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Want to buy a house in California? What starter homes look like

For decades, the single-family home has been Southern California’s ultimate lure — a chance to live a life of sun and sand from the comfort of your very own property.Most buyers’ ticket into that life is the starter home. Something modest but not minuscule. Two bedrooms, maybe three. A picket fence in front and a yard out back for the kids and dog to play.But the starter home has changed. As home...

Bank of America launches zero down payment mortgages to help minorities buy their first homes — here’s who can apply

Morsa Images | Digitalvision | Getty ImagesTo help narrow a homeownership gap among Black and Hispanic-Latino communities, Bank of America is launching new zero down payment, zero closing cost mortgage products to help people in minority communities buy their first homes.The program — called the Community Affordable Loan Solution — will be available to certain

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Mortgage Programs for Minorities

By Kimberlee Leonard Updated August 01, 2017 Home loan lenders are prohibited from discriminating against minorities when underwriting loans. As a result, there are not a lot of programs specifically for minorities to obtain a mortgage, but there are programs to help lower-income families obtain a mortgage. Native American and Indigenous Peoples Programs The U.S.

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