Currently, funding is available for the USDA Section 502 Guaranteed home loan program in New York!
This home buyers loan is one of the last no money down mortgage.
Please review some of the key points of the USDA Home Loan Program in New York:
- No down payment required
- 30 year fixed term
- Government sponsored (United States Dep't of Agriculture)
- No PMI Insurance
- Sellers can pay closing cost
- Closing cost can be financed into the loan (loan cannot exceed the appraised value)
- No mobile homes
- No major "fixer-upper" type homes
- Past, discharged bankruptcy can be accepted
If the New York USDA home loan program sounds like what you’re looking for apply now.
USDA Credit Guideline Info
Below, you will find basic highlights of USDA's credit guidelines.
Important Note: These are basic highlights…let us qualify you! DO NOT disqualify yourself based upon this information. Let us take a look at your scenario first! Plus, you can't always use the credit scores you may have, we use your real credit scores.
USDA Home Loan Income Limits
Rather than loan limits, USDA has implemented income limits. These limits are generous as they are 115% of the moderate income level for the household size of the County your buying in.
Like all home loans, your income will determine what size loan amount you can qualify for.
Click Here to use USDA's income chart. Click in income Eligibility Single Family Housing. Click on your State link, then look at the County you're buying in underneath the column that reflects your household size. Use the largest income number on the chart.
Note: Regardless of who will be on the loan, ALL household income for ALL adults must be considered.
USDA Property Eligibility
Basically, the USDA home loan program has 2 things it looks at when determining property eligibility:
(2) Physical Properties of the house.
Determining the location eligibility is simple. Just Click Here and use this tool to determine if your area is eligible. Simply click on your State, the whatever County your looking in. This will bring up a color coded map. The areas shaded in "orange" are ineligible, all other areas are O.K. It's that simple!
- Single family homes only (no multi-units homes)
- Condos/Townhomes OK
- Home must be in working order (no "fixer uppers" with mechanical issues)
- No mobile homes
- Swimming pools (Above Ground Only) can not be used to determine the value of the home
- An FHA appraisal will be used
- Basically, a standard home in working order is what's expected…this is NOT a "fixer upper" program