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How to Overcome the Biggest Obstacle to Home Ownership

Raising enough cash for a down payment is often the biggest hurdle for homebuyers.   According to some estimates, it can take up to 15 years for people to save towards the purchase of a home, especially with conventional mortgages, which require anywhere between 5 to 20 percent down. If you’re trying to buy a $400,000 house, that could equate to $80,000 in cash you...

High Rent Pushing More Millennials to Consider Buying

Millennials. Many were raised during the housing crisis and the recession. Their childhood experiences in a down market has shaped their outlook on home ownership. At least, that was the prevailing belief. A few years ago, it looked as though the millennial generation was rather uninterested in buying a home. In 2013, NAR was releasing reports showing a gradual, year-to-year, conspicuous...

87% Qualify for Down Payment Help

More than 68 million single-family and condo households, about 87 percent, would qualify for down payment assistance available in the county where they are located. That's why CAR, in partnership with Down Payment Resource, has made available a portal through which both members and prospective homeowners can research their eligibility for various down payment assistance program based on property information, household...

CHFA Offering Grants for Down Payment Assistance

Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA) announced this week that it is now offering its down payment assistance for homebuyers in the form of a non-repayable grant. The program will provide qualified borrowers with down payment and closing-cost assistance for up to 5 percent of the purchase price of a home.With Colorado home prices having increased by six percent in 2014...