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I am a homeonwer who wants to apply for local, state and federal grant funding to make land purchases. Ideas?

I want to buy land next to my property which totals approx. 7acres. I want to renovate my current home which is 30 years old. My home is in need of major repair. My credit is not the best and I would perfer to apply for monies for this need without going into further debt. What type of grants should I apply for, the max amount for each, were to locate these grants, how long the wait for answer, what forms are needed to speed the process, and what web site can best locate these funds. I have a family of five and home and landscape are in major repair. I live in Emporia, Va. Anyone with knowledge please help me find the right direction concerning this matter. I have a job, but no credit nor saving to help me fix this problem. What can I do? Thank you.

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Using a USDA Loan? Know the Funding Fee!


www.firsttimehomebuyerclassroom.com The USDA funding fee is required by law. The fee, currently 2% on no down payment loans for a first-time use, is intended to enable the borrower who obtains a USDA home loan to contribute toward the cost of this benefit.

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CAMBRIDGE CREDIT AWARDED HUD FUNDING TO HELP UNEMPLOYED HOMEOWNERS AVOID FORECLOSURE

CAMBRIDGE CREDIT AWARDED HUD FUNDING TO HELP UNEMPLOYED HOMEOWNERS AVOID FORECLOSURE
Cambridge Credit Counseling Corporation, a professional housing and credit counseling agency based in Agawam, Massachusetts, has been awarded funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to help Commonwealth residents avoid foreclosure. The Emergency Homeowners Loan Program EHLP is designed to help ease the current housing crisis, in which more than 6.3 million homeowners…

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CDPE – Charfen’s Blog: Treasury Commits to Unlimited GSE Funding


Alex discusses the recent US Treasury report that pledges new aid to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Announced December 24th, the Treasury plans to exceed the $400 billion-dollar cap in government aid, while Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s serious delinquencies now exceed 5 percent.

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