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New Software Matches Down-Payment Assistance Programs with Properties, Buyers

The program makes it easier to find what's available based on a buyer's circumstances and the home they want. More

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Q&A About Housing With U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson Q&A About Housing With U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson

Georgia senator had a career in real estate and has pushed hard for home buyer tax credits. More

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DPA Mounts a Comback Attempt

U.S. Representative Al Green (D-TX) introduced H.R. 600 on Jan. 16, calling for the reinstatement of seller-funded down payment assistance (DPA) programs, an issue that has had prominent figures voice both support and opposition. More

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New Bill Supports Seller-funded DPA

A new bill has been filed reinstate the popular program. More

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Home Buyers Remain Fearful Despite Low Mortgage Rates

Builders say prospects who are shopping for a new home expect a steal. More

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Builders help fund Northeast Georgia Down Payment Assistance Program

Atlanta-area group sees success with local replacement for banned seller-funded programs. More

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Homebuyers and Builders Scramble to Amass Down Payments

Salespeople suggest spending plans, selling collectibles, asking relatives for help, and more. More

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Black October' For New-Home Sales

Builders say October worst month yet for sales, but worry that conditions will weaken even more in months ahead. More

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12.5 Percent of Those Living in New Homes Did Not Have Down Payment

Census asks about source and amount of down payment for first time in American Housing Survey. More

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Supporters Push Replacement for DPA

Third-party downpayment assistance programs died Oct. 1, but supports are lobbying Congress to create new programs to take their place. More

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