Why Aren’t First-Time Homebuyers Using FHA?

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  • Why Aren’t First-Time Homebuyers Using FHA?
    Why Aren’t First-Time Homebuyers Using FHA?

    The Federal Housing Administration has insured more than 47.5 million properties since the program was created in 1934, making it the largest mortgage insurer in the world. With its 3.5 percent down payment and notoriously favorable lending standards, FHA mortgages have been the top choice for first-time homebuyers since […]

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