USDA loans are home loans for relatively low-income borrowers who wish to purchase a home in a rural area. Unlike most mortgages, no down payment is required. More »

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The USDA SuperTracker tool is a state-of-the-art diet and physical activity tracking tool. It is designed to assist individuals as they make lifestyle changes to reduce the risk of contracting chronic diseases and mainta... More »

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USDA stands for the United States Department of Agriculture. The USDA is a federal executive department that was formed in 1862. It serves to develop and promote polices that help Americans working in the farming or ranc... More »

To qualify for a loan at First Convenience Bank, applicants must be current customers or reside within the bank’s geographic area and pass a credit check, explains First Community Bancshares, Inc. Secured loans require b... More »

The guidelines for getting a USDA home loan vary by program, according to the USDA website. As with all loans offered by the USDA, households must meet specific income requirements, and the home being purchased must be i... More »

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Applicants for U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development home loans must meet income guidelines and use the home as their primary residence, states the USDA. The property must meet program requirements, and applic... More »

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FHA rules stipulate that a borrower must wait two years after a Chapter 7 bankruptcy before getting another home loan, but the FHA Back to Work – Extenuating Circumstances Program allows some borrowers to receive loans o... More »

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