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Zero Down Loans Coming Back

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Genworth Financial stock falls on Q2, cautious outlook – Reuters

The New Threat: Sidelined Home Sellers – The Truth About Mortgage

Fed Hikes Mortgage Fee Disclosure Trigger 2% in 2011 – HousingWire

Fannie Mae: Serious Delinquencies Fall Again In May – WSJ

Times Square Bomber Shahzad’s Connecticut House to Be Sold in Foreclosure – Bloomberg

House Prices rolling over Down Under? – CalcRisk

Fannie Mortgage Portfolio Grows 6% on $19bn of Repurchases – HousingWire

Popular ‘Zero Down’ Mortgage Program Makes Comeback – WSJ

US Rep Kanjorski Sees Changes For Private Mortgage Insurers – WSJ

Florida mortgage firm settles federal charges – AP

Woman Fights Foreclosure With Cornbread – MyFox


Written by mortgagelink

July 30, 2010 at 7:13 pm

Posted in Mortgage News

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  1. It was just announced that the USDA Zero Down loan program is coming back! This program is funded through the Rural Housing Administration, and allows buyer under a certain income limit to buy Zero Down, outside of city limits.


    July 15, 2011 at 1:44 pm

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