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Looking for down payment assistance programs or 100% financing with a 600 crédit score on a home!

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The types of programs you are looking for are not around anymore.  Since the housing crash getting a home loan is hard, since these types of loans are exactly why the housing market crashed 2001-2012. You NEED to have at least 5% down, and no you can not even borrow it from a relative, they will ask for back statements to show you have been saving the money, And they will not lend to credit risk people, that means you need over 700 scores before you can even be considered.

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2007-2012

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You joined here a year ago and obviously haven't read a word.  How about doing so right away so you can get some smarts about credit?

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If you are looking for "Down payment assistance" THEN YOU CAN"T AFFORD A HOME!   

REALLY?

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