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Home buyers should take several steps to apply for first-time home buyer grants, as detailed by SF Gate: researching state programs, gathering qualifying documents, finding approved mortgage lenders and filling out forms... More »

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Obama?s first-time home buyer program is called the Home Buyer Assistance and Improvement Act of 2010, according to the New York Times. This law seeks to bolster the housing sector by providing credit assistance for firs... More »

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A first-time home buyer grant, such as the HomePath Ready Buyer program started by Fannie Mae in April 2015, is worth up to 3 percent of the home's purchase price, according to HousingWire. For example, purchasers can sa... More »

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