February 23, 2018

Federal Funding Released In January for First Time Buyer Programs in Contra Costa Bay Area

Popular Financing Programs in Contra Costa Bay Area Real Estate.

Presented by Jason Wheeler

If you are thinking about a purchase a new home you should know that the Federal Tax Credit of $8,000 to first time home buyers is due to expire in April of 2010. Get crackin and buy something! When was the last time in history you could buy a home at these prices get a loan under 5% and have the government pay you $8,000 to do it? These are truly unique times we are in.

Did you know that Contra Costa County is releasing 6 Billion dollars this month for the Mortgage Credit Certificate Program? This is s huge opportunity for your borrowers to take advantage of a little known government program that can save thousands each year!

Check out the newest and hottest loan programs and let me know if you would like to see if you fit into any of them. We were locking rates in this week at around 4.75% on a 30 Year Fixed with no points this week!

Hot Loan Programs at a Snapshot

You can look at weekly rate trends Here.

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About Jason Wheeler - Real Estate & Lending

Jason Wheeler has been a top producing consultant in real estate and finance since 2003. Originating, conventional, government, portfolio and hard money loans throughout California for one of the top mortgage companies in the nation. Jason works directly with homeowners and purchases homes throughout the Bay Area with the purpose of adding value to older outdated homes. IF YOU LIKE OUR CONTENT GO VIP HERE

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