Before you consider buying a condo, it is important to find out if the condo has been approved by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac, if you are going to use a conventional loan. If you are using a government-insured loan from the FHA, VA, or USDA, the condo project has to be approved by their requirements.
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For additional program information visit our USDA Rural Housing Mortgage page.
We look at FHA, VA, and USDA, which are the three main government-insured loan programs, to help you pick the right program for your situation.
USDA minimum property requirements that the home will need to meet before your loan will be approved.
For people that want to not only buy a home but get a great deal on their mortgage, the USDA home loan is one of the better programs available for those who qualify.
Although some of these things may sound too good to be true, or even insane, all of the following facts about the USDA mortgage program are true.