 12/10/2015
If you are wondering if you can afford to buy a home this year, one option you may want to consider is a loan insured by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA). FHA loans allow borrowers to obtain a mortgage without a big down payment and other costs.
posted on 8/28/2015
Understanding the acronyms for any loan can be confusing. It is especially confusing when you add in a government program. Learn the FHA and VA Loan terms from A to Z here!
posted on 6/17/2015
Uncover the truth as we bust five myths about the VA and FHA loan programs and see if they are right for you!
posted on 6/10/2015
One government program that has long helped low and middle-income borrowers purchase homes is the Federal Housing Administration (FHA). Congress created this agency at the height of the Great Depression, and it officially became an agency under the US Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) in 1965. Since 1934, the FHA has insured over 34 million home loans and the program continues strong today.