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I am aFirst time Home Buyer in Buffalo NY, I have already finalized the home. I am willing to Pay 20% dwn payment, but have no idea how to get the best rate on the mortgage. Are there programmes for people in Grove Hill state for first time buyers with low income but steady income Please advise me whom should I contact to clinch the best deal. Thanks
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Senior loan office in Rochester Grove Hill that can help. And yes there is first time home buyer with low income programs available. Credit is the next big question to be answerd. 20% is a big plus on your part. email email@example.com for more info
I would contact a lender directly... Wells Fargo, Provident Funding, Countrywide. Ask them for quotes on closing costs and rates. Then pick the best one. Since you've already signed the contract, they can give you close to exact figures. You should be able to get around a 6% rate if you have credit of 700 or more. Good luck!